Low Carb Diet Pitfalls - Gluconeogenesis And Not Enough Fiber

Low Carb Diet Pitfalls: Gluconeogenesis And Not Enough Fiber

Two types of fiber exist: Soluble fiber dissolves in water; insoluble fiber does not. Soluble fiber becomes a gel like substance during digestion. Insoluble fiber remains intact and helps clear the digestive tract of wastes and adds bulk to stools. Fiber supports healthy digestion and elimination processes. Health professionals recommend consuming at least 20 grams […]

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Avoiding Chronic Inflammation In A High Fat And Protein Diet

Avoiding Chronic Inflammation In A High Fat And Protein Diet

Inflammation occurs naturally as part of the body’s immune response. It jumpstarts the healing process by flooding an injury with healing antigens. Antigens and fluids may also become concentrated within the body’s tissues to carry away irritants or foreign bodies (bacteria and viruses). The presence of inflammation does not always indicate the presence of infection. […]

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