Soybean oil and canola oil, which have a high omega-6 fat content, have been linked to chronic inflammation.
Omega-6 lipids in excess produce inflammation linked to heart disease, non-alcoholic liver disease, and irritable bowel syndrome.
Refined carbs lack fiber. Fiber slows sugar absorption and feeds probiotic gut bacteria, which boosts immunity.
Without fiber, processed foods increase blood sugar and inflammation. White bread and pasta are inflammatory processed carbohydrates.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common conditions that can be linked to sugar consumption.
A high-sugar diet can cause obesity, heart disease, kidney disease, fatty liver disease, and more.
The health benefits of a small amount of alcohol are well-documented, but drinking too much can have disastrous results
A disorder known as "leaky gut" occurs when the lining of your gut allows toxins from your colon to leak into your bloodstream, causing several health problems.