So you want to be healthy but where do you start
A careful scientific examination of diet as medicine is now long overdue in oncology, and in most fields of medicine. There’s an interaction of our diets with our gut microbes that remains to be examined, and the impact of diet on longevity, on neurological diseases or even on mental states.
What does anemia, fatigue, brain fog, headaches, and depression have in common?
In one study, researchers found a strong link between gluten sensitivity and neurological complications—especially those in which the cause was unknown.
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They also got slimmer, losing up to nearly an inch off their waist, suggesting they were losing abdominal fat.
Mental Health –
In a recent study by Murphy Et al. (2018), several hundred adults were called every night for two weeks and asked about conflicts with other people in their lives, whether they felt in a good or bad mood, and whether they had received one or more hugs that day. Ninety-three percent of volunteers indicated that they had received a hug on at least one of the interview days, and 69 percent of volunteers had experienced at least one conflict with another person on one of the interview days
Gut microbes have been found to affect the brain through the immune system and hormone pathways as well.
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