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Too much conflicting information.


Too much conflicting information..

Over here, Chris Wark talks of his giant anti-cancer salad with 15+ ingredients.

http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/the-giant-cancer-fighting-salad/

While here Loren Lockman says a salad should have no more than 4-5 ingredients due to food-combining stress on enzymes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DIW1-UgPd8

Similarly, gorilla milk is great, but combines a fruit (apple) with vegetables (celery and cucumber).

Who knows what to follow?
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My mung beans with white rice steamed meals have been a long-used cleansing/healing food :
http://www.allaboutfasting.com/kitchari.html

Plus it is close to what my ancestors ate, so if food links to ancestral genotype, then that factor is there.

Homemade yogurt is much less acidic than other types of dairy...also eaten by all my ancestors who lived long.

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Too much conflicting information. Very unclear what to do. It is easy for me to make breakfast mono-fruit and lunch a green salad with just 3 ingredients. Dinner is tough. On some level, rice+beans is just about impossible to avoid, and has been the staple of many cultures for centuries, including the Blue Zones. Alan Goldhamer of True North is strongly in favor of beans and rice...

I will say that Lou Corona, Jon Barron, and Alan Goldhamer all look young for their age. Some other prominent vegans do not...

Very confusing...
 

 
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