I overlooked The University of Southern Denmark’s 2008 study myself, but only because further conformational research was done following it. Did I discover what must be described as a landmark study for all of us who believe that fungus causes many human symptoms and diseases that our doctors are currently unaware of? For example, how do we treat Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) infections?
I have an eight-year old son, and I know how challenging it is to think about practical health decisions for our children. I should tell you at the very outset that we are by no means perfect in our approach to great nutrition for our son. If you’re looking for perfection, I’m not your guy. But if you’re looking for a tip or two, I may be able to help.
Honey is one of the few sweeteners allowed on Phase 2. (Honey is still disallowed on Phase 1, because it does have an exceptionally high sugar content.) Honey is generally accepted to be a "healthier" sweetener, and this isn't without reason.
I don’t remember the exact year that The Phase One Diet came together, but I’ve known since I was a teenager that diet affected the way I felt. The Phase One Diet allows meats and most nuts, but completely eliminates sugar and grains.