Which fats to use in the kitchen and which to definitely get rid of ?Which healthy fat to heat, and which use only cold ? In the flood of ubiquitous, sometimes contradictory information, it is more difficult to answer unambiguously these or similar questions related to healthy eating. In the flood of ubiquitous, sometimes contradictory information, it is more difficult to answer unambiguously these or similar questions related to healthy eating. That is why this episode of the podcast was created, or rather the entire series …

I invited Grażyna Pajak to record a series of podcasts about the basics of healthy eating. Grażyna is a doctor of biology, she has been dealing with naturotherapy for over 25 years. She has completed post-graduate diet studies. For 18 years, she worked in the Polish National Academy of Science in the biology department as a biologist, and environmentalist, for eight years she lectured at the university the endoecology and dietetics.

She is really a great specialist, and what is very important is that what she says has already been tested by a huge crowd of people, who, by changes in their diet simply regain health, coming out of serious diseases including cancer.

In today’s first episode of the podcast series DGD Health Academy we talk about the essence of healthy eating and the leading theme are fats.

In this podcast episode you will learn :
  • What is nutrition and what is its role in human life
  • How much chemical substances the average person consumes with food during the year
  • What is the regeneration of the body through healthy eating
  • What is Dr. Grace’s diet ? (DGD diet)
  • What fats should be excluded from our diet and why
  • How to “wash” and clarify butter
  • How to make a healthy homemade mayonnaise in 3 minutes
  • Properties of nuts, coconut, milk thistle and rice oils
  • Why to avoid oil from grape seeds and rapeseed
  • What kind of lard is beneficial for health
  • Can olive oil be heated

October 10th, 2017

Posted In: MEDIA, INTERVIEWS

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