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Summary Guide: Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?: By Mark Hyman, MD | The Mindset Warrior Summary Guide: (Health & Fitness, Metabolism, Weight Loss, Autoimmune Disease)

Summary Guide: Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?: By Mark Hyman, MD | The Mindset Warrior Summary Guide: (Health & Fitness, Metabolism, Weight Loss, Autoimmune Disease)

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Summary Guide: Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?: By Mark Hyman, MD | The Mindset Warrior Summary Guide: (Health & Fitness, Metabolism, Weight Loss, Autoimmune Disease)

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Jun 27, 2019


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The Mindset Warrior Summary Guides, provides you with a unique summarized version of the core information contained in the full book, and the essentials you need in order to fully comprehend and apply.

Maybe you've read the original book but would like a reminder of the information? ✅ Maybe you haven't read the book, but want a short summary to save time? ✅ Maybe you'd just like a summarized version to refer to in the future? ✅

Inside You'll Learn:

✱ What grains do to your health—whether you are Celiac or not
✱ How certain fruits and vegetables poison your body
✱ The differences between high quality meat and poor quality meat
✱ The main contributor to most illness is diet; it is responsible for turning on and off our genes. Find out which foods reap the most havoc on your health

In any case, The Mindset Warrior Summary Guides can provide you with just that.

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Jun 27, 2019

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In this Mindset Warrior Summary Guide, we cover the main topics discussed in Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?. This book is intended to supplement your reading and be an easy reference guide. You are encouraged to purchase the original book if you have not already.

The difference between this guide and the actual book is that we don't go into the lengthy stories and repetition that most books often do. Instead, we share each principle, explain its reasoning, and then provide advice on how you can apply each to your own life, in order to build and maintain resilient health.

As I always say, the original books are great to read because they provide a lot of examples. This repetition can help to embed the lessons into your psyche. That being said, stripping these lessons down to there core will help you to focus on the things that really matter. As I'm sure we can agree, time is very valuable. I am all about maximizing time.

The Mindset Warrior summaries are here to support your journey toward a resilient mindset:

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Setting The Stage

Dr. Mark Hyman has been studying nutrition for over 35 years. He is a practicing family physician and the director of the Cleveland Clinic for Functional Medicine. His contribution to the functional medicine field has been wide spread. In addition to winning several achievement awards, he has consulted and collaborated with individuals and corporations to make important changes in policy and education.

Recent decades have seen a significant rise in illness; diet being the major contributor. The number of people suffering from Celiac disease—an illness that causes food to leak into the gut—has risen 400% in the last 50 years. In modern times, we ask ourselves: what food should I eat? Our confusion is warranted. The whole diet debate has gotten confusing. Every year new research comes out saying that a once espoused principle has been discovered to be inaccurate. Today the number of diets are wide ranging. The purpose of this book is to break down the science and role of each food group to help you decide what to eat. Each chapter focuses on one food group and toward the end we discuss supplements.

PART 1  – The Food Confusion

The food industry knows your body better than you do. They recruit scientists to re-create human taste buds in lab settings. This allows them to engineer foods that are hyper-palatable and addictive.

Perceived Limitations

Many people blame the amount of time it takes to cook and the cost of whole foods for the reason they do not eat well, yet on average Americans spend 8 hours a day on screens. In regards to the cost, studies have shown that it doesn't cost much more to eat a whole foods diet. Think about a healthy diet as an insurance. It saves you from needing to take sick time from work to get over an illness or visit the doctors.

The Flaws in Nutritional Recommendations

Many of our nutritional recommendations are based on incomplete or biased data. The American Heart Association (AHA) receives most of its funding from the food and drug industries. Not too long ago, the AHA stated that coconut oil should be avoided due to its high saturated fat content. That study was funded by the canola oil industry. There have been a number of meta-analysis studies that have shown that dietary saturated fat consumption is not linked to heart disease. The AHA is incentivized to make those claims because it receives hundreds of thousands of dollars when they allow their heart

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