#1: Your Inner Aborigine
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Tap into Your Inner Aborigine:
Embrace Real Food and Avoid Cherry-Picked Science.
In this episode, What they didn’t teach you in school about health! I talk about the root of Dynamism, which is tapping into Your Inner Aborigine. The do’s and don’t of choosing nutrition and why many experts have fallen prey.
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- Why Nutrition Science is like surgery in the year 1650
- How a trusted nutrition guru can off the deep end
- Where chronic diseases really come from and how to Defeat it with food
I am really excited to start you on this journey and I hope to add a lot of value to your life as a whole.
Nutrition is remarkable in its ability to have people with completely opposite views saying they have science to support completely opposite views.
Frustrating isn’t it? What are we suppose to believe?
In this training, I’m going to transcend all of that discussion and find the things that everybody agrees on and I want to make a special note of the fact that as Michael Pollan says about the science of nutrition. He says, “nutrition science is very, very young to put it charitably”. He says, “it’s kind of like surgery in the year 1650. Surgery in 1650, had a lot of potential- very interesting, but you wouldn’t want them working on you quite yet; they have some more work to do”. In other words, modern nutrition science is very similar to surgery in the year 1650.
And that lead us to Dynamism Biohack #1: Your Inner Aborignee
Tap into your inner aborigine by eating real food. Don’t let cherry Picking science distract you! What am I talking about? Find out next.
Embrace Real Food and Avoid Cherry-Picked Science
As you dive deeper into nutrition science, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the constantly changing information and conflicting perspectives. However, it is important to acknowledge the issue of cherry-picked science, where data supporting a particular agenda is selectively chosen and presented as factual information. In the world of nutrition science, cherry-picking is often used to push new nutraceutical products.
Next, to avoid succumbing to the marketing tactics of the food industry, we need to rely on traditional practices and focus on consuming real food. This article will break down the Eat Pillar, one of the five pillars of a dynamic health, and provide insights into how you can tap into your Inner Aborigine to eliminate your risk factors for chronic diseases.
The Fad of Cherry-Picked Science
The field of nutrition science is notorious for cherry-picking data to support a specific agenda. In addition, this approach often leads to the development of new nutraceutical products that lack scientific validity. We need to question the validity of the science and ask common-sense questions before blindly accepting new products.
The Simplicity of Nutrition Science
Despite popular culture’s portrayal of nutrition science as complex, it is rather simple. In fact, there are two facts about nutrition that everyone agrees on: the Western diet creates chronic diseases, and chronic diseases do not exist in traditional diets. We need to focus on eating real food, avoiding fake food, and consuming mostly plants.
The Root of Dynamism
The Eat Pillar is one of the five pillars of a dynamic health, which is closely tied to our overall well-being. Next, we need to focus on how well we eat, move, think, connect, and cope with stressors. The major focus of the Eat Pillar is getting off the Western diet and embracing traditional practices.
Your Inner Aborigine
In addition, the body has a natural healing ability, and we can tap into it by embracing our Inner Aborigine. Next, traditional cultures have shown us that it is possible to exist on a high-fat, high-protein, or high-carbohydrate diet as long as we avoid the influence of the Western diet elements. By eliminating our risk factors for chronic diseases, we can enjoy a healthier and happier life.
In addition, If you’re ready to take charge of your health and tap into the wisdom of our ancestors, make an appointment with a chiropractor today. Our trusted professionals can guide you on a path towards inner health, starting with embracing real food and avoiding cherry-picked science. Finally, don’t wait any longer to prioritize your well-being – schedule your appointment now and take the first step towards a healthier you!
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