The slides from Stigs presentation in Fukuoka is avaliable here.
The slides are avaliable here.
En artikel i Läkartidningen om köttkonsumtionens konsekvenser för hälsa och miljö. Läs den här.
- Minimizing intake of insulinogenic foods such as refined carbohydrates; cereals, bread, sweats, cookies, rice, pasta, cooked tubers incl. potatoes, foods, which are absorbed high in the small intestine and of minimal benefit to microbiota.
- Keeping a daily intake of fructose below 25 gram a day.
- Minimizing their intake of dairy products especially butter, cheese and milk powder, rich in saturated fats, hormones and growth factors such as IGF1, and to reduce meat intake, especially inflammation-inducing processed and cured meat such as bacon and sausages, this far though only fat demonstrated to being detrimental to microbiota.
- Dramatically increasing the intake of fresh and raw greens, fresh spices and vegetables, rich in antioxidants, fibers, minerals and nutrients, but also inflammation-controlling factors such as curcumin, resveratrol – some of which most likely are of great importance for diversity, replication, growth and functions of the microbiota and for immune development and immune functions of the body.
- Minimizing intake of foods, which are heated above 100o C known to be rich in the inflammation-inducing molecules AGEs and ALEs, foods heated above 130 Co, which with increase in temperature becomes increasingly rich in pro-inflammatory and carcinogenic substances such acrylamide and heterocyclic amines. This means avoiding fried and grilled foods but also toasted and high-temperature baked breads.
- Minimizing exposure to microbe-derived highly inflammation-inducing endotoxin, especially rich in meat hung for several days, hard cheeses, pork and ice-creams.
- Eliminating/minimizing intake of foods rich in proteotoxins such as casein, gluten and zein.
- Seeking out and consuming ancient anti-oxidant-rich, high fiber, low-calorie containing grains such as buckwheat, amaranth, chia, lupin, millet, quinoa, sorghum, taro, teff etc, and also increasing the intake of beans, peas, chickpeas, lentils, nuts and almonds – all extraordinary rich in nutrients and minerals – all prepared for eating by low-temperature cooking – all most likely of importance for maintenance of a rich microbiota.
- Restricting intake of chemicals including pharmaceutical drugs to only what is absolutely nessessary as most likely most chemicals are detrimental to microbiota.
- Supplement of large doses of vitamin D and omega fatty acids, both important in control of inflammation and for function of microbiota.
The story of how Adama Malveklint cured her severe psoriasis, a disease that she had since she was a Child. She simply changed Lifestyle and her eating habits. The Lifestyle that cured her is ,such similar to what we recommend – see Healthy Living.
I en debattartikel av Stig Bengmark publicerad i Göteborgs Posten ifrågasätter klokskapen i att satsa på elitforskare för att gynna Sverige och svensk forskning. Läs artikeln.
Stig will give a talk at the Institute of Hepatology, London, 2012-09-26. Click here for slides.
Stig gave a talk at the Croatian Society of Clinical Nutrition, Croatian Medical Association, Croatian Institut of Nutrition & In pharm – Croatian journal for pharmastists in Zagreb 2012-09-13.
Click here for slides.