dough is fermented so it has a prebiotic component, which supports digestive health.
>> CHOOSE HEALTHY PROTEINS. Avoid the preservatives found in processed lunch meats. It’s also very clear that red meat isn’t good for you. Yes, grass-fed beef has fewer inflammatory omega-6s than grain-fed, but most of us don’t really need red meat at all. Better protein sources are beans, tofu, whole grains, and eggs. Smoothies made with whey protein powder are also good. elite athletes recovering from injuries to maintain their fitness level by doing interval sprints in the deep end. You can often experience pain relief after just one session. When you’re hurting, it’s tempting to reach for something that promises fast relief. Make smart decisions or you may pay unintended consequences.
>> OVER-THE-COUNTER PAIN RELIEVERS Acetaminophen (e.g. Tylenol) and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen only mask symptoms. Even more concerning, there are now studies showing that acetaminophen is ineffective for treating osteoarthritis pain (and often toxic). If you have an acute situation, use these drugs at the lowest dose possible for the shortest period of time possible.
>> DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS >> ACTIVE INGREDIENTS Determine the amount of active ingredients you might need by looking for studies that used the active ingredient. If you don’t understand the research studies, print them out and ask your physician or pharmacist for help. Determine the dosage which was used to get positive results. This will help you make sure the product you choose contains the amount of the active ingredient shown to benefit humans. If you don’t get the right amount, you may assume that the ingredient didn’t work well for you, when in fact you just weren’t getting enough of it.
>>SAFETY FIRST Make sure the product you are considering is generally recognized as safe (GRAS). Despite being from natural sources, not all dietary supplements are without potential adverse effects. GRAS ingredients have a leg up on safety compared to the (often unknown) safety of other ingredients.