I’m francklyn it’s nice streaming from your blog, keep up with the good work..
Meanwhile I used to have flat tummy before, but of recent my tummy annoys me each time i look at it.. But i know it my fault anyway because what i do then, i do them no more, but reading from your blog now have given me the courage to go back to my normal tummy.
Question i want to ask is, how was it possible that i have pot belly while i do abdominal exercise and i eat healthy food at least twice in a while???
Due i don’t eat fruits regularly.. Please help
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This was a very informative article as I have an autoimmune disease. I have had it for 19 years. It is getting better over the years from me changing my eating habits. However, I have never been told by my neurologist or primary Dr. anything such as is in this excellent information Dr. Kim has provided. I gave up pork 19 years ago because it gave me extreme headaches, and they said it caused my polymyositis because I was producing too many enzymes. I gave up beef when watching an anti-meat documentary on how cows were killed. I gave up chicken when fasting and realizing I wasn't in pain, after having been for 17 years, from not eating chicken. I only eat fish now hoping to alleviate that also. I have started juicing, smoothying and eating more vegetables and fruits. From reading this article it looks like I need to eat less fruit and more vegetables. I have incorporated 5 Super Greens, Vegetable based protein for days when I don't juice. My health is getting better each year, but this article will help me to heal even faster. Thanks much for your clear and methodical way of explaining the digestive system and meat based protein and its affect on the body and how to prevent and heal autoimmune disease.