I work with doctors who value the importance of nutrition, and I hope they represent the majority of the profession, but indeed there are some who do not. Beware of the latter.
Food has the power to cause and to cure diseases.
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"Poor-quality food can actually create disease, and high-quality food—in the right proportions and amounts—can reverse disease and sustain health. In a very real sense, food is medicine!"
"Food tells our bodies how to function by signaling exactly when and how each different type of cell should behave in every situation."
Processed foods "may make the food have a longer shelf-life or look prettier or appeal to our sweet tooth, but, as a steady diet, they make us sick."
"...changes in the food supply (and in how we use it) have contributed strongly to the growing epidemic of chronic disease."
"The loss of the shared family meal with food prepared from scratch has been part of the transformation that is feeding the chronic disease cycle."
"Eat fresh, eat color, eat texture."