If you've tried any of the trending diet or nutrition programs recently, you may be confused and overwhelmed.
Is fat the cause of heart disease? Are carbs the cause of weight gain and diabetes? Do I need to go vegan to be healthy? What about gluten and dairy and macronutrient counts and intermittent fasting?
No wonder we're all confused.
The problem is that most of these ideas (and the research behind them) aren't being applied to a world where food is just food. We've processed and stripped the vital nutrients from much of our food in the name of shelf stability, convenience, and an overdeveloped sweet tooth.
Back when food came mostly from farms in fairly natural states, eating fewer calories than you burn probably did a nice job of keeping you healthy and trim (diseases notwithstanding). Unfortunately, our food landscape is quite a bit different now.
28 Days To Clean books show you how to navigate our current food system in a simple way that strips out all the fads and gimmicks and just gets back to real food. Imagine a way to eat that just makes sense and works. That's 90/10 Nutrition and 28 Days To Clean.