Dr. Nisha Chellam on Seeds and Nuts
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WEEK 3 – SEEDS AND NUTS
Featured Doctor: Nisha Chellam MD
Dr. Nisha Chellam is a board certified Internist, also board certified in Integrative and Holistic medicine, practicing under the principles of functional medicine. Dr. Chellam is Founder of Holistic and Integrative Center of Novi, MI, “Holistic ICON”, where she incorporates Nutrition, Fitness, hormone balance, and permanent weight control. She believes that food is medicine and enjoys living a healthy lifestyle while helping others do the same.
Drink more water, add more seeds to your vegetables, and more nuts as your snack to increase the flow of nutrients through the bloodstream.
Learn more from Dr. Chellam and watch the replay of the Tuesday Live Physicians On Call – Challenge Empowerment Call
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Dr. Chellam’s Challenge to You:
“Add More Seeds and Nuts to Your Vegetables”
Adding seeds to your vegetables increases absorption of nutrients in the bloodstream. These nutrients are the anti-oxidants that reduce damage from free radicals, aging, and decrease the incidents of cancer, improving longevity.
Here are some easy to follow steps to help you meet This Week’s Challenge
- Add seeds to your salads to increase the beta keratin oil absorption of nutrients in the bloodstream. Beta Keratin oils are nutrients that are precursors of Vitamin A that act as antioxidants and reduce the damage from free radicals. A handful of seeds a day keeps disease away.
- Unlock more of the health benefits of nuts, seeds and grains by sprouting. Here’s a quick read to get you started if you’d like to try sprouting for yourself.
- Use this guide to find the most healthful nuts you can eat. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323042.php
Remember, when you add more seeds and nuts to your diet, you increase the chance for weight loss with this healthy snack and improve the flow of nutrients through the bloodstream.
Here are some of Dr. Chellam’s personal favorite resources:
Favorite source of additional info:
1. Biggest Challenge Tip: Start by drinking a lot of water so you pee once an hour. 80% of our body is water, you impact 80% of the functions when you make this shift.
2. Favorite seeds and nuts recipe. Throw in a bunch of greens and mushrooms with onion and garlic (optional), then with the herbs you like (my favorite is mint) blend with cashew or coconut or pine nuts or even tahini and some spices (love cayenne or black pepper and some cumin or coriander with curry powder, pour over the greens and mushrooms and cook in a rice cooker or instant pot with as much liquid( water mostly) and you have a robust soup in 15 min.
3. Favorite Restaurants – Inn Seasons in Royal Oak MI and Raw in Chicago ( the best raw vegan tiramisu)
Learn more from Dr Chellam…
• Sign up for her newsletter: http://holisticicon.com/newsletter/
• Visit her website: www.holisticicon.com
• Check her links to relevant upcoming events : https://www.facebook.com/NishaChellamMD/
TREE NUTS OR PEANUTS FOR BREAST CANCER PREVENTION?
Eating fiber-containing foods—especially nuts—during adolescence may significantly lower the risk of developing potentially precancerous fibrocystic breast disease (fibroadenomas).
Tree Nuts or PeanutsFLAX SEEDS & BREAST CANCER PREVENTION
Young women at high risk for breast cancer given just a teaspoon of ground flaxseeds a day showed fewer precancerous changes.
Flax Seeds and Brest Cancer Prevention
-Find a Plant based Doctor near you to help you transition from an animal protein diet to a plant-based protein diet and help reduce your risk of bone fractures due to loss of calcium – https://www.plantbaseddoctors.org/find… and of course, keep your Subscription active and participate in the Just 1 Thing 4 Health Program.
The 7 Original Heroes of the Movement
IDr. Fuhrman’s practice is based on a nutrition-based approach to obesity and chronic disease, also known as a nutritarian or restrictive diet. He has written several books promoting his dietary approaches, and runs his own line of nutrition-related products; including his book, Eat to Live, that was on the New York Times bestseller paperback list for 90 weeks. Written to assist everyday Americans improve their blood pressure, cholesterol, and much more, Dr. Fuhrman’s six-week plan demonstrates that foods high in nutrients and low in calories allow people to feel fuller for longer. A vegetarian, vegan, low-salt, low-fat and gluten-free diet, Dr. Fuhrman’s nutritarian diet unleashes the body’s ability to heal, achieve optimal weight and slow the ageing process.
Dr. Fuhrman advocates eating at least one pound of raw vegetables and another pound of cooked vegetables each day. He has popularized the notion of nutrient density under his Health Equation: Health = Nutrients/Calories (or, H = N/C). He is also the pioneer of the “Aggregate Nutrient Density Index”, or ANDI, a ranking of foods based on their micronutrient concentration, a measure now adopted by Whole Foods.
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In the News
2] Alzheimer’s: Drugs & Money Remembered, Food Forgotten … Studies, including The China Study. (Campbell and Campbell 2005), show that a dietary lifestyle centered on whole plant-based (WFPB) foods, actually has been shown to reverse or remediate the progression of serious diseases like heart disease, diabetes and many other ailments. And now, a relatively large amount of evidence is showing that this same dietary lifestyle is likely to profoundly slow down (possibly stop) the progression of Alzheimer’s disease as well.
3] The 6th Annual International Plant-based Nutrition Healthcare Conference (PBNHC) in CA. … Organizers anticipate more than 1,000 health care professionals from over 25 countries to attend. This groundbreaking plant-based conference, held in California, was started by The Plantrician Project, a U.S.-based non-profit with the mission to produce educational events, tools and resources for physicians and those they serve about the evidence-based efficacy of whole food, plant-based nutrition. Susan Benigas, The Plantrician Project Founder and Co-founder of the International Plant-based Nutrition Healthcare Conference, told Plant Based News: “Plantrician, as you might assume, is where ‘physician’ and ‘plant-based nutrition’ merge.
5] Just 1 Thing 4 Health Program – The Success Continues!
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Tips from the Kitchen
Cook time: 55 mins
Total time: 1 hour 10 mins
Serves: Serves: 4 to 6 (makes 3.5 cups)Click this link or the Image and check out the recipe details
Whole Food, Plant-Based Resources
https://nutritionstudies.org/evidence-nut-consumption-human-health/Which nut is better for preventing cancer? Let’s see what Dr. Greger has to say in this short, informative video.
From all of us at Hippocrates Docs, on behalf of Just 1 Thing 4 Health,
have a great week and remember your Challenge for this week is to:
“Eat More Seeds and Nuts”
Here’s to your good health and learning more about how food can be your medicine.