The caffeine in your coffee is a simple nervous system stimulant. It fakes your brain into thinking that it's okay and actually masks low blood sugar.
At 16 years old, I grew gravely ill. I developed debilitating arthritis that moved through my body making it hard to walk or even hold a pencil.
I was encouraged to eat the ‘best part of the meal,’ the meat. It took time, a move to the US, and The China Study to clarify there is no place on my plate for meat.
After my parents got divorced, my dad had to learn how to cook for himself, and he patiently allowed me into the kitchen with him as he figured it out.
This is a story is about food, science, and love.