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Ethnic and paleolithic diet: Where do they stand in inflammation alleviation? A discussion

S Patel, HAR Suleria

Journal of Ethnic Foods | Published : 2017


The current food options, especially in the Western countries, are acidogenic, which reduce extracellular pH and perturb ionic homeostasis. The acidity-activated enzymes mediate a large panel of chronic and acute diseases. To quell the morbidities and mortalities associated with the metabolic syndromes, nonpharmacologic approaches are preferred. Dietary interventions are critical in this regard. Among the array of dietary patterns, paleo diet has garnered much attention in the last decade. This diet rich in phytochemicals and unsaturated fatty acids is deemed wholesome for the body. Several studies have proven this claim, yet their nutritional adequacy for all age groups is contentious. The ..

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