Well, back to my Mantra, the more man refines foods, the more the foods get screwed up and the more they can screw you up! This is further supported by yet another study, this time it's all the way from Israel.
In a recent study, Dr. Michael Shechter of Tel Aviv University's Sackler School of Medicine and the Heart Institute of Sheba Medical Center brings to light that foods like cornflakes, white break, french fries and sweetned soda all lead to heart disease.
"Foods like cornflakes, white bread, french fries, and sweetened soda all put undue stress on our arteries. We've explained for the first time how high glycemic carbs can affect the progression of heart disease."
So, before you reach for your cornflakes or butter up that white bread toast in the morning, read a synopsis of the study by Dr. Jonny Bowden and thing again.
For breakfast, fruit, steel cut oats, natural organic pastured whole eggs and some raw buttered sprouted grain toast is the way to go. At least in my opinion.
Here's a link to the original study: Dr. Michael Shechter of Tel Aviv University Study on High Glycemic Foods and Heart Disease
Dr. Narson is a 2-term past president of the Florida Chiropractic Association’s Council on Sports Injuries, Physical Fitness & Rehabilitation and was honored as the recipient of the coveted Chiropractic Sports Physician of the Year Award in 1999-2000. He practices in Miami Beach, Florida at the Miami Beach Family & Sports Chiropractic Center; A Facility for Natural Sports Medicine.