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  • Can a Change in Diet Cure Your Migraines? Read more >

    Can a Change in Diet Cure Your Migraines?

    Low carbohydrate diets have been steadily growing in popularity. Currently, the most highly-regarded is the ketogenic diet, which appears to offer a variety of health benefits. Now a new study indicates another benefit: a reduction in migraine headaches. Migraine sufferers know the crushing headaches significantly lower quality of life. They affect millions of people around […]

  • Change Your Diet and Starve Cancer Cells Read more >

    Change Your Diet and Starve Cancer Cells

    Our bodies always have some malignant cells, but most of the time they are controlled by our immune systems. As we’ve seen, however, cancer rates have risen. The causes range from environmental to emotional. But diet is certainly a factor, and you have more control over the development of cancer than you may realize. In […]

  • What’s Wrong with the Staff of Life? Read more >

    What’s Wrong with the Staff of Life?

    Traditionally, wheat bread has been seen as a foundational food, the “staff of life.” But today‚Äôs wheat is different, genetically and biologically, than the wheat used prior to the 1960s. Previous generations used to consume ancient varieties of wheat such as Emmer, Einkorn and Kamut. Today’s bread is made from high-yield dwarf wheat, a product […]

  • 9 Steps to Healthy Eating Read more >

    9 Steps to Healthy Eating

    Nutrition is the cornerstone of your health. Whether you are hoping to lose weight, bring down your blood pressure, or simply gain energy for your daily life, healthy eating is your path to success. Fortunately, eating better is really pretty simple.

  • Try This Protein-Packed, Refreshing Summer Salad Read more >

    Try This Protein-Packed, Refreshing Summer Salad

    Now that summer is almost here, we’re ready for a shift to cooler clothes and refreshing foods. It’s time to bring out the grill and plan some gatherings with family and friends. Here’s a recipe that’s perfect for the Fourth of July, or any weekend party. This Tomato, Cucumber and Salmon Bites Salad with Grilled […]

  • The Single Most Efficient Way to Burn Fat Read more >

    The Single Most Efficient Way to Burn Fat

    As you know, there are myriad diet plans available to anyone who wants to burn fat. One of them is becoming increasingly popular, however, because it can help you lose weight without feeling hungry. It’s called intermittent fasting, and it also reduces your risk of chronic ailments like diabetes and cardiovascular disease. When you do […]

  • Why “Carb Loading” is a Thing of the Past Read more >

    Why “Carb Loading” is a Thing of the Past

    For decades, endurance athletes have been instructed to load up their bodies with carbohydrates, in order to perform at their peak. Long distance runners traditionally spend the hours before a race filling up on pasta and oatmeal. More recently some athletes have been experimenting with another type of diet, a high-fat, low net carbs (total […]

  • The Dangers of Fructose Read more >

    The Dangers of Fructose

    Fructose is the sugar found naturally in fruit, where its effects are mediated by fruit’s high fiber content and by its other positive nutritional aspects.. However, Americans get most of their fructose intake from processed foods sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS). HFCS is a cheap liquid sweetener made from corn starch. It is also […]

  • Do You Know Which Foods Cause Kidney Stones? Read more >

    Do You Know Which Foods Cause Kidney Stones?

    People who have had a kidney stone will tell you, they can be exceedingly painful. Kidney stones are like pebbles that form in your kidneys. They can be tiny as a grain of sand, or as large as golf ball (fortunately, those are rare). About one in ten of us will have a kidney stone […]

  • Cellular Health and the Risk of Diabetes Read more >

    Cellular Health and the Risk of Diabetes

    The link between type 2 diabetes and insulin production by the pancreas is well established. However, new research shows there is another important link between sugar rushes, damage to the mitochondria of the cells, and the development of diabetes. The mitochondria are sometimes called the “power generators” of the cells. They produce the energy required […]

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