Eating For Longevity: Health Boosting Staples of The Italian Diet

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by The Dr. Gundry Podcast

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02.22.2022



Eat for longevity? It’s possible. For more info about key Italian foods for health, keep reading on the blog: http:///italians-healthiest-people/ & http:///the-mediterranean-diet/

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  5. Alexis

    I’m going to begin eating shrimp shells now, hope it’s good.
    Is high protein important and healthy to maintain?

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  6. Steve Bryan

    Dr Grundry, you say that we should consume lots of olive oil. I read that 70 % of olive oils are either fake or are diluted with cheaper much worse oils like canola. Can you suggest source of or a pure olive oil brand. I would very much like to comply with your suggestion of consuming lots of this great oil. I have at least 2 1/2  gal of olive oil that did not pass the freeze test and I have to throw it out.

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  7. Steve Bryan

    Dr Grundry, you say that we should consume lots of olive oil. I read that 70 % of olive oils are either fake or are diluted with cheaper much worse oils like canola. Can you suggest source of or a pure olive oil brand. I would very much like to comply with your suggestion of consuming lots of this great oil. I have at least 2 1/2  gal of olive oil that did not pass the freeze test and I have to throw it out.

    Reply
  8. James Lunceford

    Dr. Gundry, I would like to have a small 6 oz glass of red wine with my evening meal but, with so many different brands and kinds of red wines I am very confused. Is their a wine made with a certain type of grape I should look for? How will I know I am not just wasting my money with out any real good benefits? Thank you,, love your videos and podcasts.

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  9. Mansour Bendago

    Back in Libya that was our diet
    Olive oil
    Pasta
    Home cooked food
    No pizza
    No cereal
    No junk food
    We had an Italian influence on our diet because of the Italian occupation for 30 years

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  10. Christopher Ellis

    Resveritrol is found in grape skins, so eat grapes , raisins, and sultanas!

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  11. skippy d

    Your diet seems excellent.
    What is you recomendation for consuming foods that grow above the ground , exposed to the sprays from the chem trails and exposure to nano contamination?

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  12. Mary Ellen Erdman

    Thanks you Dr. Gundry for your straight talk. I am going to give your plan a try. Love the glasses 🙂

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  13. Elizabeth Kent

    I enjoyed all your videos!! Like to watch and hear you talking about it. Constructive videos snd learn a lot from them. Thank you Dr. Gundry. PS. We live in Naples, Italy for 3 years (my husband was stationed there) enjoy their food not only pizza and pasta like you said but other healthy things too. Beautiful place and people.😊

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  14. Karen Lucci

    Another great video. Thanks.

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  15. Marvin Roberts

    Dr. Gundry,
    My maternal grandparents came from Italy and we never had pizza! We had plenty of chicken and rabbit and egg dishes along with large green salads with oil (olive, of course) and vinegar and just a little parmesno to taste. Thanks for this video.

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  16. DORIS CONNOR

    Thanks Dr Gundry. i eat all of these foods. I enjoy your videos. Keep them coming.
    Doris Connor

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  17. GP

    Thanks for the tips, Dr. Gundry.

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  18. lindaheimueller

    I like all the products I have chosen from you and find my body now craves eating better. Thank you for your updates

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  19. Steve Blaskowsky

    I mix about 2 ounces of red wine with Gundry's Vital Reds…Tastes great.

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  20. Josianne Fox

    Amazing! I love the Plant Paradox book!

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  21. corinne mirer

    Great info and great video….TU….OH and I am an Italian American  LOL

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  22. Tim Hogg

    Thanks. Great video about healthy food. Plus these are foods we can find in the Midwest where we live. Thanks for looking out for us Dr. Gundry.

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  23. Alberto Meza-Morales

    Gracias a lot Dr. Gundry for this interesting video that definitively share key point for a better and healthy life. I will keep it in when making my food choices daily. En hora Buena, Alberto (Northern Canada)

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  24. Florence Tosch

    Hmmm … I already eat all of those things … love sardines and wild caught salmon. Leave the red wine for someone else.

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  25. David Osaduke

    At 76th year on the planet, my health is not suffering and all the items on your video are a natural portion of my shopping list. Love your Green Smoothie! Am reviewing your book for a second time. Refuse to eliminate my beer at the baseball, basketball and hockey games though 🙂 . Does that mean I won't make it to 250?

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  26. Liz M

    Great video. I eat most of these anyway and will continue to do so. Their always on my shopping list. Thanks Dr. Gundry.

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  27. Buddhababe

    Thanks Dr. Gundry – great info as usual (and a FAB tie)

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  28. Joe Bower

    Thanks Doc, I'll be taking you up on theses tips.

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  29. Delynn Coleman

    The good thing is that I was raised eating these very good things! Mostly raised in the garden by my mother. I'm now 68 and Dad lived to be 91 and Mom 92, both very active up until the last couple of years. I highly recommend your eating system!

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  30. Frankie Clement

    Hello Dr. Gundry. Thank you for another helpful video. Your book was recommended to me by Dr. Dale Bredeson, ( I am his barber ). Reading your book has completely changed how I think about food and I have been following your protocol for a week now. What a difference! Mood is greatly improved, arthritis pain almost gone, sleeping better, bouncing through the day. I'm not even hungry anymore, which has been a lifelong struggle for me. If I feel this much better after only a week, I can only imagine the future! At 62 I had given up on my health, now I feel bright and happy and hopeful for the future. Thank you for changing my life.

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  31. April Soncrant

    Most of these foods are a staple in my pantry. I'll be adding hazelnuts and sardines on the next trip to the grocery store, to give some variety. Your "Diet Evolution" book has been eye opening, explaining why I stalled out on the Paleo diet. I've been following your plan for a week and see a break in my plateau, losing almost 1/2 pound per day in the teardown phase. Thank you.

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  32. Susie

    Thank you for this video. I eat as much like an Italian as I can and have been missing my tomatoes, aubergines and peppers!

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  33. B Saver

    Alcohol is hypoglycemic

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  34. MillionaireMama

    Hello Dr. Gundry,
    What do you think about avocado seed tea? I cut up the seeds and boil. Delish, but is it healthy?

    Reply

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