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Top Doctors: Good FoodsBad Foods:
12 Bad Foods:
Wheat - Gluten: destroys and clogs digestive tract, prevents absorption of nutrients, causes disease
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- Gluten: destroys and clogs digestive tract, prevents absorption of nutrients, causes disease
Rye - Gluten: destroys and clogs digestive tract, prevents absorption of nutrients, causes disease
Oats - Gluten: destroys and clogs digestive tract, prevents absorption of nutrients, causes disease

Oils - contact with air oxidizes oils and when eaten they become free radicals that create inflamation and cell destruction, cooking with oils is worse as it creates more trans fatty acids (we are not able to SEE the oxidative damage with oils, but the damage is visable with an Apple after we cut it, and a bannana after we peel it - watch it turn colors, it is the same damage that happens with oils in bottles with air (oxygen) in the bottle)

Fried Foods - super heating oils creates free radicals and acrylamides, leads to imflamation and cancers

Carbonated Drink with a meal - soda, sparkling water, etc.: neutralizes stomach acid, hampers absorbing nutrients during digestion

Well done Meats - produces heterocyclic amines that are free radicals that increase risk of cancers - but rare or medium meats rare are OK and good to eat

Nitrates - added to Deli meats has free radicals

Skins of Baked Potatoes, Baked Yams and Baked Sweet Potatoes - if boiled skin can be eaten

Soy - mostly GMO

Corn - mostly GMO

In addition, we:

reduce sugar as much as possible as it suppresses the immune system, also feeds cancers

avoid Margerines (loaded with trans fatty acids) - use Butter instead

Salt food to taste as top doctors have found it does not cause high blood pressure
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Good Foods:

Eggs - Poached, Soft Boiled (Yellow Yoke - Not Green), Soft scrambled in butter
Salt
Butter
Dairy
Fish
Pork
Chicken
Millet
Rice
Beans
Corn
Quinoa
Beef - Rare, Medium Rare
Lamb
Vegetables
Fruit
Nuts - Mixed, Salted (No Peanuts)
Nut Butters (No extra sugar)
Pure Buckwheat (is not wheat)
Couscous (made from Pearl Millet only)
Coffee, Teas, Green Tea
Lard

Antioxidants: high O.R.A.C. value daily

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