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Table of Contents
                            Title Page
Copyright
Table of Contents
Dedication
Introduction
PART I ENDING FOOD CONFUSION, FEAR, AND INSECURITY
PART II WHAT THE HECK SHOULD I EAT?
	Meat
	Poultry and Eggs
	Milk and Dairy
	Fish and Seafood
	Vegetables
	Fruit
	Fats and Oils
	Beans
	Grains
	Nuts and Seeds
	Sugar and Sweeteners
	Beverages
PART III WHAT ELSE YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FOOD
	Things to Keep Out of Your Food
	Things You Can Add to Your Diet
	Good Health Starts in the Kitchen
PART IV THE PEGAN DIET AND HOW TO EAT FOR LIFE
	Before the Diet, the Detox
	The Pegan Diet
	Meal Plan and Recipes
Acknowledgments
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grains can be served as side dishes, cooked in water or
broth, and flavored with whatever vegetables, herbs, and
spices you prefer.

Buckwheat, from which pancakes, soba noodles, and
kasha are made (it’s a cousin of rhubarb, not wheat at all,
despite the name)
Whole-kernel rye (if you’re not gluten-sensitive)
Amaranth
Millet
Teff
Sorghum
Black rice
Brown rice
Red rice
Wild rice (actually a seed)
And the current champion weird grain: quinoa, also a
non-grain; it’s technically a pseudo-grain, related to
beetroots and tumbleweeds, but it cooks like a grain,
looks like a grain, and is supernutritious
Non-GMO whole corn

White rice is not always bad. New research has found that
when white rice and white potatoes are cooked and then
allowed to cool, they develop something called resistant
starch, which resists digestion, a good thing. It also provides

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fuel for healthy bacteria in your gut and helps improve
metabolism. Cook. Cool. Warm gently. Enjoy.

Wheat (try einkorn or ancient wheat)
Barley
Rye
Spelt
Kamut
Farro
GMO wheat
Bulgur
Oats
Semolina
Couscous
Any refined grains

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* Chromium, alpha-lipoic acid, cinnamon, and green tea catechins are usually
found combined in special blood sugar–balancing supplements; check your local
health food store or go to www.foodthebook.com/resources to purchase the 10-
Day Detox Kit.

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