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  1. This is very interesting. However, now that I have an over view of this "nutrition" principal, I need to understand how to approach this from point A. Meaning what should I be looking for organic, nutrient dense food, what do I need to get rid of first in my diet. I loved the conversation and I do know more than I did before I watched this but, I'm also very confused as to where to begin

  2. I hear they're still trying to get us to eat whole grains, putting it at the top of the list. All grains are bad for us, read Wheat Belly, it's more than being gluten free. There are a few around that table that have eaten far to many wheat products and carbohydrates. Stay off ALL grains, do some research it's all out there.

  3. I'm a farmer the new herbicide this year 2020 for soybeans is 2-4-D. Which is a much more dangerous them roundup .I have my own field sprayer I know 2-4-d will stay in your body for ever.

  4. I am very pro vegetarian and grow a large portion of my food. There is something very wrong when someone claims to be organic and vegan and yet are still 300 plus pounds. 300 plus pounds is a bigger problem than eating organic and non-gmo.

  5. All dog and pony has to go…………TVP=ed/health/Earth/Universe. ……. UWYouthOrg a generation silence inheritance like 1989 China. The Venus Project for the youth, free the old from the broke(n) carbon farmed slave populated infrastructure on a Titanic ride under cloud.
    10 years reconstruction vs 21 years of bridge repair needed now.
    You decide not only which is better/quicker….but which is NECESSARY. The Titanic MUST sink again!!

  6. Food really IS medicine– healthy foods have medicinal properties! 🎉 So important to aim for (and it's okay to not always do so!) organic, GMO-free and clean foods. when you eat conventionally grown foods, you’re also ingesting toxins (including pesticides) added to them in the production process, or from environmental pollution. Many of these toxins cause an invader-fighting response from your white blood cells, which contributes to inflammation! Also, given that your gut microbiome impacts everything from your immune system to your skin to your brain function to your digestion, and even your mood and mental health, it’s so important to eat foods that are beneficial for it. 🙏

  7. To the lady with Lyme disease. Do your homework on the medical studies on oils
    and fats "suppressing" the immune system. Also, check out Dr. McDougall on youtube
    and his official website. And check out via google "Resistant Starch" health benefits.

  8. Pumpkin seeds Pumpkin seeds indeed are an excellent source of dietary fiber and mono-unsaturated fatty acids, which are good for heart health. Also, the seeds are concentrated sources of protein, minerals, and health-benefiting vitamins.

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