“Toxic Superfoods” is a must-read for anyone seeking to live a healthy life

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“Toxic Superfoods” is a must-read for anyone seeking to live a healthy life. The author, Sally K. Norton, MPH, exposes the dark side of so-called “superfoods” and the chemical toxins known as oxalates that lurk within them. She argues that consuming a diet overloaded with these toxins can lead to fatigue, inflammation, anxiety, recurrent injuries, and chronic pain, despite a person’s best efforts to eat healthily.

After suffering from chronic health problems herself, Norton discovered that the source of her issues was the oxalates in her “healthy” organic plant-based diet. In this groundbreaking guide, she provides a complete and research-backed program to safely reverse the harmful effects of these toxins.

How Oxalate Overload Is Making You Sick--and How to Get Better

The book also includes comprehensive charts and resources on foods to avoid and better alternatives, as well as guidance to improve energy levels, mood, brain performance, and relieve chronic pain. Norton challenges the popular notion that eating more plants is always a good thing and provides a fresh perspective on the topic.

In short, “Toxic Superfoods” is a must-read for anyone who wants to take control of their health and make informed food choices. The book provides valuable insights and practical solutions to help you achieve vibrant health and wellness.

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Sally K. Norton MPH

Sally K. Norton holds a nutrition degree from Cornell University and a master’s degree in Public Health. In her career she has worked in medical education, public health research, and holistic healing. Sally is a leading expert on dietary oxalate. Her work has been featured by podcasters, radio shows, and several journals.

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Longevity.Science Founder and Editor, is a healthspan hacker and entrepreneur. Following applying longevity science insights to her own life, and healing from a debilitating health condition, it has become her passion to make this knowledge accessible. Maya writes about longevity science, technology and the behavioral interventions that can help you maintain bodily and mental function for as close as possible to the end of life.

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