Listen: Keane, United States, Javale discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"More than it was in the past and that decreases uses the beneficial vitamins minerals and antioxidants. When you're eating from these largely conventionally grown crops well some would say that perhaps apps eating organic is the solution to that while some studies suggest that organically grown foods contain more nutrients than non organic foods other studies? He's have concluded there's no significant differences in furthermore for most of human history. Our ancestors ate now nearly extinct and hard to find dense cell rich carbohydrates in the form of foods such as wild tubers and cellular grains like what Keane want amaranth millet. That's in contrast to the refined a cellular grains and white rice that primarily comprise our modern carbohydrate hydrate intake and I'll put links in the show notes if you want to dig more deeply into the difference between cellular an ace cellular carbohydrate the hydrate but the general idea is that cellular carbohydrates are starches that are bound up in plant cell walls US whereas an a cellular carbohydrate is something in which the cell wall has been broken down right so a cellular carbohydrate would be in another example in addition to those already given like a carrot right whereas an ace cellular carbohydrate would be wheat flour or refined sugar and largely the the the type of carbohydrates that we tend to eat. Are these a cellular carbohydrates which are less nutrient dense now the other advantage Javale cellular carbohydrate is those provide the essential prebiotics that help our probiotic bacteria flourish now along the same lines and the abundance of refined carbohydrates and processed foods can create significant blood sugar swings and glycemic variability that our ancestors probably also also didn't deal with two as great extent and glance at a coffee shop display case or hotel breakfast bar that features bagels and muffins and sugary cereals. Explains why many people need a snack.."