Found in tomatoes, grains, and beans, lectins are the cornerstone of a new bestselling book.
I listened to Dr. Gundry on a podcast explaining that foods that contain lectins including bean, grains, and tomatoes were harmful to our health. He used some pretty compelling evidence, so I bought the book, called "The Plant Paradox," to check it out.
And I learned once again how irresponsible it is to blindly take one person's opinion as truth.
Dr. Michael Greger (bestselling author of How Not to Die) came out with
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to Dr. Gundry's inaccuracy, which also covers why Paleo is not a responsible diet plan. Using accurate scientific research and unsolicited recommendations, Dr. Greger is definitely one of my reliable go-to sources on the benefits of plant-based eating.
Moral of the story: Do your own accurate research.
And if you don't have the time, Dr. Greger has been a huge resource for me and I can't recommend him enough.
It is my aim to sift through all of the confusing information out there on what healthy eating is and give you food for thought on what is arguably the most important choice in our life: what we eat.
If you are interested in diving deeper into your food choices, let's chat.