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Teach Me in 10 – Not All Plants Want To Be Eaten With Dr Steven Gundry

Video   Aug 13, 2020


In this installment of Teach Me in 10 we're joined by the New York Times best-selling author of "The Plant Paradox" and former cardiac surgeon Dr Steven Gundry. Dr Gundry runs a clinic in America and is an active researcher who states that lectins – a type of protein produced by plants found in many foods – cause inflammation that is underlying many modern diseases.

In less than 10 minutes, Dr Gundry takes us back to the beginning of his journey with lectin research and discuses his work on treating modern day diseases with a change in diet.

You can visit Dr Gundry's website to learn more about his work.

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