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Nutrition

There is no denying what large scale epidemiological studies show.  We know now how to minimize our risk of chronic degenerative disease and lead health vibrant lives as we age. 

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The science is clear. The results are unmistakable. 

Change your diet and dramatically reduce the risk of cancer, diabetes, heart disease and obesity.

Evidence shows that the body does the best with at least 14 pounds of vegetables and fruits a week.  The phytochemicals from plant based foods are neccessary for health maintenance, even more so for repair when our health is compromised. If we're sure to include the highest nutrient dense foods, like kale and greens, and as much fresh organic foods as possible, all the better.
Dr Joel Furhman routinely reverses diabetes in his patients having them follow his beans and greens approach.

Sugar? Flour products?  Processed foods in general?  Try cutting their consumption in half initially and slowly phase out.
Fats and Oils?  Minimize and use Avacados, nuts and seeds, fish a couple times a week for healthy sources of fats and oils that don't burden the body. Minimal use of Olive Oil, and Organic Coconut Oil.

Animal protein and products which includes Dairy products can be used sparingly, depending on your genetic makeup.  Dr Furhman has found that some people with a strong genetic tendency towards insulin resistence and diabetes need to eat very little of these foods to restore their insulin resistence.

Healthy eating tailored to your tastes, genetics and lifestyle can take some effort to put in place initially, but the rewards are well worth the effort.  Need help?  Let us know.

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Media, Pa 19063

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