If you had asked me five years ago whether I was optimistic or pessimistic about our future table, I would have told you with conviction that we were on a collision course with disaster. However, in the past two and a half years I’ve experienced a dramatic change in my own health, overcoming an “incurable” autoimmune disease without invasive medical treatment. I’ve experienced firsthand how a poor relationship with food can make wellness a brutally difficult endeavor. And I have also experienced how a positive relationship with food — eschewing processed foods, sugars and most grains and embracing healthy fats, proteins and vegetables, as humans have done for the majority of our existence — can make wellness a reality.
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