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Stephan Guyenet blogged about AGEs!
« on: June 14, 2010, 09:59:40 am »
The prominent proponent of traditional foods and brilliant blogger, Stephan Guyenet, has mentioned glycation end-products (AGEs) as a potential cause of the link between processed meats and gastric cancer: "Nitrate: a Protective Factor in Leafy Greens
Cancer Link and Food Sources," Thursday, June 10, 2010, Stephan indicated that he will blog more about it in the future.

Combined with Dr. William Davis' recent comments about AGEs, this is quite a one-two punch in support of recognizing cooking (particularly modern, high-heat cooking in the presence of modern vegetable oils and refined carbs) as a factor in the diseases of civilization like cancer.

Stephan will likely argue that traditional forms of cooking sufficiently reduce the danger from AGEs, but this is still encouraging. I agree that traditional cooking methods tend to be less toxic than modern methods, but I see raw as generally even better when eating foods that don't require cooking to reduce their toxin levels or make them edible.
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