Study Helps for Healthier Diet

Have you ever read Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig? Might help with your problems with grains and beans. You can neutralize the anti-nutrients in them, easily.

Very anti-soy, so you know you're going to get some true thinking going on rather than just regurgitating everybody else.

Authors have also written other books, like Eat Your Fats, etc. Very in opposition to mainstream nutritional advice. Based on Weston Price's work.

I wonder very much too about the studies that showed cheese causing insulin spike...typical dairy milk used? Grass-fed, "organic" cows or goats would be interesting to see data from if their milk was used.

Like...fertilized eggs from naturalized chickens are, net-result, not bad for cholesterol too.

The info for beans and grains also applies to nuts and seeds too by the way. And yes, peanuts are not good to eat.

Just some food for thought! :)

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Ed. Comments: Excellent observations, suggestions. You've obviously given healthy diet a lot of study and thought.

Out PCOS diet book is not "the last word" or "the only word" on what to eat. We encourage people to get information from a variety of sources and come to their own conclusions.

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