I have already discussed my disdain for gluten in previous articles, citing numerous research studies reporting its negative effects on the brain and digestive health. Gluten is a very hard protein found in wheat, barley, and rye products, and most individuals today are sensitive — if not downright intolerant — to its structure. One topic frequently overlooked is the relationship between gluten consumption and thyroid disease. Although the connection between nutrition and thyroid health has been circulating in the medical and nutrition literature for years, it’s only recently that we’re [...]
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I am certainly not a picky eater by any means. However, there are some foods that, although they may be a healthy choice, I won’t eat them. I absolutely refuse to eat them at any time.
But am I missing out on important nutrients? I have quality stand-ins that do the trick. You may be able to relate to my “don’t-go-there” foods and some reasonable substitutes:
Beef liver is a good source of iron, vitamin 12 and zinc. Not only is liver an excellent source of iron, it contains heme iron which is the … Read More
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