Building a Healthy Body thru FOODS
Over 15 years ago, several co-workers lost huges amount of weight. Atkins. Where I asked how it worked, they could not explain. Just eat meats. Which explained the rotissery chicken that sat on the asst managers desk everyday. Having given up on dieting 20 years earlier as every one I tried failed, and I was a failure too because I couldnt stick with any of the ones my mother tried.... I hunted down a copy of DANDR.
I approached this book with distain for another diet. But at the halfway point, my expectations had doen a 180. I wasnt fat because I couldnt control my eating. Being FAT was not a feminist issue. I was fat because my body was messed up. So started the first diet that gave me sucess.
Along the way a chicken named Arielle was in need of a home. She was a delight. And opened the door to better quality eggs, including feeding more greens for higher omega 3 in her eggs.
This last year, found many fermented products to support our GI.
Most recent was a search for benefits of K2, which lead to a phytates and lectins.
All these baby steps have arrived at looking at diet for better overall health, and how to help the body fix itself.
Having ONE location to put resources to share seems the thing to do.
dr gunthry first interview by dr mercola THE PLANT PARADOX
Dr gunthey interviewed by Dr Mercola--overview of his program , #2
dr guthery on prepping beans and nightshades using a pressure cooker
dr guthery swapping out old favorites for something new without lectins
dr gutherys alternative condiments
how to avoid A1 milk products
A great list of lectin free vegetables
dr guthry on prebiotics
dr G on leaky guts and how to prevent, list of prebiotics from grocery
johnbergman on leaky gut, the funny man
dr berg on leaky gut--vit C deficiency
how to get well and stay well, with stephen francis
longevity christiane horner
skin diseases and aging
How Nutrition Can Shape Gut Microbiota - Alessio Fasano
eating for estrogen
eating for progesterone
theraputic fasting w/ dr fung
how to avoid a heart attack
dr noakes in reykiabick interview
Heart Stents, Cholesterol and Statin Smoking Guns? Dr. Aseem Malhotra at #BACPR2017
fred brewwwer md prevention doctor on k2 practiseds preventative medicine
balancing d3 and K2
dr talks about arterial plaques and removal
dec artery age
mitochondria aging HIIT
This doctor is funny, full of irony, and definitely pokes fun at the current medical system and the doctors caught up in there methodology of patching the health problems rather than treat the underlying issues that are CAUSING the problem.
The presentation is extreme and will be hard to swallow for some viewers. ANd I would have been one to scoff at this entire presentation just a few years ago. But these last few years using my BS in ANimal Science, and lots of classes in nutrition, and meeting too many highly educated specialist, I am in totaly agreement with his take on the situation.
Eating low carb, most grain products have left my plate. Except for items like chia seeds, flax, and glutin. In an effort to reduce the infalammtion in my body to dump the extra water weight..... it led me here: The long and short is that we have forgotton the old ways to prepare foods to eat.
Wow, That exert says everything I have been thinking but never read anywhere!
Here is a another lectin essay, that looks at blood type as the driver for which lectins to avoid. In the past I would have said, " NONSENSE" . Now??? Worth looking at and trying to understand before tossing the idea out.
( the chart did not translate, please see chart in link above)
Don't forget about negative blood types. How does that effect things, I wonder?
I wondered that too !! Realizing I dont kow enough about blood types.
Mine is rare--terrible as a whole blood donor, so I quit doing that. I have given plasma as Im a universal donor, but it takes a whole morning. The whole blood is released from one arm, run thru a filter machine and returned to the other arm. Two hours attached to machine for less than a pint. Only day appointments m-f, And no evening hours. Must go to big city. Havent gone for years-- only 3-4 visits. Wish I could get paid for my donations....... then I could go almost every week and be worth it.
Here is the info from that site.
Two in my family are negative. They really should wear a bracelet just in case they ever need a transfusion or just additional blood. I think my type is rare also as O is the most common.
they test before giving blood.
I know that they should test first but in an emergency situation and the way the medical field has passed duties to people much less trained than they use to be, you just never know.
I remember reading once about soldiers in the battlefield receiving the wrong blood and dying from that.
It is easy enough to carry a card with blood type-- I used to carry one, from the years of donating blood.
Don't need to go to battle field conditions to find medical errors. .... sadly.
Here is a little nugget--funny how I have already been working in this direction: take ACV at meals, and how to cook meats more rare. More like cut meats finely and quickly saute.
But this has me thinking, how to ferment meats. I grew up with pickled fish--sil, maybe there is something to this. ( One of the guys Dr. bergman talks about the down side of overcooked meats.)
and back to lectins, ROFL......
A little blurb on A B O blood types. Now I understand why I am universal donor, of plasma.
And distibution of the alleles thruout the world. Very interesting.
Found it!!! Flax has NO lectins
jicama ----cook or fresh,
Dr berg's details of CHiA seeds. Many many beneficials. The one sort of error is , yes , chia have omega 3 but we dont have the ability to convert from ALA to the more important ones.
This is an important view of some of the negatives or cautions regarding chia.
Another take on chia preparations.
Still looking for the foods that will help convert the ALA.
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