The Ancestors Diet settles the debate regarding the foods the earliest humans ate and what our bodies were designed to eat with scientific rigor and practical wisdom, drawing from evidence from over two thousand studies and research papers. The evidence illustrates the diet humans were genetically and metabolically designed to eat also happens to be the healthiest, most delicious and colorful diet, along with being one of the least restrictive diets. The Ancestors Diet also happens to be the easiest way to lose weight and keep the weight off. Included in the book are the surprising answers to gluten sensitivity, dairy and other controversial food topics. And the Ancestors Diet is the diet scientifically proven to extend life and reduce the incidence of numerous conditions including heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, asthma, dementia, digestive disorders, liver diseases and strokes, only to list a few. What else would we expect from the diet our bodies were biologically designed to eat?
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About the Author
Case Adams is a California Naturopath with a PhD in Natural Health Sciences, and Board Certified Alternative Medicine Practitioner. He has authored 26 books on natural healing strategies. “My journey into writing about alternative medicine began about 9:30 one evening after I finished with my last patient at the clinic I practiced at over a decade ago. I had just spent the last two hours explaining how diet, sleep and other lifestyle choices create health problems and how changes in these, along with certain herbal medicines and other natural strategies can radically yet safely turn ones health around. As I drove home that night, I realized I needed to get this knowledge out to more people. So I began writing books about health with a mission to reach those who desperately need this information. The strategies in my books are backed by scientific evidence along with wisdom handed down through traditional medicines for thousands of years. I also update my books as new research becomes available.”