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Do you want to feel better? Wanna feel good? Be healthier? I do.

OK — I am fortunate to have found something that has helped me improve my life a lot over the past few years. If you have 5 minutes watch this video. It’s from a TV show called “Know The Cause”.

I hate to be preachy, but I have found this little known concept to help others too. Of course most people resist and are skeptical for some reason. Maybe this is exactly what you need right now.

On my pages and groups I often hear people saying they are “sick” with one thing or another. I often hear them say it’s hopeless or incurable or they don’t seem to have any interest in doing something to improve their situation.

All I can say is that this is real and it has been life changing for me – so why not give it 5 minutes to see if you connect with it.

And if you think this is a sales pitch – nope – the only benefit I get is helping people. I don’t make a penny in any way!

> Know The Cause – Phase One Diet

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Is Sugar A Grain?

I really want to be accurate so I can say that SUGAR is a GRAIN but I am finding conflicting info on sugar being a grain.

According to wikipedia it is in the same family as wheat which is definitely a grain…

“Sugarcane belongs to the grass family (Poaceae), an economically important seed plant family that includes maize, wheat, rice, and sorghum and many forage crops. “

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sugarcane

Accoding to Doug Kaufmann – his Phase One Diet page says sugar is a grain:

“While on the Phase one Diet, we avoid all grains – including corn, and sugar, both of which are grains. Seeds are different than grains and sometimes seeds are called false grains, or “pseudo-grains.” Seeds such as sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, quinoa, and chia seeds are permitted on our Phase one diet. On Phase two, moderate use of certain grains like oatmeal or flour tortillas is allowed while continuing to eat pseudo-grains like buckwheat, amaranth and quinoa-again, in moderation.”

http://www.knowthecause.com/index.php/get-started

More on grains at Grain Belly

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