Like, how many fatty fish do you need to eat a week? And how does diet and nutrition affect posture and coordination? Third, how should low-carbohydrate diets affect acid reflux? Fourth, is there a good alternative to whey protein? Fifth does milk take a short coffee break? And sixth, how can you stop thinking about food and enjoy it? I will come and rest next time. Recently, at the age of 52, I had my first heartburn when I was 52, traveling and eating in restaurants without ketone, which was a bit different from my usual ketone diet, and I was celebrating it for about 2 weeks. What should low carbohydrates do if “it” is due to heartburn? I was told that a high-fat diet increased my symptoms, and that’s what happened to me. But it is difficult to answer this question with specific references to individual nutrients or foods because no one I know is studying the relationship between diet and attitude. Each physiological process has physical consequences: good nutrition, full of vital vitamins and minerals and free of toxic foodstuffs, promotes good posture, energy production and exercise. Finally, a diet that leads to lack of energy, unwanted weight gain and poor aesthetics will worsen your mental health and leave you in the trash can – even an independent predictor of bad posture. So interested in predators! Looks like it was a healing experience for you. I wonder if Mark has time to share new information about the growing diet of predators? My protein content increases by about 90 grams per day, and I really don’t add much fat, so I guess that’s a higher protein content. Today I eat a lot of meat, a lot of eggs and real Dutch Rotterdam cheese, and I have always had heartburn – I was not diagnosed with GERD, but I still have heartburn. I would have kept myself below carbohydrates, but I tried to eat more protein and a little bit.