Steven R. Gundry M.D on this Groundbreaking Plant Paradox Book Quick and Easy, states that Lectins are the plant world's way of fighting back against predators, such as ourselves who kill plants and feast on them. Lectins are toxic plant proteins that can force their way through the mucosal wall of our guts into the intestinal capillaries and thus throughout the body.
Leaky gut syndrome (intestinal wall hyper-permeability) results and leads to lectins confusing our immune system (autoimmune diseases) and disrupting cellular communication (diabetes and thyroid disorders, etc.)
Peanuts, cashews, legumes and tomatoes contain lectins and are very toxic. Tomatoes and legumes can be "defused" and eaten safely. Discover this and More In this Plant paradox Summary Book.
You are what you eat (as well as WHAT YOU EAT, ATE.) Corn fed beef and chickens therefore are filed with lectins too!
Rules for Eating Healthy in the Plant Paradox:
" What you stop eating has far more impact on your health than what you start eating."
There are three more rules. Discover this and More in this Plant Paradox Summary
His idea is to live well with good health. Our current health care system prolongs life with symptom-addressing technology, even though the patient may be living a miserable poor health existence.
With Working 30-Day Plan For Weight Loss. Dr. Gundry's motto: "Die young at an old age."
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