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WHAT WHOLE FOOD LOOKS LIKE, YES!

SUMMARY: Learn what whole food looks like. Such are anti-inflammatory and nutrient dense; the key to reducing, managing and even reversing chronic disease.

Seems in today’s lifestyle, what whole food looks like is confusing.  Is it the steaming hot prepared buffet luring you with it’s smells and convenience such even appearing at Whole Foods grocery stores?

A check of ingredients will show if it is pure, clean, delicious, and properly prepared real nourishing whole food.  Such is anti-inflammatory and nutrient dense. I am excited that you are learning this concept!

Adhering to an anti-inflammatory diet is the answer to reducing, managing, and even reversing chronic disease. 

Through diet we  increase anti-inflammatory Omega-3 fatty acids, decrease inflammatory (Omega-6 fatty acids, and food intolerances), and increase fruits and vegetables to increase antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. High quality meat, grains, and diary have a place in a nutrient dense diet but learning food quality and individual tolerance is critical for optimizing health.  

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MICROBIOME RULES; WHAT IS MICROBIOME?

SUMMARY:  Your gut microbiome allows you to live your life with health, wellness, and vitality, or illness and disease.  Without a doubt, the MICROBIOME RULES; WHAT IS MICROBIOME?

If you haven’t already done so, you should read the post, “Diet and other things Determines Our Microbiome” to be certain you are up to date not only with what this dynamic virtual organ is, but also are cognizant of the many factors that affect the microbiome.  
We can modulate this microbiome; the science is exploding daily with research that is unveiling the vast impact the gut microbiome has on all of our inner workings.
FOOD ALTERS THE MICROBIOME, with a focus here on celiac and autism, although the insight applies to all autoimmunes and chronic disease.

The post “Food Managing Autism and IBD: The Studies,” details the studies (and includes current ongoing clinical trials) showing dietary intervention (that heals the gut) can result in IBD remission or management of autism.  Such occurs through optimization of the microbiome since the food we feed the microbiome, determines the gut’s community of microbiota, whose role is to affect immunity, health, wellness, and vitality.  Thus, anyone looking to improve health needs to look first at optimizing the gut microbiome.

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