Fruit and Triglycerides, Fatty Liver and Diabetes with Dr Rick Dina

Let’s face it, there is a lot of poor info and misinformation out there regarding fruit and nutrition.

To help clear some of this up 35+ year raw foodiest and educator Dr. Rick Dina and I go into some common misconceptions about fruit, namely fruit and triglycerides, fatty liver, and diabetes.

Learn a TON more on this Subject by signing up for Dr. Rick’s FREE Upcoming Webinar on Misconceptions About Fruit!

I’m excited to introduce Dr. Rick Dina from rawfoodeducation.com and the Mastering Raw Food Nutrition Education and Educators Course.

Dr. Rick: It’s been a few years since we’ve seen each other in person, but this virtual connection is the next best thing.

Chris: So glad to have you here Dr. Rick!

Be Sure to Watch the Whole Video to learn more about what Dr. Rick has to say about fruit and triglycerides

Dr. Rick has over 35 years of experience on the raw food path and a wealth of knowledge on various topics. He’s got a webinar coming up that tackles the rampant misconceptions about fruit. There’s so much confusion out there, with people saying all sorts of crazy things just for attention. Back in the day, when Dr. Rick started, most information was solid, but in the current information age, there’s a lot of misinformation floating around.

The upcoming webinar, focusing on misconceptions about fruit, will address one common myth that fructose turns into fat in the liver and raises triglycerides, which is a risk factor for cardiovascular issues. Dr. Rick goes into this subject in the video and in the free webinar will show that this oversimplification of fructose’s fate in the body doesn’t consider the metabolic conditions and other factors. He has observed through doing repeated bloodwork on fruit-based raw vegans that many people who consume a high percentage of their calories from fruit have excellent triglyceride levels, far below the recommended range.

It’s essential to debunk these myths because many people miss out on the benefits of fruits due to misinformation. Dr. Rick has seen the positive impact of fruit-based diets on people’s health and well-being through his work with clients. Triglyceride levels are often in a healthy range in high fruit eaters, showcasing the inaccuracies in claims made by controversial figures.

The webinar will delve into this topic, bringing clarity and evidence to dispel the misconceptions about fruit and triglycerides, fatty liver, diabetes, and so much more. It’s time to celebrate the phytonutrients, fiber, and deliciousness of fruit while reaping the numerous health benefits it offers. Don’t miss out on this webinar and the opportunity to gain accurate insights into raw food nutrition. Fruit is a natural, nourishing gift from nature, and it’s time to embrace its goodness with confidence and knowledge.

To Learn a TON more on the subject of fruit and triglycerides be sure to watch the whole video

and check out Dr. Rick’s FREE Upcoming Webinar Here!

For those who watch the video after the webinar and the replay are over, you can see the recording of it, and many other webinars on this page 🙂

Fruit and Triglycerides, Fatty Liver and Diabetes with Dr Rick Dina

If you are Interested in Learning More about the Mastering Raw Food Nutrition Online Course you can sign up to speak with Dr. Rick and Karin Here! 

PS I really can’t recommend their course highly enough, I took it myself and learned a ton. If you are serious about long-term success and spreading top-notch information as well as being equipped to spot all too common misinformation, check it out!

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As Always

Wishing You Much

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