I’ve talked to lots of incredible, renowned doctors and health experts about the optimal diet and foods to eat.
I’ve tried all kinds of nutrition strategies.
I’ve cut out gluten, dairy, and sugar from my diet.
So you can imagine how surprised I was when I sat down with another world-renowned heart surgeon and doctor, Dr. Steven Gundry, last week and he told me foods that were poisonous to all humans.
Peanuts, cashews, raw beans, chia seeds?
“Our bacteria control our behavior.”
As Dr. Gundry explained, however, exactly how the bacteria in our guts work, it made sense.
He broke down his decades of research and the results he’s gotten with his patients (reversing aging and autoimmune diseases through diet change).
He taught how plants are built with incredible defense systems from predators (like humans). And when we eat parts of plants that aren’t meant for us, we get sick from them.
The more I learned from him, the more questions I had.
But he just wrote a new NYT bestselling book covering all of this in depth, so I’m planning on reading it front to back.
5 Gundry-Approved Vegetarian Superfoods
Is going vegetarian on the Plant Paradox plan possible? It is with these 5 Gundry-approved vegetarian superfoods… All are wonderful for your digestive health, great sources of healthy protein, and completely meat free – perfect for a plant based diet without lectins.
Watch to the end – number 5 will surprise you!
- Leafy greens
- Nuts (not all nuts, don’t take seeds like cashews or legumes like peanuts) but go with macadamia nuts, pecans, blanched almonds and pistachios
- Beans (those without lectins)
Dr. Steven Gundry Reveals Ultimate Breakfast Recipe
The “ultimate breakfast” is rich in filling protein and fats… not cravings-spiking sugars. So, Dr. Gundry has put together a delicious recipe for high-protein “metabolic” muffins for you.
Recipe here: https://www.elephantjournal.com/2017/…
Cereals are good for us… errr, no! It’s a myth… they’re pure sugar, they spike our blood sugar and they’re bad for us.
Breakfast = get greens and fats, in you!