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Jana Valenzano

Chef Jana Lee The Food Coach
Food Intolerance

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Prescott, AZ
09/07/2018 at 9:33 pm
One of the main sources of uric acid in the diet is red meat. Seafood and fish are other major sources of uric acid in the diet. Fatty fish such as tuna, mackerel, herring and anchovies, as well as lobster, scallops and shrimp, all contain significant levels of uric acid. Alcohol, especially beer, is important to consider in regard to high levels of uric acid. While they do not contain purines or uric acid themselves, beer and other alcoholic drinks increase the production of purines in the bo
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Prescott, AZ
08/12/2018 at 5:01 pm
I actually believe this is number one and eating for compatibility is critical! Eating for Compatibility~ They may say this food is good for you and this food does this and this food does that, but if it is causing inflammation in the body and the body is constantly in recovery mode, the body is never getting ahead when it’s in constant RECOVERY ! Besides....you are what you assimilate and digest, hopefully with as little inflammation as possible.
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Prescott, AZ
03/08/2018 at 12:35 pm
Foods can be very very complex. A raw carrot can give someone the hiccups but when the carrot is cooked, it can affect that same person in a positive way, such as a laxative effect and soothing to the digestive tract and colon. As for carrot juice, it ripped up their intestines and nearly put them in the hospital. When the molecular structure of a food is changed in any way, it can react different in the body. https://chefjanalee.com
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Prescott, AZ
03/08/2018 at 11:17 am
Removing trigger foods from your diet that are creating inflammation is the most profound step one can make when seeking improvement with their health. https://chefjanalee.com
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Prescott, AZ
03/08/2018 at 10:44 am
Which protein do I eat? One person's food is another person's poison https://chefjanalee.com/which-protein-do-i-eat%3F
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Prescott, AZ
03/07/2018 at 9:50 pm
Any symptom that creates mucous, allergies, sore tongue, acne, gut pain, vomiting, diarrhea, leaky gut, hemorrhoids, runny nose, sore throat, arthritis, brain fog, anger, depression, hyperactivity, chemical imbalances or any painful experience you may have, can be due to food intolerance, malabsorption, chemical incompatibility, allergic reactions, no alkaline reserve, lectin intolerance, genetic mutations, lack of methylation or lack of gut integrity.
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Prescott, AZ
03/07/2018 at 7:47 pm
What form of MSG affected your brain today? Hidden names of MSG, example "natural flavors" by Sherry A.Rogers M.D. The book is called "No More Heartburn" Just because it's vegan or Paleo, watch the ingredients you place in your recipes! Chef Jana Lee works with "whole foods" only! No flours, no preservatives, food enhancers etc.
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Prescott, AZ
02/21/2018 at 9:14 pm
Foods can be very very complex. A raw carrot can give someone the hiccups but when the carrot is cooked, it can affect that same person in a positive way, such as a laxative effect and soothing to the digestive tract and colon. When the molecular structure of a food is changed in any way, it can react different in the body. https://chefjanalee.com
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Prescott, AZ
02/21/2018 at 7:53 pm
"One person's food can be another person's poison". I know people that can only eat cooked tomatoes or sun dried tomatoes because a RAW tomato will put them into bronchial havoc! Indeed, some people do appear to react to tomatoes, but this is more likely to be due to something called pollen food allergy syndrome or oral allergy syndrome, not lectin induced. https://chefjanalee.com
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Prescott, AZ
02/21/2018 at 6:10 pm
Welcome to the delicious flour free, dairy free cuisine Working with the dietary challenged. Inflammation? Autoimmune? Food Intolerant? Via Skype, Facetime or Face to Face! https://chefjanalee.com/foods-r-responsible
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