Historically, people with gluten-intolerance were advised not to eat oats. Oats do not contain the irritating gluten and lack many of the irritating cereal protein prolamines and are far healthier than wheat, filled with cholesterol-lowering fibres.
Your bowels, digestive system and microbiome is the most important part of the human body. It does everything, builds everything and controls your health, energy and longevity. Take care of it. Eating a plant-based wholefood diet is step one.
You cannot get a cancer cell occurring unless DNA is altered. When you drink, the acetaldehyde is corrupting DNA and puts you on the road to cancer. One of most common genetic defects in man is our inability to counteract the toxicity of alcohol.
“People with asthma may benefit from improving their diet. Lower fiber intake was related to poorer lung function and increased airway inflammation in people with asthma” Bronwyn Berthon, University of Newcastle, Australia. The research keeps coming.
'Dietary fiber, vegetables, and colon cancer: critical review and meta-analysis of the epidemiologic evidence' 'Dietary intake of fiber and decreased risk of cancers of the colon and rectum' 'Dietary fibre in food protection against colorectal cancer in the EPIC study'
Your digestive system (commonly thought of as the gut) is the single most important thing you have. It takes the food you eat; then fuels, rebuilds and repairs every part of your body – every system, every cell. Your brain is NOT, repeat, NOT, in charge.
You are biochemically and genetically unique, so learn what works for you - and you alone. We are all different and it’s important to listen to the body you have. Begin with a plant-based wholefood diet, and build the exact mix of what works for you into that.