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Part 1 of 3: Food Stressors

Written By South Centre Chiropractic Clinic & Summerside Chiropractic on December 19, 2016

  1. High fructose corn syrup (HFC's), found in pop and lots of sweet processed foods. eg. BBQ sauce
  2. Hydrogenated fats
  3. Trans fats
  4. MSG or anything with hydrolyzed...protein. It's a tricky way of hiding MSG
  5. Aspartame
  6. Food additives and colours

Some examples are fried foods like donuts, chips and white flour (the only grains should be whole oats or wild rice) sprayed early harvested fruit and vegtables, smoked or cured meat, farmed fish and pork fat.
Avoid using non-stick pans, use stainless steel or cast iron. Too high of temperature frying with oils (see further down this page for the topic), gently steam vegtables or eat them raw. Avoid burning or at least cut off burnt parts of cooked meat (esp. chicken).

Yours in Health, Dr. D.

Posted In: Wellness Nutrition Dr. Darrell's Blog