Diets

Job’s Tears

Tropical, naturally gluten free grain of the Poaceae grass family. Read More

10 Reasons Why Summer Is THE Season for Eating Well

It’s easy to eat fresh, locally grown food when fruits and vegetables are as abundant and available as they are during the summer months. Read More

50 shades of nightshades

Nightshades are a food family that is perfectly okay for healthy people (and even beneficial) but can be very detrimental to people that already suffer from some kind of digestive distress or inflammation. Lets examine both sides of nightshades today. Read More

Metabolic typing: discovering ourselves

There is no universal diet that is perfect for everyone. Read More

Cooking Is a Revolutionary Act

Healthy eating at homeĀ (and really home itself) is a great way to to rebuild community and connections, strengthen bonds with family and friends, teach life-giving skills to our children, enrich and nourish our bodies and our souls. Read More

Do You Have The Feel Like Crap Syndrome?

The wrong food will make you sick (FLC Syndrome) and the right food will transform your body in just a few days. Read More

7 Simple Swaps for Health Without Big Diet Changes

Toss all highly processed, factory-manufactured Frankenfoods. Keep and going forward, choose only fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds, and lean animal proteins such as fish, chicken, and eggs. Read More

Challenges, Goals and Happiness

We tend to believe that once we reach a goal (be it a number on a scale, a pant size, or even an amount of money or a new car) we will be happy. Read More

Zone Diet

High-carb diets encourage surges of insulin, a powerful free radical, showing in pre-diabetes and diabetes, as well as oxidative stress disorders such as heart disease, peripheral arterial disease, kidney failure, blindness etc., all of which are associated with these conditions Read More

Wheat: Cause For Diseases

Wheat, and all gluten, is the likel Cause of much Disease, not only in the digestive system, but also sytemic, and autoimmune. Read More

Why Do We Need Essential Fats?

Essential fatty acids, especially the omega-3s, are involved in inflammatory health conditions including cardiovascular conditions, arthritis and auto-immune diseases. Read More

Is French Fry a Vegetable?

Jamie Oliver asked a classroom full of six year old kids to name some vegetables. Not one of the kids recognized a potato, never mind something as exotic as a broccoli. Read More

Food For Thought

How much food does a family eat in a week? What are their preferences? Read More

Eating for your Body Type is effective

Today, we are mixing all races and all geographic locations in one genetic melting pot. What comes out are children that may be genetically ready to live on the sea shore in Ireland, or in the forests in Germany, or on the beach in equatorial Africa. Read More

Universal Diet for Everybody – Nope!

Matching your diet to your genetic profile may be the single most important change you can make to manage your health. Read More

The Body Type Diet: Why Do Most Diets Fail?

It is not in the financial interest of the advertisers in mass media to promote it. Read More

Sour Fermented Foods

During fermentation, the carbohydrates in food are broken down into acids by bacteria, which results in their sour taste and also easier digestibility. Read More

Praise The Lard

Animal fat is the most natural source of fat in the human diet. Why would we eat certain parts of the animal like lean meat and organs, use mineral rich bones to make a healthy soup, but throw away one of the most nutrient dense cuts? Read More

Gelatin and Collagen

Adding a tablespoon of either gelatin or collagen is the easiest thing you can do to support your gut healing and connective tissues. Read More

Weight Loss

More than half the population is carrying more weight than they should be and are putting their health at risk. Some people carry even more. If your weight exceeds 20% over the maximum desirable for your age and height, you are obese. Read More

FODMAPs Diet for Better Gut Health

FODMAPs are different types of carbohydrates found in fruits, vegetables, grains, and dairy and what makes them special is the fact that they are fermentable. Read More

Weighing Up Whey

Whey protein is a complex protein. It is made up of many subfraction peptides (see section on subfractions for more details) that have their own unique effects on health and immunity. Read More

Vegan Against Meat

Becoming a vegetarian was the greatest moment in my life. Read More

Truth About Cholesterol

Cholesterol Is Not A Major Cause Of Arterial Disease Read More

How We Eat

Low-fat diets are dangerous and should not be entertained – no matter what the media, some hospital dietitians or the latest nutritional gurus try to tell you. Read More

Health of French People

The French LOVE food and know how to prepare it and eat it. Here are some of their rules and habits. Read More

Food Cravings

Food Cravings can indicate your endocrine dominance, and help you change your diet so that you no longer crave foods. Read More

Essene Science of Fasting

Official medicine looks on fasting as a bad and even dangerous thing for the human organism and regards it as the equivalent of starvation. Read More

Eating Programs

Find the diet that is right for you, one that matches your genetics. Read More

Cacao – Organic and Raw

Cacao has always been highly valued, its seeds sometimes serving as currency as they did during the Aztec period in Mexico. Read More

Beans Health Benefits

The common beans’ contribution to heart health lies not just in their fiber, but in the significant amounts of antioxidants, folic acid, vitamin B6, and magnesium these beans supply. Read More

Argument for Meatless Diet

Random pile of factoids that support the idea that vegetarians leave a smaller footprint. Read More