Lack of nutritional information

The nutritional and informational value of food is often ignored by conventional medicine, and ignoring it can lead to severe and expensive chronic diseases. Unfortunately, most currently practicing physicians received less than 16 hours of education on nutrition during medical school. Often, dietary guidelines and recommendations were delegated to the dietitians. Unfortunately, the dietitians were… Continue reading Lack of nutritional information

Food is Not Simply the Sum of its Parts

Many people focus on the nutritional content of their food when choosing what to eat. However, only focusing on the nutritional content of food is short-sighted. We don’t process all of the elements of food into energy through simple carbohydrates, proteins (amino acids, peptides), and fat. Food transmits valuable instructional information to our body, prompting… Continue reading Food is Not Simply the Sum of its Parts