- Oct 26, 2016 at 12:19 pm #12967
Curious if anyone has researched lectins? I recently began looking into this and am finding it very intriguing. It’s also leading me to learn more about superfoods and functional foods (e.g., inulin). I would love to hear from others who have an interest in healthful eating. I truly believe we are what we eat.Oct 27, 2016 at 3:57 am #12983
Hi, Like you, I too wanted to be healthier. After 12yrs of night shift, a dreadful eating pattern and shockingly sleep deprived I started looking into eating properly. I was no longer on night shift and really wanted to do something to regain my health. Personally, I found it to be a rabbits hole. It was no where near as simple as I first thought it would be. So much of our food is toxic from high use of pesticides, which has also affected our soil, depleting it of vital nutrients. Our water is contaminated with chemicals and fluoride and then to top it all off, if that wasn’t enough, we are bombarded with chemtrails which just adds more toxic waste for our bodies to contend with. Even a simple thing as buying good supplements takes a lot of careful researching. If you are really serious about reclaiming your health, my first suggestion would be to get a really good water filter. Start drinking good clean water. Then I would research where your food comes from and any supplements you chose to purchase, REALLY research how they are manufactured, the process they use, the origin the supplement comes from. A lot of supplements have binders and fillers and end up doing us more harm than good. These big corporations are out to make money, so the cheaper they can produce a product the better, whether it is healthy or good for us is immaterial. There are ethical, responsible and trustworthy people/corporations out there, unfortunately, it’s up to us to discern who they are. Good luck.
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