Recently I've been on a roll of watching Ted talks on YouTube. This started because I wanted to maximize the 2 hours or more time I spend almost everyday in the kitchen cooking 😅 And because I've started going Vegan quite recently too, I've been fascinated by the talks related to veganism and our health and … Continue reading Fruit and the Human Brain
Dietary experiments, opinions, recommendations and advice for everyone! (not just those with autoimmunity)
Characteristics of traditional diets, as well as some easy to follow nutritional guidelines on the dietary wisdom that gave 'primitive' people their well-developed physiques and kept them free from the physical degeneration most of our population experience with age today!
Recently a friend of mine with Crohn's had another flare up and approached me for advice regarding how to lower inflammation naturally and prevent future flare ups. I've been meaning to read up more about Crohn's and similar Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) and so took this opportunity to do just that. In the process, I've … Continue reading IBD & Crohn’s: 4 Step Healing Plan
One thing I've come to realise is that, as Asians, most of our diet consists of cooked vegetables, meat and rice. Less emphasis is placed on raw foods, fermented foods and salads. This is where we might be lacking in important nutrients, fibre (prebiotics) and beneficial bacteria (probiotics). Hence since recovering from my recent episode … Continue reading More Raw Foods and Salads!
"As I've previously mentioned, module 4 started me on this quest to find out exactly what kind of diet humans have evolved to eat over the millenniums. Finally! I think I may have found the answer. This is a lecture by Professor Loren Cordain about the origins and evolution of the western diet. It is about an … Continue reading Homework-turned-blogpost: Life-Changing Lecture – The Origins and Evolution of the Western Diet
"Another interesting video about how we have been misled to believe that Fats are bad for us. How distinguished scientists cherry pick their data to support their own hypotheses. How the media, politics, marketing and institutions all played a role in promoting their own agendas centered about profit and funding. How nutritional scientists jumped on … Continue reading Homework-turned-blogpost: Unreliable Scientific Data