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A pretty compelling piece, and one that begs a few questions:
What deeply-embedded prejudices cause our tunnel vision about what leads to health? And WHAT’S THE FREAKIN’ BIG DEAL ABOUT ELIMINATING GLUTEN? JUST DO IT! (This family did, and it paid dividends!)
Does ANY medical professional deserve 100% of our unquestioned trust, given the clear lack of knowledge about nutritional inputs and health?
Should our own instinct always be prioritized first, even if a doctor isn’t on the same page? (And WHY do we feel we need an “official” diagnosis before making our OWN health decisions?)
Why are we so skeptical that a problem or issue could affect us personally, even when it clearly runs in our family?