- narmak [OP]
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rockyrye wrote: ↑Feb 11th, 2018 7:30 pmI have a green smoothie every day for breakfast with supplements that aid in digestion. When my diet causes inflammation to my intestines it inevitably leads to an autoimmune reaction. All of my major organs have been attacked. This doesn't make me an expert. It means not paying attention has consequences.
There is a wealth of gut-health research being made accessible during the past few years. See Rhonda Patrick video series https://www.foundmyfitness.com/about-dr-rhonda-patrick. She has a smoothie recipe and she interviews research leaders directly and tries to make sense of the research in practical terms. Fortunately it hasn't all been completely monetized and the best digestive practices cost nothing. Also, it's not a bunch of bloggers and "journalists" creating click-bait. Unfortunately this means the information is dense and requires time to understand.
https://www.t-nation.com/diet-fat-loss/ ... you-absorb
https://optimisingnutrition.com/2016/07 ... arb-gregg/
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... not sure if you know but that 5g isn’t going to cause anything. Depending on the person you should be between approx 20-80 grams of carbs a day, most say 40 or under. So implement this and steal away 5 grams that you’ve been eating elsewhere.
I’m hugely considering this to round out my keto diet with most vitamins and minerals.
My carbs come from 2-3 Kirkland protein bars, a avacado or two depending on size and the real peanut butter and salted almost together as little snacks later in the day when I seem to be more hungry.