There’s never been a better time to be alive than during this present era when medical research and technological developments have improved the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world. Yet there is still an epidemic in obesity rates and people are suffering from diseases and medical conditions that are essentially a product of the modern, western lifestyle. How could this happen? How can we know and understand so much about the human body yet still suffer from a disturbing increase in diabetes, cancers, heart disease and a host of other ailments that degrade the quality of our lives? The answer lies in our lifestyle choices and, in particular, in our choice of food.
The recent revolution in medical science that stems from the pioneering work of doctors and scientists in the field of Functional Medicine has demonstrated the connection that exists between environmental factors and genetic responses. In other words, if our genes are capable of being switched on and off by everything from air pollution to contamination in our food and water supplies, we now recognise that we can exercise far greater control over our bodies than we previously thought possible. And one of the best places to start is with our food.
The hidden problems with large scale grain consumption have only recently been recognised. The fact is that humans have not adapted very well to consuming grains in our daily diet. The gluten that can be found in grains, especially the hybrid varieties that are present in the modern generation of high-yield wheat, produce an inflammatory response in humans that can lead to a disturbing catalogue of unpleasant health conditions. The answer to this problem is wider ranging than simply avoiding gluten. When we examine our digestive systems and understand the nutritional needs of our bodies, we can obviously choose to exclude substances that are potentially harmful to our long-term health. The intelligent option then is to choose food types that support our wellbeing as well as the optimum functioning of our digestive systems. Research points us clearly in the direction of the food choices of our distant ancestors, which means a significant reduction in grain and carbohydrate consumption and a surprising increase in the use of healthy fats. This reflects a much healthier way of eating and supports a natural metabolic response that encourages fat-burning. So we eat healthy, nutritious, natural and delicious food without worrying about counting calories – and we burn off those unwanted pounds! Sounds like the perfect combination of smart nutrition and a range of phenomenal health benefits and that’s the primary reason why the PKE Diet is sparking an exciting revolution in medical and nutritional circles. Because, exactly as the researchers predicted, it really works.
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