- there are many connections between diet and joint health
- the food you eat can switch genes on or off
- Do you feel like nothing has changed after implementing all the diet and lifestyle changes?
Test your subjective impression by going back to your old ways of eating and observe how your condition changes.
Deep Nutrition illustrates how our ancestors used nourishment to sculpt their anatomy, engineering bodies of extraordinary health and beauty. The length of our limbs, the shape of our eyes, and the proper function of our organs are all gifts of our ancestor’s collective culinary wisdom. Citing the foods of traditional cultures from the Ancient Egyptians and the Maasai to the Japanese and the French, the Shanahans identify four food categories all the world’s healthiest diets have in common, the Four Pillars of World Cuisine. Using the latest research in physiology and genetics, Dr. Shanahan explains why your family’s health depends on eating these foods.
Combining your body’s Paleolithic needs with modern nutritional and medical research for complete mind-body wellness.
Fish provides the important polyunsaturated omega 3’s, EPA and DHA, which aid our well being by promoting cardiovascular health. Take one or more teaspoonfuls daily at mealtime or bedtime. To retain freshness after initially opening the bottle, keep refrigerated and preferably use within 3 months.