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5 Reasons for Disease Pt. 1

by Stephen Santangelo

Let's get right into it; these are 3 out of 5 of the major reasons for disease in the human body.


This quiet killer is the cornerstone of degenerative disease and physical aging.

Inflammation helps your body defend against invaders and repair injuries. But chronic inflammation is different.The good news is that the three primary causes of chronic inflammation are completely within your control by eating right!


When you consume too many carbohydrates or foods prepared in a certain way, compounds called advanced glycation end products (AGEs) form.

These sticky molecules speed up the aging process and cause a steady deterioration of your health.

The good news is that it’s easy to guard against AGEs through proper dietary choices!


The average cell in your body is attacked by more than 10,000 free radicals every day. This “oxidation” process is perfectly natural. Left unchecked, it can lead to rapid physical aging and chronic disease.

This is why eating lots of anti oxidants is so important in your daily diet, much like last night's dinner photos I posted yesterday!

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