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Nutrition is a central component to your health whether you pay attention to it or not. The residents of Beverly are subject to the same lies that continue to make the rest of the world sick and fat.

Each one of the following myths are embedded as cultural norms. They are the accepted “standard” when it comes to nutritional decision making. When you don’t consider the impact of your food choices on how your body functions, you’re left to pay the price for what are often believed to be solid and smart decisions.

Sadly, these decisions lie at the root of Beverly’s declining health status and the consequences will continue to be far reaching and long lasting.

Each one of these lies could be full, detailed blog posts but for now, let me create some mental chaos by giving you some food for thought.


Everything in Moderation

This mantra is repeated by almost everyone who struggles with the consistency it takes to see results in any area. With nutrition it is the primary rationalization for eating just about anything you want without acknowledging the repercussions.


Meat is Bad for Health

Unprocessed meat has no significant association with cardiovascular disease or type II diabetes and is the most nutrient dense food on the planet.


Vegetable Oil is Heart Healthy

Highly processed seed and vegetable oils increase inflammation and contribute to cardiovascular disease.


Fat Makes You Fat

As odd as it may sound fat does not make you fat…at least not when consumed in conjunction with a moderation protein, carbohydrate appropriate diet.


Saturated Fat is Evil

Repeated studies have shown no association between saturated fat intake and cardiovascular disease. Saturated fat is also a stable fat full of nutritious fat-soluble vitamins.


Grains are a Super Food

Gluten has been a health hot button for the past decade. Is it toxic or neutral? But there is a much better reason to remove wheat and most other grains from your diet. Simply put…they’re just not that nutritious. Any nutrient you can get in a grain, you can find with other food choices in higher quantities, more bio-available and with less potentially toxicity.


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Dr. Derek Gallant has committed himself to helping others live the best life possible. After graduating from Wesleyan University, he received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Life Chiropractic College West where he finished 2nd in his class. He is the owner of Beverly Family Chiropractic and co-founder of The Well Family Foundation. Dr. Gallant is certified through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) in the Webster technique, an analysis focused on assisting pregnant women in a healthy pregnancy and natural birth. He has inspired thousands of people to take control of their own health using the Life By Design method. Apart from full time practice you can find Derek at the parks and coffee shops around Beverly with his family, training hard at the gym, or at the beach surfing.

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