Speaker, Lifestyle Consultant, Certified IN.FORM Health Coach
and Non-Denominational Interfaith Minister ~
Chemical free solutions and education for sugar addiction
and appetite control, pain, inflammation and stress relief
Is Microwave cooking good for us?
I stopped microwaving my food and drinks many years ago, after reading about the many hazards of microwave cooking. Here is an article - one of many - that may interest you.
Dementia & Alzheimer's linked to added sugar and processed carbs -
See this article -
A note from Dr. Mercola's article -
Eat real food, ideally organic
Avoid processed foods of all kinds, as they contain a number of ingredients harmful to your brain, including refined sugar, processed fructose, grains (particularly gluten), vegetable oils, genetically engineered ingredients and pesticides. Ideally, keep your added sugar to a minimum and your total fructose below 25 grams per day, or as low as 15 grams per day if you already have insulin/leptin resistance or any related disorders ..... like SIBO and or Candida overgrowth that you want to get back in balance.
Opting for organic produce will help you avoid synthetic pesticides and herbicides. Most will also benefit from a gluten-free diet, as gluten makes your gut more permeable, which allows proteins to get into your bloodstream where they sensitize your immune system and promote inflammation and autoimmunity, both of which play a role in the development of Alzheimer’s.
Replace refined carbs with healthy fats
Diet is paramount, ... it helps prevent and treat virtually all chronic degenerative diseases, including Alzheimer's.