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Saturday, August 10, 2013

Minding Your Mitochondria - A view on eating better with proper diet - This video is for anybody, with or without an Illness

The Hunter Gather diet, Paleo Diet and so much more to listen-to if committed to learning how to eat better.

Learn of Vitamins, herbs, vegetables and more.

Learn what your body and the organs of your body need.

Learn, by clicking this link and then Listening and Minding Your Mitochondria

By: Dr. Terry Wahls at TEDxIowaCity


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1 comment:

Cherie said...

I had seen this a couple of years ago and a friend shared it with me this week so I forwarded the link on to this site. It really merges the Paleo Diet with some good common sense suggestions on getting the nutrients we need for good overall health and especially, good support to our nervous system and myelin.

Although I do not eat fully according to this plan, a few years ago, I cut out processed sugars and almost all prepared foods. I also minimized dairy and breads and pastas. I personally have seen a real benefit in energy and a minimization of MS symptoms and am walking unassisted after years of depending on canes and scooter. It certainly cannot hurt to try some of what is suggested here if you are able.