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Fiber foods

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Fiber foods

In addition to eating the wrong types of foods, we often eat them in improper combinations that lead to checked elimination.One of the chief tools of prevention commonly missing from the SAD diet to remedy these potential ailments is fiber. Foods. The World Health Organization recommends an upper limit of 40 grams of dietary fiber daily. This is twice the daily average intake in the United States. Fiber is the indigestible portion found only in plant-based foods. The bowel’s inability to digest fiber is what gives its utility in cleansing the digestive tract like a sweeping broom. Fiber also slows the release and absorption of sugars, helping to regulate our blood sugar for management and prevention of diabetesYou have soluble fiber, which turns into a viscous gel in the stomach. This gel binds to fats to aid in the reduction of cholesterol, lowering the risk for heart disease. Foods. Soluble fiber is also a major key to maintaining a healthy weight by giving the feeling of satiation without the addition of calories. It’s often referred to as pectin, gums, or mucilage on labels. Great sources of soluble fiber can be found in fruits, vegetables, beans, lentils, and peas. In contrast, insoluble fiber does not dissolve during digestion. It passes through the bowels in its original form, much like a sponge absorbing water and cleansing the bowels. Foods. 

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Fruits, Vegetables in the Field of Nutrition

Foods. It can be found in the skins and peels of many fruits and vegetables, seeds, nuts, and sprouted grains. Insoluble fiber also aids in weight loss, promotes regular bowel movements, and prevents many of the bowel-related health maladies such as hemorrhoids and diverticulitis. Insoluble fiber is often referred to as cellulose or lignin. Most fruits and vegetables contain both types of fibers in various combinations.  Cereals, grains, and bran muffins are commonly suggested as dietary fiber; however, recent studies are proving that this may be yet another false narrative in the field of nutrition. It’s important to note that despite the USDA’s recommendation, there is no human requirement for grains. All of the nutrients and fiber in grains can be easily obtained from eating fruits and vegetables. Most people now know that any refined grain is unhealthy for your digestive system. The refining process removes the fiber-rich bran outer layer and nutrient-rich germ core that contains all of the antioxidants, vitamins, and healthy fats. Foods. This leaves behind only the high-calorie carbohydrate-rich endosperm, which without its partner in crime (fiber), leads to rapid spikes in blood sugar when ingested. Many of today’s grains such as wheat, rye, barley, and spelt contain gluten, a protein to which many people are sensitive. Foods. 

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Autoimmune Diseases and Celiac Disease

Foods. It is often suggested that people with celiac disease and serious autoimmune diseases avoid gluten because of allergenic nature; however, most people actually are sensitive to gluten, but their symptoms are less severe and may include bloating, indigestion, gas, and cramping. Wheat, in particular, is especially high in FODMAPS, a type of carbohydrate that produces gastric distress. Even in the case where grains are gluten-free, many unrefined organic grains will still contain anti-nutrients like phytic acid, gliadins, and lectins, which interfere with digestion and the absorption of nutrients. Foods. These anti-nutrients increase the permeability of the bowels and lead to leaky gut syndrome. This condition produces bloating, abdominal cramping, flatulence, fatigue, skin rashes, joint pain, new allergies, psychological conditions, and autoimmune diseases. Foods. Oddly enough, many of these anti-nutrients can be found in the fiber-rich bran portion of the grains that is so often recommended. In some cases, these anti-nutrients can be counterbalanced via preparation methods such as soaking them in water the night prior, sprouting grains, and fermentation. It’s my recommendation that you eat vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds as your primary sources of dietary fiber. Foods. Chia seed, flaxseeds, almonds, Brussels sprouts, onions, root vegetables, and  berries are just a shortlist of the many options you have to choose from. Foods. 

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Combination of Nutrition

Foods. Notice that all my recommendations are fiber within whole foods. You cannot simply sprinkle synthetic Metamucil or Polyethylene glycol in a cup or in food to replace what nature so perfectly designed into the fabric of plant-based foods. Foods. They will not have the same medicinal effect on the gut. Whole foods are a perfect combination of nutrition and fiber to cleanse the bowels, which creates a tremendous amount of health. In populations all around the world, it has been demonstrated that those who eat a diet high in plant-based fiber live longer and maintain leaner body masses with a higher quality of life years. Fiber is also an essential nutrient for creating a balanced and healthy intestinal microbiome. Foods. A plant-based soluble fiber called inulin acts as a nourishing prebiotic to healthy microflora. Despite being a soluble fiber, inulin is able to avoid the breakdown from acid in the stomach and small intestines, allowing it to be viable for downstream microflora in the colon. In addition to promoting the growth of ‘good’ bacteria, inulin also leads to increased calcium absorption and boosts immunity. Foods. You can include inulin in your diet by eating onions, leeks, asparagus, dandelion, Jerusalem artichokes, burdock root, and chicory root to create a microbiome utopia flourishing with happy bacteria. Foods.

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100 trillion bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa

Foods. Your digestive ecosystem is comprised of over 100 trillion bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa. There are over 500 species and three pounds of bacteria in your gut. If we were to examine cells in your body, we would find that only 10% of the cells we observed would be actually human cells; the rest are microorganisms or bacteria. So you can easily imagine how crucial it is to maintain the delicate balance between what is often referred to as ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria.  Disease is initiated when this balance becomes tilted in favor of the ‘bad’ microflora like yeasts, parasites, and bacteria, or if there is a deficiency in the ‘good’ guys like lactobacillus orbifidobacteria. Fiber is the perfect solution for intestinal cleansing and hydration in the form of insoluble fiber, and soluble fiber provides fuel through a process of fermentation initiated by ‘good’ bacteria. Foods. A high-fiber diet creates a much more diverse microbiome, whereas a low-fiber diet laden with high caloric nutrient deficient foods promotes the growth of inflammatory bacteria and weight gain. The Scourge of Antibiotics. Foods. One of the most destructive forces to the delicate balance in our gut is prescription antibiotics. Antibiotics non-selectively kill all types of gut bacteria, causing a negative imbalance in the intestinal flora. The overuse of these drugs leads to antibiotic resistance, which is becoming an emerging issue in healthcare. Foods.

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Foods. Probiotics

 Numerous studies have shown that concomitant use of antibiotics with probiotics during therapy and continued after the therapy helps to reestablish the microbiome. Yogurt is commonly recommended as a probiotic supplement. Yogurt, however, is a sugary junk food that does more damage than good. Foods. Most contain upwards of 30 grams of sugar per container, and the amount of actual probiotic is sub-therapeutic. The only milk product that provides intestinal health for humans is breast milk. It has been proven scientifically that the protective effects of the mother’s own immunity can be passed on to the child via breastfeeding. Foods. The most prudent source of probiotics will always be plant-based foods but if supplementation is necessary, then use a natural soil-based probiotic that has concentrations in the magnitude of 50 billion CFUs per serving. Foods. Another tool to put in your arsenal to create great digestive health is properly combining your foods. Proper food combining was introduced by Dr. John Tilden and Dr. William Hay, and then continued by Dr. Herbert Shelton, all working under the premise that improper food combinations produced an acidic environment as a result of failed digestion and metabolism of these foods. This is what ultimately leads to constipation, depleted alkaline reserves, and toxic accumulation, which sets the stage for disease. Foods.

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Cannot be used for nourishment

Foods. These improper combinations present themselves as flatulence, nausea, acid reflux, gas, constipation, and even malnutrition. Starches are a form of carbohydrate that requires an alkaline medium for digestion, contrary to proteins. Proteins like steak, for instance, will require an acidic medium.  This is why combining proteins with starches (steak and potatoes) during meals will cause the pH in the stomach to become neutralized, severely compromising the digestion of that meal. Foods. Once the acid-base ratio is compromised, the stomach, in an attempt to liquefy the meal, will overcompensate by secreting more hydrochloric acid and more pepsin, often leading to acid reflux and heartburn conditions. This prolongs the digestion time from what would typically be three hours to up to 13 hours in the stomach. In the Small Intestine. Foods. The food then moves into the small intestine undigested, and hence not conducive to absorption. Any foods that go undigested cannot be used for nourishment, and thus will begin to putrefy and ferment, releasing toxins into the tissue. Hence the nourishment we receive from food is not dependent on what we consume, more so than how efficient we can digest and assimilate those foods. 

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Proteins and Starches

Foods. If the enzyme pepsin is neutralized by the presence of starches, it will fail to reduce protein foods into peptones in the stomach, and erepsin will fail to further reduce the peptones into their absorbable component amino acids. Foods. For this reason, proteins and starches (whether plant- or animal-based) should never be consumed during the same meal. I highly recommend eating starches very sparingly because of the acidic nature of these foods. You should wait two hours to consume any proteins after eating a starch or three hours to eat any starches post eating proteins. When properly digested, carbohydrates like fruits are reduced down to simple sugars that are quicklyconverted into energy and used as nutrients. Foods. However, when carbohydrates are improperly digested, they will putrefy and ferment, leading to the production of carbon dioxide, lactic acid, acetic acid, and alcohol. These compounds create an acidic environment that sets the stage for disease. For this reason, fruits should be eaten under a totally separate guideline. Foods. They spend a minimal time in the stomach, where they are only mechanically broken down then quickly passed into the small intestines where they are then chemically digested. Because of this quick and efficient process, fruits should be consumed alone on an empty stomach, or thirty minutes before eating any other foods. Foods.

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Recommendation for Health

Foods. Melons specifically should be consumed separately from all foods, including other fruits. Fruit vegetables such as avocados and tomatoes are fine to eat with green vegetables, despite being labeled as fruits.  In addition to stomach gastric juices for digestion, we also produce the enzyme lipase, which catalyzes the breakdown of fats into fatty acids, and the proteolytic enzyme rennin, which curdles or coagulates milk in the stomach. Once a child has a full set of teeth, the enzyme renin is typically totally diminished, and there is no nutritional need for milk at this point. As I mentioned in a previous chapter, dairy products are the equivalent of Elmer’s glue for the digestive tract and lead to many of the allergic symptoms we experience; so it is my recommendation that you avoid all forms of dairy. Following these few simple principles can create a tremendous boost to your health. As you can see, eating the most nutritious foods but failing to eat them properly can lead to nutritional deficiencies and toxic accumulation. Eating foods in proper combinations or mono meals is an excellent way to work with your gastrointestinal system instead of against it. Therapeutic Fasting. My final recommendation that can be used for digestive restoration is therapeutic fasting. 

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Fiber Foods. Sugar

 For thousands of years, this ancient practice has been used to rejuvenate, heal, and cure the body. Inscribed on a pyramid wall in Egypt almost 6,000 years ago is the quote, “Man lives on one-quarter of what he eats. On the other three-quarters lives his doctor.” Ancient knowledge seems to stand the test of time, as America has become the most obese nation in the history of man. The Western diet, which is no longer exclusive to America, is on its way to invading even the most rural countries around the world, creating an obsession for calorie-rich, nutrient-poor fast foods. The Western diet is a protein heavy, chemical laden, sugar intensive, refined carbohydrate recipe for creating herds of overfed and malnourished ticking time bombs. Foods. A National Health survey found that 60% of adults and 30% of all children in America are either overweight or obese. America is just a microcosm of what is to come to those countries adopting the ‘eat to die’ lifestyle in all parts of the world. Foods. At its foundation, the typical Western diet or SAD diet is about 60−70% processed foods, which means 70% of what Americans consume is laced with chemical additives, preservatives, synthetic sugars, and many other uninvited biochemical terrorists.  In addition, most of the nutrients in these foods are refined out through the process of food manufacturing.

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Muscle and Brain

Foods. There is no section of the traditional supermarket that does not have food laced with chemicals. The aisles are stacked high with pseudo-foods poisoned with fillers, additives, food dyes, flavorings, stabilizers, and preservatives. Even much of the produce is riddled with harmful pesticides and chemicals. As the liver and kidneys become so over saturated with eliminating these chemicals, in an attempt to preserve the integrity of the blood, these toxins are stored in the tissues. Foods. When we eat processed and fast foods, we lose our ability to feel satiated, so we just keep eating. This is a cue that our taste buds and the sensation of hunger have been hijacked. The perfect response is to stop eating and allow the body to re calibrate. Now I understand that the thought of missing even a single meal brings a certain amount of anxiety, but I can assure you that once you begin to abstain from food, you will begin to heal. Fasting while consuming liters of natural spring water acts as a hot shower to cleanse the tissues on a deep cellular level. Foods. In a satiated state, the body uses primarily glucose and fat extracted from foods as its primary energy sources. The pancreas releases insulin into the blood to facilitate the passage of glucose into both the muscle and brain tissues to be used as energy.  Any excess glucose will be transported to, and then stored in, the liver as glycogen. Foods.

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The Healing Crisis

Foods. Twenty-four hours after initiating a water fast, these glycogen stores will be depleted. All the energy that is normally required for digestion is then diverted from manufacturing and secreting digestive enzymes, production of stomach acid and bile, the physical breakdown of food, water sequestered into the intestines, the peristalsis of the intestinal wall, and many other processes. Foods. All of this unused energy now will be diverted towards healing and restoration. As a result of an evolutionary adaptation during times of famine, our bodies are designed to fast. Fasting to heal is an organic process and can be witnessed in the wild or with domestic pets when they are ill. Most dogs will refuse to eat and go into a state of dormant activity when they are sick or injured. Foods. When most people fast, they often quit before they obtain any actual therapeutic benefits because they feel as if their body is having a negative reaction to not having food. What we often view as the body’s adverse reaction to fasting is actually a healing crisis taking place. A healing crisis, also known as a Herxheimer Reaction, occurs during a fast when the body attempts to eliminate toxins more rapidly than the elimination channels can remove them. Foods.

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Immune response and fever

Foods. These reactions occur as a result of the rapid detox of cells that release toxins, dead pathogenic organisms as a result of increased immune response and fever (high body temperatures help to kill pathogens), and endotoxins released from those microbes into the bloodstream that produce headaches, dizziness, fatigue, fever, nausea, and temporary infections. Foods. During the first 24 to 48 hours of the fast, your body metabolizes glucose circulating in the blood and stored in the liver and muscle tissues as glycogen. These glycogen stores are depleted after the first 24 hours; however, the liver synthesizes new glucose from amino acids to maintain a normal blood glucose level during fasting. So the detoxification at the cellular level does not actually begin until the blood sugars are fully metabolized 72 hours into the fast. My First Water Fast, Day by Day. In my own personal journey, days 1 and 2 were simply uncomfortable, and to be honest, it just felt foreign not placing solid food in my mouth. We’re so used to having food part of our social construct that removing it puts us in an uncomfortable space. But it’s only when we enter these uncomfortable spaces in life that we allow ourselves to break routine and stretch our limits beyond our comfortable self-imposed barriers. Day 3 of my first fast felt like I was confronting every myth I had learned about food and healing. Foods.

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Harmful hormones that cultivate disease

Foods. Fatigue set in that made normal activity appear rigorous, and migraine ensued from all of the ingested toxins that were now circulating in my blood. I started to experience nausea from the layers of gunk becoming un-plastered from the lining of my stomach and now was stewing around in my stomach, and then a little dizziness from all of the above as my brain attempted to maintain its homeostasis in an acutely polluted environment. Yes, Day 3 for me definitely was rough, but I’ve also witnessed others experience none of these symptoms, so each experience will be patient specific. But at the time, I was certain I was approaching starvation. My cravings for sugar and salt seemed to scream at me minute by the minute. These were all withdrawal symptoms unrecognizable to me because I had never associated food with addiction. The entire experience at that point was new territory for me. Between days 3 and 4, low insulin levels stimulate your body to switch to burning stored fats as the primary fuel. Fat, especially visceral or omentum fat (‘belly fat’), acts as an organ of its own, retaining many of the toxins we ingest and releasing harmful hormones that cultivate disease.  This, along with many other factors, can prolong healing, depending on the amount of fat and chemicals specific to the patient. Foods.

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Energetic at the gym

Foods. The stored form of fat is known as triglycerides and consists of a glycerol backbone and three fatty acid chains. Both the glycerol backbone and the fatty acid chains can be used directly and indirectly as energy in a variety of tissues, with the exception of the brain. However, fatty acids can be converted into what is known as ketone bodies in the liver, which are capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier to be used as energy. The release of ketones into the blood circulation suppresses appetite, which is a blessing from the heavens if you’re fasting. This is why by days 4 and 5, my body seemed to go into fasting cruise control. I began to experience an increase in energy, lightness, and an overall feeling of well-being that I probably haven’t experienced since I was a teenager.  You will probably find it even more difficult to believe that despite having periodic cravings, which most likely could be attributed to pathogens like yeast remaining in the body, you most likely will not actually feel hungry at this point. My first water fast lasted twenty-one amazing days. I lost 17 pounds and gained a tremendous amount of health in the process. Foods. The aches and pains in my lower back and joints went away, my belly bulge disappeared, I had a nagging knee injury that suddenly healed itself, I seemed to be more energetic at the gym, and my blood pressure was normalized. Foods.

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Treat hypertension

Foods. I’ve seen thousands of prescriptions to treat hypertension and have seen some patients on a regimen of four or more medications to ‘treat’ their blood pressure. I’ve never in my professional career, not even once, seen one patient cured with traditional medicine alone. I was initially just curious about fasting, but at this point, it had my full attention and helped me see first-hand the body’s unlimited ability to heal when we remove toxicity from our body. Having a first-hand experience with fasting most importantly made me question our approach to healing in modern medicine. I can’t begin to tell you how humbling it is to have an education in the field of medicine valued at over $200,000 and realize much of what I was taught needed to be unlearned. That 21 days of fasting stands as one of my greatest accomplishments in life. Foods. But as beautiful as the experience was for me, I am not suggesting everyone just go cold turkey and water fast for 21 days. I was a lunatic in search of ways to heal the body naturally so that I could first heal myself and then show others how to take a more holistic approach to well-being. Your First Water Fast. Foods. In general, I recommend that you fast no longer than 72 hours for your first fast, and you should consult with your primary physician to request supervision throughout the process, especially with a water-only fast. Foods.

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Concentrations of many drugs, supplements, and vitamins to dangerous levels

Foods. A water-only fast could potentially increase the blood concentrations of many drugs, supplements, and vitamins to dangerous levels, which could lead to injury or exacerbation of known or unknown conditions. This is critically important because some drugs cannot be abruptly discontinued; they require that you be weaned off over the course of time. If your physician does not agree, and you still feel inclined to use fasting as a source of healing, then exercise your civil liberties and find a capable and willing physician or healthcare practitioner willing to guide you. A holistic approach can often clash with traditional medicine, but I can assure you there are a plethora of practitioners who are skilled and enthusiastic about your choice to choose a natural path. If you are on medications that cannot be abruptly discontinued, or you simply don’t feel comfortable with a water fast, my alternative suggestion is doing a juice fast. Foods. Let me answer your question quickly before you ask it. Concentrated juices you typically purchase in the store are not living juices. If the expiration date is longer than a week, it will not serve you. Foods. I understand we live in an ‘on the go’ society, but if you don’t make the time to use your own juicer, and you choose the more convenient route of purchasing them, then be sure to buy freshly cold-pressed juices that are not from concentrate and have no additives other than the juices from whole foods. Foods.

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Level of detoxification

Foods. If you check out the documentary Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead, you can witness the challenges, benefits, and evolution of ordinary people like you and myself who were healed by juice fasting. It is also important to note that consecutive day fasting is by far the most effective. Foods. But there are alternatives such as mono-fasting, alternate day fasting, and intermittent fasting, which do provide some benefit and I recommend for certain patients. After your fast is completed, your body has to be gradually reintroduced back to solid foods. The beauty of this process is that now that you have experienced this level of detoxification, you’ll be able to feel your foods more. Foods. I once went dairy-free prior to both my fast and introduction to veganism for 60 days and then made the foolish mistake of breaking the dairy fast with a slice of pizza.  In short, I experienced what felt like the initial signs of a heart attack: shortness of breath, light-headedness, racing heartbeat, and blurred vision. So please don’t make that foolish mistake I did by indulging myself in rich processed foods right after a fast. Foods. You should first continue the juices and add small chunks of seasonal fruit. Next, you can add raw vegetables and soups. Foods.

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Plant-based vegan diet

Foods. You can then slightly increase the fiber content of your meals with steamed vegetables and whole grains like quinoa, nuts, and seeds. This is an excellent way to transition into a whole-food, plant-based vegan diet. By this time, you’ll be so excited about eating solid foods again that you will have a newfound appreciation for simple unadulterated whole fruits and vegetables. Foods. Your taste buds will have undergone an organic reboot and reset themselves back to their default settings. This chapter on ‘Digestive Rest’ is like a pot of gold; reading this chapter alone could save your life and produce a tremendous amount of health. The world is overfed on processed pseudo-foods and starved into malnutrition from a lack of plant-based whole foods. Foods. As I mentioned in Chapter 1, in Japan, there is an old saying, “Hara Hachi Bu,” which means “Eat only 80%,” or in other words,never eat until you’re completely full. We are so used to overindulging ourselves with food we often eat until we feel sick. Foods. The reason “Hara Hachi Bu” makes biological sense is because our brains are several minutes behind our stomachs, and as a result, when we eat to 80%, we are actually full. The Okinawans, in particular, have embraced this philosophy and enjoy a higher quality of health. Foods.

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Traditional Western Foods

Foods. You and the people you love can enjoy the same benefits by adopting these simple techniques that won’t cost you the arm or leg that diabetes makes you pay. Foods. When it comes to adopting a plant-based lifestyle as a solution to health and healing, I am certain that this lifestyle has general application to someone just like you. Foods. Because I am someone just like you, with the same range of human emotions, with similar strengths and weaknesses, and the same previous desire to eat meaty, cheesy, salty, fatty, nutrient-deprived foods. Foods. I grew up eating the same traditional Western foods, and I had the same apprehensions and attachments to animal-based products for the majority of my life based on societal myths and family habituation. Foods. I say ‘lifestyle’ as opposed to ‘diet’ because diets are trendy and unsustainable. Foods. They do not prevent, reverse, or eliminate any disease, as opposed to a whole foods plant-based vegan lifestyle. Dieting always ends with the dieter gaining back all of the weight they lost, and 67% end up gaining additional pounds. On the short list of diet fads are Atkins, South Beach, Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers, Zone diet, Blood Type diet, and DASH diet; all have epically failed among others. 

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Foods is medicine

 And now the scientifically unsupported Paleo diet is the new kid on the block, boasting itself as the new savior and the original diet of man. I won’t commit too many words to paper to address how off-the-mark the idea of mimicking our caveman ancestors is, but I will tell you there is no ‘DIEt’ capable of being a solution to health, wealth loss, disease, our environment, and animal cruelty. Foods. But the lifestyle I’m suggesting provides of all of these benefits plus more. We need to radically change our prioritization to a ‘health is wealth’ mentality and ‘food is medicine’ approach because the foods we eat can either give us an abundance of life or a disease-ridden premature death. And contrary to popular belief, going plant-based isn’t the extreme decision it’s so often made to be; it’s a return to our natural origins. Foods. The concept of veganism appears to be the new fad, but it’s not a new concept at all. Scientists have discovered ancient Egyptians were predominantly vegan, as well as a long list of well-known historical figures, including Plato and Pythagoras of Greece, Leonardo Di Vinci, Benjamin Franklin, and Albert Einstein. Not a bad list to be on. Foods. 

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Longevity, Fitness, Health, and Beauty

Foods. In addition, people like Bill Clinton, R&B singer Usher, Woody Harrelson, Mike Tyson, Russell Simmons ‘The Happy Vegan,’ Stevie Wonder, Serena and Venus Williams during tournament play, weightlifting Olympic gold medalist Kendrick Farris, UFC champion fighter Nick Diaz, Mr. Universe Barny du Plessis, and now superstar Beyoncé is encouraging us all to follow suit. The list is long and debunks every myth about the necessity of animal protein for longevity, fitness, health, and beauty. Foods. This lifestyle isn’t just taking a small step away from the SAD diet, like many of the recommendations made in the traditional health arena. It’s like getting wings to fly. Plant-based whole foods improve the quality of your life, the longevity of your life, and the world around you. Foods. These are just a few of the amazing benefits that new studies have confirmed. Even a small transition from vegetarian to vegan can show huge rewards by simply ditching dairy. But being vegetarian, and for that matter just simply vegan, isn’t sufficient, because these labels say much more about what you don’t eat and less about what you do. Foods. Oreos and Doritos are vegan, but I can assure you they’re just as bad as the other processed cookies and chips. I’m not suggesting that you eat tasteless food; I’m simply stressing the importance of ensuring your food be plant-based at its foundation and its cornerstone be vegan. Foods.

Dr. Bobby Price

Plant-Based Pharmacist; Fitness & Nutrition Expert

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