I recently read something that inspired me and I wanted to share it with you.
Right now in the world, there is a lot of confusion about whether red meat and saturated fat is actually good or bad for you.
For the average person who doesn't have hours to spend on the research, it can be quite confusing which leaves you wondering are you making the right choices for your diet and nutrition.
To cut through all the confusion Brooke Gould from Love Ya Guts has put together an easy-to-understand blog about red meat and all the different fat categories and how they effect our bodies.
You're going to get a lot out of this!
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The secret to a healthy life is to leverage the ancient wisdom of our ancestors.
Dr. Weston A Price travelled to the most remote parts of the world in the 1930s exploring the diet and nutrition of primitive tribes and comparing their health to their countrymen who were exposed to the Western 'food of commerce' (refined flour and sugar).
What he discovered will blow your mind!
Vegetable oils are not a 'natural' oil and are a recent phenomenon of the industrial age. Vegetable oils are made from highly processed vegetable seeds (not vegetables) and are very cheap to produce. The polyunsaturated fats found in vegetable oils are highly unsafe. These fats oxidise easily and can cause inflammation as well as mutation in cells. This can further lead to many diseases like cancer, heart disease, endometriosis, PCOS etc. Vegetable oils are also high in Omega 6 fats, an imbalance in your levels of Omega 3 and Omega 6 triggers inflammation in your body causing free radicals to form and damage to your cells....