Mark Hyman pegan diet food list…
The Pegan diet is not a dogmatic diet, you can mix and match and get all sorts of different eating patterns with this plan.
Food is information and when you understand it’s ability to change your gene expression, your hormones, your immune system, and your brain chemistry, it’s super empowering!
Limit refined processed foods high in sugar and processed flour.
Eats lots of plant foods. It’s a plant-rich diet, not necessarily a plant-based diet. 75% of your plate should not non-starchy vegetables.
Include a lot of healthy fats like nuts in seeds; omega 3-fats in seafood, avocado, and coconut oil.
We need to try to eat foods that sustainable or regeneratively raised or grown; pasture raised eggs and chicken, grass fed meats.
If we’re eating grains we should be eating low glycemic grains and they shouldn’t be in huge amounts. Stick to black rice, amaranth and quinoa. Weird grains that haven’t been messed too much by science.
This is not about deprivation. It’s about eating and loving food that loves you back.
If you want something like dairy then try sheep or goat’s milk. If you want grains, there’s a variety of grains to choose from that are gluten free and low glycemic.
About Mark Hyman, MD
Dr. Mark Hyman is a practicing family physician and an internationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, and advocate in the field of Functional Medicine. He is the founder and director of The UltraWellness Center, the Head of Strategy and Innovation at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, an eleven-time New York Times best-selling author, and Board President for Clinical Affairs for the Institute for Functional Medicine.
He is the host of one of the leading health podcasts, The Doctor’s Farmacy.
Dr. Hyman is a regular medical contributor several television shows and networks, including CBS This Morning, Today, Good Morning America, The View, and CNN. He is also an advisor and guest co-host on The Dr. Oz Show.
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