LECTIN FREE (A Better understanding of how your damaging your digestive tract)
A funny thing happen this morning. I was working on my website making revisions and adjustments to the many venues that I offer to you. Then suddenly my wife offered her two cents on this topic of "Lectin. She says its not a diet but a different way of what we are eating and the effects it has on our digestive tract.
It's not a diet but a different way of how we look at every day produce. vegetables, fruits and dairy. Once you understand the effect of certain foods, and start eating the right products, you will lose weight just by changing your choices.
Yes, there are thousand of advocates promoting the Lectin Free approach and there are thousands of Lectin Free Cookbooks but after my research, there isn't a Asian Lectin Free Cookbook. I guess I'll be the first.
I will be listing ALL Lectin Free recommended products from Meats, Seafood, Vegetables, oils and dairy. So, if your interested it will be listed and when I offer a Zoom Virtual Cooking Class, you'll see exactly what products are acceptable.
Right now based on the list, I've created a "Lectin Free: recipe and is being kitchen tested on taste and consistency.
So, be patient and if the recipe meets Chef Woo Can's approval, I'll be rolling it out asap.
The idea of learning about Lectin and the potential damage it can have on your digestive tract has caused numerous ailments as a result to your digestive tract.
Certain fruits, nuts, legumes, vegetables, fruits, oil, flour, starches may do harm than good to our digestive lining. The idea of substituting or refocusing on how we look at our intake of produce will benefit our digestive tract and eat in a better way.
Oh, the question is, where do I get the ingredients. Initially, the supermarkets are always slow to stock ingredients for special diets but when the press got hold of it and advertising focused o it and customers asked about it, then these same grocery stores and supermarkets started to stock up. From Walmart to Target to Shop Rite and even Amazon.com are stocking up on the ingredients necessary to make these recipes.
So, check into Chef Woo Can Virtual Cooking Class and start to see some creative recipes focusing on Asian recipes using lectin free ingredients.
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