Discussion: I went to a certified dietitian and certified naturopath and got completely different recommendations! The dietitian supports eating meat, poultry, fish, and dairy products, while the naturopath strongly opposes them! It is not clear to me where such gaps

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I went to a certified dietitian and certified naturopath and got completely different recommendations! The dietitian supports eating meat, poultry, fish, and dairy products, while the naturopath strongly opposes them! It is not clear to me where such gaps

Patients with chronic liver diseases must adhere to a particularly anti-inflammatory diet. I recommend that patients with liver diseases stick to the balanced diet described in detail in the article in the attached link.

Although nutrition is rightly perceived as a science, many schools are contradictory without clear guidelines (as in the exact sciences). Even among dietitians and world-renowned experts, there is no complete consensus. Naturopaths treat nutrition as part of a more holistic view of the body, in which nutrition has a high weight. Which of the two approaches is preferable? There are no clear rules for this. Most people try the trial-and-error method. In my opinion, at least in this specific case, the naturopath is right. However, deep-water fish (non-contaminated, goat milk products, organic eggs, and bone marrow are considered essential animal foods.

Link: The balanced-varied diet is the most suitable anti-inflammatory diet.
https://www.sf-healing.com/page/170 (Copy & Paste)
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