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Gluten intolerance

Only 10% of people have problems with tolerating gluten. 

About one percent of people have celiac disease, and perhaps 10 percent have lesser forms of sensitivity, which may be related to other factors, like a disrupted microbiome. 

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Ketogenic diet

A diet that starves the body of glucose sources so that it’s forced to burn ketone bodies — products of fat metabolism — as fuel. There is not a lot of evidence to show prolonged ketosis is good for health. 

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There is no "best diet"

There is no "best diet"

The “best” diet is a theme: an emphasis on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, and plain water for thirst. 

That can be with or without seafood; with or without dairy; with or without eggs; with or without some meat; high or low in total fat.

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Power bars

Power bars

...are closer to junk food than they are to real food. 

Many power bars have nutritional profiles similar to Snickers.

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Good Carbs, Bad Carbs

Good Carbs, Bad Carbs

Highly processed grains and added sugar are bad because they’ve been robbed of nutrients, they raise insulin levels, and they’re often high in added fats. But most plant foods are mostly carbohydrates: vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, lentils, nuts, and s...

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Best foods don’t have labels

Best foods don’t have labels

Because they are just one ingredient: avocado, lentils, blueberries, broccoli, almonds, etc.

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Detoxing and Cleansing are Myths

The body detoxifies itself daily; that’s a primary job of the liver and the kidneys, and they are really good at it. The intestines, spleen, and immune system are in on it, too. 

Take good care of your liver and kidneys, gut, and immune system. Far better “cleanse” than any...

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The "Age" of vegetables

The "Age" of vegetables

The best vegetables are likely to be fresh and locally sourced, but flash frozen is nearly as good (as freezing delays aging). Those “fresh” vegetables that spend a long time in storage or transit are probably the least nutritious.

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There are no superfoods

There are no superfoods

No single food, separate from the overall quality and pattern of diet, exerts a major health effect. 

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To lose weight: diet>exercise

It's much easier to outeat running than to outrun all of the tempting calories that modern marketing encourages us to cram in. 

Both diet and exercise are important to health, and exercise is important in weight maintenance. But to lose weight, the preferential focus needs to be on ...

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The bad reputation of gluten

There is a perception that gluten is harmful to everyone and should be avoided. But research does not support this. Long-term studies found no association between long-term dietary gluten consumption and the risk of heart disease or inflammation of the colon lining. Some people d...

Gluten is bad for you

Gluten is bad for you

Eliminating gluten from your diet does not offer health benefits. Whole grains are a great source of fiber and vitamins. 

Only a handful of people should consider avoiding gluten. These are people with Celiac disease and the small number of people who have gluten intolerance.

Beware of gluten myths

  • Many people say they eat gluten-free, but they've just eliminated wheat-based foods like bread, pasta, and bagels. Wheat is only one source of gluten.
  • Some people think gluten is found in every type of grain. Gluten-free grains include rice, corn, ...

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