As I’ve pointed out in previous posts, the bulk of the evidence suggests that when it comes to carbohydrates, it’s the quality of food that matters a lot more than the quantity of macronutrients—at least for most people. Here’s why. Chris Kresser L.Ac   Carbohydrates: Why quality trumps quantity on NOVEMBER 22, 2016 by CHRIS KRESSER 125 comments Facebook2.2kTweetPin52Google+ Do…

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Except for Chipotle & Panera Bread. In the US, animals raised in confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) are routinely fed low doses of antibiotics to make them grow fatter, faster, and to prevent disease associated with crowded and unsanitary living conditions. Consumers pay for cheap meat on the back end, via exorbitant health care costs…

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The initial indicator of almost every illness is inflammation of our cells. Therefore it is critical for us to get a better understanding of what causes inflammation and choose the right foods to prevent it from happening. Inflammation is usually associated with pain, swelling, and heat. BUT it doesn’t always show externally; “silent inflammation” is…

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It turns out that the changes in the expression of our DNA that will favor either health or disease are, to significant degree, under our direct control. Sylvia Wormley Food Choices Change Our Gene Expression Without a doubt one of the most important decisions we make on a daily basis is what we choose to…

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Eat only grass fed ground beef especially when eating out…a new Consumer Report study warns ALL store-bought ground beef contains fecal bacteria, and factory farmed beef often contains dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria as well. Sylvia Wormley Conventional Ground Beef Is Three Times More Likely to Contain Antibiotic-Resistant Fecal Bacteria Than Grass-Fed Beef By Dr. Mercola Factory…

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Want to know how much you really need of a vitamin, mineral, or amino acids…it’s so different for each person based on their genetics…the new Molecular Medicine Sylvia Wormley Understanding molecular medicine requires understanding how the molecules of the human body interact, and how their activities can be changed by nutrient supplementation. ~ Dr. Richard…

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We can be nice to our microbiota and eat more fruits and vegetables, fermented foods, and avoid antibiotics and diet drinks. We might actually be leaner, healthier, and happier—perhaps even less cranky and dysfunctional….remember if you are eating CAFO meats (not grass fed) you are eating lots of antibiotics given to healthy cows to make…

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