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Tag Archives | heart disease

High Protein Diet- Friend Or Foe?

High Protein Diet- Friend Or Foe?

I find that for people who follow an omnivore diet, daily menus high in vegetarian sources of protein with small to moderate amounts of animal protein eaten once a day do best when it comes to weight loss, improved thyroid health and decreased inflammation.   Chronic low grade inflammation not only leads to diseases like […]

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Rotate or React- The Plan

Rotate or React- The Plan

Rotate or React. Shelly asked how often should we be retesting and how often should to rotate foods. Remember that rotating foods that work for your chemistry is the best way to keep losing weight, be at your healthiest and not build up food sensitivities which cause inflammation. Great questions, so here you go! Wheat is […]

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Alcat Tests - Do They Work?

Alcat Tests – Do They Work?

I recently read some interesting comment about blood tests for food allergies from a recent study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. ” We don’t really understand all of the reasons why one person with IgE to a food will have serious reactions to the food, while another can eat it without […]

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What Do We Use SAM-e For At ‪‎The Plan‬?

What Do We Use SAM-e For At ‪‎The Plan‬?

Heightened levels of ‪‎cortisol‬, your stress hormone, enacts long term fat storage which leads to weight gain. In addition, stress disrupts hormonal balance and attacks our master gland for our metabolism, the thyroid. Thyroid dysfunction affects at least 30 million Americans, with many more undiagnosed to their condition. Thyroid dysfunction is linked to depression and […]

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