The Lectin Free Slow Cooker: Easy,Healthy and Yummy Lectin Free Slow Cooker Recipes For Smart People to Lose Weight


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What are Lectins?

Lectins are proteins in plants. They are found in things like beans, legumes, whole grains, and even certain vegetables. Lectins are thought to be present in certain plant-based foods as a way to keep insects away. However, lectins can cause digestive distress among other health issues. Lectins are also commonly referred to as anti-nutrients. This is because they happen to block the absorption of certain nutrients

Many people experience digestive distress when lectins are consumed undercooked, and some people can’t tolerate lectins at all, cooked or not. There are some ways you can decrease the lectin in content in food which includes peeling and deseeding your veggies, boiling, and pressure cooking. Sprouting and fermentation may also be helpful.

What is a Lectin Free Diet?

So, what is a lectin free diet? A lectin free diet is one that eliminates lectins from the diet which is thought to help prevent inflammation and digestive issues.

What foods will you avoid? Here are some foods high in lectins.
Grains
Legumes (beans, lentils, peanuts, peas)
Nightshade veggies (tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, potatoes)
Conventionally raised animal products (they are often fed corn and grains)
A2 milk
Corn

What foods will you eat? There are a ton of delicious foods you will be able to consume on this diet. Some of which include:
Dark leafy greens
Garlic
Onion
Avocados
Olives & olive oil
Cooked sweet potatoes
A2 organic milk
Pasture-raised animal products

If you follow a lectin free diet, I hope you find this cookbook helpful, and that these recipes become staples in your home! They were designed to help you feel good without sacrificing flavor and reduce the stress surrounding cooking.

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