The BEST diet in my opinion is what is called today the "flexitarian" diet. It's how I've always eaten, and now they call it a "special diet". It plain common sense. Eat mostly fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains. Focus on more protein from plants instead of animal protein. Try to stay flexible and incorporate some (but not much) meat and animal products from time to time. Eat the least processed, most natural forms of foods. Try and stay AWAY from junk foods. Limit added sugar and sweets, raw honey and sugars like xylitol are fine in moderation.
There are lots of people who are talk to me regularly about their food allergies and intolerances, and a lot of people kind of get confused and think that all food reactions are allergies, when in fact, many reactions are...Read More
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There are many foods you know you shouldn't eat, but here are 5 foods to avoid you may be eating right now. Some may come as a surprise, others won't.Read More