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    Budget-Friendly Lectin-Free Meals You Should Try

    Budget-Friendly Lectin-Free Meals You Should Try

    Going lectin-free can be a big adjustment, for both your family’s health and your household budget. After all, some of the most common and affordable pantry staples are high in dietary lectins. These include nightshade vegetables (such as white potatoes and eggplants), beans and legumes (especially red kidney beans) and wheat and grains.1 But eating […]

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    What To Eat When You’re Starting A Lectin-Free Diet

    What To Eat When You’re Starting A Lectin-Free Diet

    People are often surprised when they learn that some “healthy” foods can actually damage their body. That’s right, some studies are now showing that some fruits and vegetables are not as good for you as originally thought due to a naturally occurring protein called lectins.1 If you’re at your wit’s end with gut health or […]

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    A Comprehensive List of “Deadly” Nightshades

    A Comprehensive List of “Deadly” Nightshades

    Nightshade vegetables are notoriously mysterious. And if you’re served anything from the nightshade vegetable list, you have good reason to be wary. Nightshade vegetables can be dangerous to your health. That’s why the term “nightshades” is so apropos. The label implies danger. Foods on the nightshades vegetable list might appear harmless, but some could cause […]

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    Reducing Dietary Lectins: Do Almonds Have Lectins?

    Reducing Dietary Lectins: Do Almonds Have Lectins?

    Do almonds have lectins? It’s a great question. In fact, you might’ve noticed that almonds are not found on Dr. Gundry’s “Yes” or “No” food lists. So, are they okay to eat? Let’s look at the different types of almonds (and almond products), how to safely eat them, and how to reduce dietary lectins in […]

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