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That means most grains should be reduced dramatically for most endurance athletes. He does, however, say quinoa and amaranth are good in moderation. But ditch the mounds of pasta and processed snacks like crackers and chips. And refined sugar drinks (high in fructose) are a no-go. A glass of red wine has a number of healthy compounds, including resveratrol, which is good for your heart, Scott points out. And wine, in moderation, elevates HDL, the good kind of cholesterol. For breakfast, Scott eats two pieces of toasted gluten-free bread with Manuka honey, which is highly antibacterial. He also layers on homemade nut butter, which he makes using a NutriBullet blender. The recipe: 23 tablespoons of coconut oil, an equal handful of almonds and walnuts, half as much macadamia nuts, pecans, Brazil nuts, and sometimes hell throw in some cashews. The coconut oil is the single biggest shifter for those looking to change over their diet, he says.
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Pitts was the keynote speaker at the Canadian Public Health Association meeting on October 1 in Toronto and led a workshop with partners of the ACFF's Canada-US Chapter on October 14 in Washington, D.C. , to discuss and propose a plan for Canada . Tooth decay has been a growing concern, particularly with the increase in global sugar consumption. Partners and experts who have joined World Cavity-Free Future Day believe that a good starting place for cavity reduction is focusing on the importance of brushing twice a day with a green pea sized amount of fluoridated toothpaste for two minutes and reducing sugar intake. In addition, organizations like the World Health Organization (WHO) have issued guidance on how best to limit sugar intake and a growing number of organizations are looking at ways to increase oral health education and hygiene efforts across the globe. Some of these efforts have included developing new tools to help dentists assess cavity risk to treat the disease in the early stages when it might still be reversible, ensuring dental schools have updated curricula, and assessing new tools and technologies to help limit the impact of sugar acids on teeth. "World Cavity-Free Future Day should serve as a reminder that we need to come together collectively to improve the oral health of our children," said Alyssa Hayes , Canada-US ACFF Co-Chair. "We need to assess all of the ways that can help to reduce the burden of cavities and the importance of prevention and management so that future generations can live a cavity-free life." For those interested in finding resources on cavity prevention, more information can be found at www.AllianceforaCavityFreeFuture.org . Specific information about the Canada-US Chapter can be obtained by contacting Co-Chair, Alyssa Hayes BDent, MSc, FRCD(C), Assistant Professor, Dental Public Health, University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry via email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) or phone (306-966-1407). About The Alliance for a Cavity-Free Future: The Alliance for a Cavity-Free Future(ACFF) is a worldwide group of experts who have joined together to promote integrated clinical and public health action in order to stop caries initiation and progression in order to move towards a Cavity-Free Future for all age groups. Overall, the group believes that global collaborative action is needed to challenge global leaders and other regional and local stakeholders to learn the importance of caries as a disease continuum and to participate in action toward the delivery of comprehensive caries prevention and management that can positively influence the continuing problem of caries.
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