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No, it does'nt. 'Raw food cult science'. Bizarre statement.
What moron would confuse a nettle for a nightshade???
Cooking does make certain foods such as those with vitamin C lose nutrition, but also gain digestibility of protein. It is simply about education, you don't cook fruit, but you do cook beans and meats!
Have you seen the morons we're raising in this country lately? I've been trying to hire a simple server for my diner since New Years and its not simple anymore for the employee that come in these days with ZERO common sense. You have to tell them the same things over and over or they don't just won't move. When training starts with how to CLOSE the refridge, SHUT THE LIGHTS OFF at the end of day and USE HOT WATER when doing dishes you have to wonder.
P.s. when you say "These days…" you come off like an angry old man. You might as well be saying "You kids get off my lawn" If ANYONE needs a nice cup of rooibos tea (as I'm sure he'd love to serve me a large cup of STFU) it's gene978.
I think Dr. Greger addresses this issue in another video. Some foods loose more nutrition than others in the cooking process, but it also has the side effect of making the nutrition still in the food more assimilable. Also you can minimize nutrient loss through methods such as steaming and boiling. All in all I think he said having some raw food in the diet is good but that the argument that raw food was more nutrient dense didn't always pan out, so eat both.
im going to go spear some nettle so i can absorb its super powers for my ultimate purpose
On the contrary just the opposite! You're wrong on every count. To bad, no intelligence from the Bitch gallery. My guests are always amazed how long my help stays. Today's help is not help. Sry to say they're BRAIN DEAD!
I prefer nettle soup, nomnomno.:)
Thanks for posting!
i eat nettles off the plant, never stung my mouth but you have to know how to fold them and not to let them touch your lips!
minimize nutrient loss by boiling..? i think you may want to check that..
Thank you for all of your excellent work, Dr Greger! I'm a clinical herbalist and I'd like to share some information about how stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) is used in clinical practice. Trained herbalists wouldn't recommend the dose mentioned here. We use standard infusions made with 1oz dried herb and 1 quart of water infused for at least four hours. That standard brew has much, much, more nutritional value than the preparation mentioned here. As you know, dosing is crucial!
I could come up with Spanish subtitles please?
since when is natural trace flouride a bad mineral akin to mercury and lead?
As long as you drink the water used for boiling the food.
There is some suspicion about herbal teas although that is because in the store lots of them are actually not very good ones. Many conventional tisanes on the market for one thing have artificial flavorings and sometimes even top calories. If one sticks to a plain good herbal tea which tastes all right thats the thing to do unless you are using it only purely for medicinal reason
Okay if it lowers testosterone I might limit it. I've been drinking at least a cup a day.
If you're anything like me and drink tea by the bucketload with multiple re-used bags hanging in the cup (OK, OK yeah I have a problem, sheesh), those mineral traces add up to significance quite fast.
Does this tea Roy Boss (Rooibos) affect adrenal functions?
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