Center for Integrative Nutrition
Tamara Duker Freuman - US News
Severe elimination diets starve beneficial gut bacteria and may harm our guts – and our health.
After a recent lecture I gave, a woman approached me to share her experience with trying to heal her leaky gut syndrome on a six-month-long elimination diet, during which time she ate only four foods. Four foods. For six months.
Joe Tash - Del Mar Times
Paul Mills, senior author of the fast food study. He is a professor and chief of Family Medicine and Public Health at the UCSD School of Medicine.
Researchers at the UCSD School of Medicine found a possible correlation between eating a high-calorie fast-food breakfast, and "leaky gut syndrome," which could be a factor in developing Type 2 diabetes.
Julie Belluz - Vox
They've been linked to disease and overeating. Could our microbiome explain why?
The case against processed food just keeps getting stronger. But, amazingly, we still don't understand exactly why it's so bad for us.
A Review of the Science of Colorful, Plant-Based Food and Practical Strategies for “Eating the Rainbow”
Deanna M. Minich - Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism