Is it possible that the top diseases could really be nutritional deficiencies? Find out more.
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0:00 Introduction: Are diseases nutritional deficiencies?
0:42 Top diseases that could be nutrient deficiencies
6:25 Recommended foods by the EAT-Lancet commission
9:10 Foods you really need to support your health
13:53 Learn more about nutritious foods!
Let’s talk about the top diseases that could really be nutritional deficiencies.
If you have a disease, doctors don’t typically do much of a deep dive into vitamin or mineral deficiencies. They tend to focus more on medications and treatments instead of causes like deficiencies.
A lack of certain nutrients, like vitamins A, D, E, and so many more, can lead to debilitating health conditions. These deficiencies can cause problems with essentially every part of the body.
So, can we create health without nutrients? No, I don’t think so. With nutrients being so important for your health, it makes sense that a lack of nutrients would be involved in disease.
Many recommended foods are more likely to create deficiencies and destroy your health rather than build your health. A lot of foods your body needs are also left out of recommended diets.
Here are a few examples of foods that are often left out of the most commonly suggested diets but are essential to support a healthy body:
• Egg yolks
• Animal protein and animal products
• Red meat
• Fatty fish
• Organ meats
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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps explain how some of the top diseases could really be nutritional deficiencies. I’ll see you in the next video.
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