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Dr. Greger Runs an excellent site call Nutrition Facts and he and his team sort through the very latest in nutrition research and present the best standard studies to the public. I am very grateful for his non profit work and also his book called How Not To Die - I highly recommend you read this one. Link to the video:
I am very grateful for the work Dr. Greger and his team do every year to keep the free site Nutrition Fatcs,org going and his book "How Not To Die" is excellent. This lecture is quite long but there is also a shorter version.
Christina Warinner, Ph.D., is co-director of the Laboratories of Molecular Anthropology and Microbiome Research (LMAMR) and an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Oklahoma, which she joined in 2014. She also holds the title of Presidential Research Professor and is an adjunct professor of Periodontics at the University of Oklahoma’s College of Dentistry. She earned her Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2010, and received her postdoctoral training at the University of Zurich, Switzerland (2010-2012) and the University of Oklahoma (2012-2014).
Your Gut Microbes Prefer high fibre & starch resistant foods, this also helps with fat burning, preserving muscle mass, keeps you satisfied, & makes your cells more sensitive to insulin.
Legumes are high in resistant starch & fibre. Avoid antibiotics as they will kill your gut microbes - including those passed on to you through red meat, chicken, fish & dairy. Gut microbes like fibre & resistant starch, & complex carbohydrates.
Australia has the same issues with food production as the US. 86% of your $spend at the supermarket goes towards paying for processing & marketing, buying shelf space, a mere 14% goes to the farmer. Even our grass fed animals in Australia usually go to intensive feed lots for a while and are finished on grain to fatten them up before slaughter.
Antibiotics in the Meat & Dairy Industry & Antibiotic Resistance in Humans.
New report commissioned by by UK Prime Minister David Cameron, estimates that by 2050 antibiotic resistance will have killed 300 million people by 2050. It is estimated the global cost will hit $100 trillion by 2050.
Sugar in Soft Drinks, in particular coke which is also highly acidic...