Tag: diet

Fighting Chronic Pain With Food

Through a diet geared towards managing inflammation, natural pain management is achievable, and can result in a better quality of life for those who live with chronic pain. Read More

Metabolic Typing: Journey to Wellness

Metabolic Typing: Journey to Wellness 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

Metabolic typing: discovering ourselves

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

Personalized Plan

Achieve optimal health based on your genetic metabolic type Read More

The Loving Diet: a book review

Receiving love is just as important as giving it. Most people don’t even realize that the power of love is not only the name of a beautiful song, but also a true force that is able to change lives, to heal, to promote happiness, and to make literal miracles happen. Read More

Food Freedom Forever: a book review

There are three steps in your Food Freedom cycle Reset, Freedom, and Setback (don’t confuse a setback with failure, but more on that later). Read More

Supplementation is Crucial for Health

Natural supplements are essential for proper nutrient absorption & toxin elimination, enabling a naturally healthy, pain free body. Read More

Nutrition from Sunlight

Without sunlight, we can suffer from light starvation, just as we can suffer malnutrition from lack of food (or lack of proper nutrition). Read More

Nutrition for Health

An important aspect of nourishment is exercise for your physical body, to maintain a healthy weight and nurture your mind and soul. Read More

Nutrition For Blood Type O

A deficiency of any vitamin, mineral, fatty acid or amino acid will prevent the body from making the required protein or cell and will display the condition as a disease. Read More

Nutrition and Food Combining Principles

All your nutritional requirements are contained within fruits and vegetables; vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids, enzymes, carbohydrates, and fatty acids. Read More

New Theory of Disease: Food Safety

Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food. Read More

Neglected Nutritional Research

Modern medicine has a drug and a diagnostic test for just about everything and, because of this edifice of pharmacological technology, people are generally in awe of doctors and the medical profession. Read More

Kids: They Are What They Eat

If you suspect your child might be food sensitive, then the next step might be to identify which food or foods are the problem. There are a variety of tests available for food sensitivity. Read More

Juicing Benefits

Juicing does several things, all of which benefit your health: physical well being, your mental state and your spiritual well being also. Read More

Human Nutrition: Evolutionary Perspective

We should stress plant-based foods such as vegetables, fruits, grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds over animal foods in the diet. Read More

Free Online Metabolic Typing

Which nutrient or diet is right for you or for treating a specific condition does not depend on the nutrient itself, but instead on the interaction of the nutrient with the fundamental homeostatic control system directed by your Metabolic Type. Read More

Electrolyte Tests

The electrolytes most closely associated with the pH of the bloodstream are bicarbonate, chloride, and phosphate. Read More

Dr Allocca on Nutrition

Vitamin, mineral, and protein deficiencies will decrease the activity of the detoxification pathways. Read More

Diabetes and Leptin Connection

Leptin’s function is to reduce appetite and induce fat burning (among many other functions). That is what high leptin signaling in a brain would do. Low leptin (in the brain) is an indication to eat more and store more fat (to successfully reproduce and to live long enough to do so). Read More

Book: Recipe for Living Without Disease (Part 2)

Book: Recipe for Living Without Disease (Part 2) Read More

Book: Recipe for Living Without Disease (Part 1)

Book: Recipe for Living Without Disease (Part 1) Read More

Book: 7 Syndrome Healing

Malabsorption is a general term for poor digestion, microbial contamination, and abnormalities in gut mucosa. Read More

Apple Cider Vinegar

One of the great virtues of Apple Cider Vinegar is its extraordinary potassium content, an element so necessary for building and storing body reserves and to help the system to achieve harmony and calm. Read More

Importance of Fresh Juices

We have seen amazing numbers of miraculous healings with it alone, nevertheless, problems continually arose with patients from time to time that juice therapy could not handle. 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

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

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

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

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

We Are What We Eat

Morgan Spurlock subsisted on a McDonalds-only diet for a month and lived to make a documentary about it. Read More

McDonalds Diet: Arch Enemy

After 30 days of McDonalds Diet his liver became toxic, his cholesterol shot up from a low 165 to 230, his libido flagged and he suffered headaches and depression. Read More

Lifespan Crisis

statisticians at Boston College reveal that in France, Japan and Switzerland, men and women aged 65 now live several years longer than they do in the US Read More

How To Get Sick

Many Americans have filled every one of these twenty-seven prescriptions for illness. Their bodies struggle to overcome an unbearable toxic load while fueled with poisonous processed junk food or non-nutritious pre-packaged foods. Read More

Eating Wisely

Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food Read More

Do Not Drink Diet Coke

People who experience depression, fatigue, and other symptoms, however, may want to moderate their aspartame consumption. Read More

Dirty Dozen Food Additives

The only way to avoid dangerous food additives is to eat whole, natural, organic food. Read More

Diet Making You Sick

Everything consumed ultimately affects your body, from your skin to your digestive system. Read More

Sugar In Your Diet

Changing the quality of your carbohydrates can change the quality of your health and life. Read More

Xylitol: 10 Health Benefits

Xylitol, when taken in small amounts, can help increase the white blood cell activity in fighting bacterial infections, to help build immunity, protect against chronic degenerative disease and have anti-aging benefits. Read More

Soda Damages Teeth

The problem is not only that these drinks are acidic and contain sugar, the problem is that children reach for these drinks and sip on them all day long. Read More

Refined Sugar: Sweetest Poison

Sugar manufacturers keep trying, hoping and contributing generous research grants to colleges and universities; but the research laboratories never come up with anything solid the manufacturers can use. Invariably, the research results are bad news. Read More

Post Workout Shake

When we train intensely, we always break down the body in some way. Read More

Vitamins to Nourish Your Body

Vitamins are organic compounds that are a necessary requirement in foods to nourish your body. Read More

Misleading Headline Proclaimations

Mainstream medical professionals seem to chase after symptoms, or just aspects of the whole problem. The truth is Nature’s intelligent design contains the balance we need to follow. Read More

Why We Eat Superfoods

The powers that be, under the banner of the serpent, require for their contracts with you, that each medicine be only one dead molecule, tested by their arbitrary tests in its ability to “control” cancer, under the monopoly of their banner, at a cost now into hundreds of millions of dollars per approval, and at a cost of tens of thousands Read More

Phytochemicals

The universal acceptance of the benefits of plant phytochemicals-substances found in plants that might play a role in preventive health-might at least nudge us toward the willingness to accept the possibility that plants have benefits. Read More

Mineral Supplementation

The natural organic balance of minerals in the soil, has gone seriously amiss in the last sixty or so years. Unfortunately, multi-mineral supplements (other than the ionic form) have not and cannot address this imbalance to any great degree. Read More

Magnesium Levels in Foods

Magnesium Levels Compiled from USDA and manufacturers sources. Read More

EssenceSea Products

Dr. Ron Cusson delivers excellent scientific explanations about the importance of restoring mineral balance in the body. Read More

David Wolfe

David is truly a well of wisdom, and he has an extensive answer for every issue discussed. His wide range of knowledge makes him a perfect conversation partner for both Martin and Scott, and it is sometimes surreal how much they all agree on. Read More

Steve Jobs and the truth about cancer

From the wooden typewriter-looking Apple 1 to iPhone 4, the last model introduced by Jobs himself, Steve with this signature turtleneck went through all kind of ups and downs in his personal and professional life. Read More

Body Types and Fat Loss

The diet that makes people healthy and slim depends on the Body Type and the Glandular Dominance. Read More

Supplement With hCG To Lose Weight?

You will be gaining back all of the weight you dropped, until you decide to change the set-point Read More

Weight Loss and Metabolic Syndrome

Today food is less expensive than it ever was, but unfortunately you are getting exactly what you are paying for. Not much in the way of REAL nutrition. Genetically we are designed to operate in a world that existed about 10,000 years ago. We are programmed to seek out sweet (ripe fruit or berries), salty (minerals), and fat (lots of energy). Read More

Vision E3 Reviews: Weight Loss

Since I began taking E3 on a daily basis, my cravings have diminished. As a result, I have lost unwanted fat and my muscle definition has improved. I have more energy to fulfill the physical and mental pressure of a gym coach and trainer. Read More

Liver and Weight Loss

Excess weight is a symptom of liver *dysfunction* and not solely due to the number of calories you consume. Read More

Ecklonia Cava – Obesity / Weight Loss

DGAT inhibition has recently been recognized as a novel and safe target for the treatment of obesity. DGAT (diacylglycerol acyltransferase) is a key enzyme involved in intestinal fat absorption, triglyceride levels, fat storage, and energy metabolism in muscles. Read More

Coconut Diet and Weight Loss

Many people are reporting that consumption of Virgin Coconut Oil is bringing about increased energy levels, fewer cravings for carbs and sweets, and a more satisfied feeling of being “full” after meals. Read More

Recipe for Living Without Disease

Most diseases are caused by concentrations of embedded toxicity. Read More

Enzymes: Raw Food Difference

Enzymes are delicate dynamos. Delicate because they are destroyed by temperatures over 118 degrees (some by as little as 105 degrees), which means that they may not survive even light steaming. Dynamos because they are powerful biochemical catalysts Read More

Coconut Oil: Food with Real Health Benefits

Coconut oil is unusually rich in short and medium chain fatty acids. Shorter chain length allows fatty acids to be metabolized without use of the carnitine transport system. Read More

Coconut Oil: Benefits

Coconut oil appears to help the immune system response in a beneficial manner. Feeding coconut oil in the diet completely abolished the expected immune factor responses to endotoxin that were seen with corn oil Read More

Coconut Oil: Bad Rep But It’s Actually Good

Virgin coconut oil’s many health benefits come from the medium-chain length of its fatty acids, or triglycerides (MCTs). Read More

Diet for Reducing Pain

Disease can start as mild joint pain and back pain, but can progress to Arthritis, Osteoarthritis and Fibromyalgia Read More

Metabolic Typing

Metabolic Typing explains the reasons why diets do not work Read More

Secrets of Metabolism

There are seven secrets of metabolism, which, if known and followed, will lead to greater body wisdom and health Read More

Metabolic Pathways

Certain diets and nutrients are beneficial or harmful for various diseases and for different metabolic types Read More

Specific Bodily Imbalances

You need to know about Specific Bodily Imbalances Read More

Low-Carb Lifestyle for Blood Type O

Food can be identified as having three major components; protein, fat and carbohydrate.Low Carbohydrate Diets Promote Ultimate Health. Read More

What Is YOUR Right Diet?

There is no one diet that is right for everyone, i.e., there never has been and there never will be a universally healthy diet Read More

Metabolic Typing Test

When you discover your Metabolic Type, a whole new world opens up to you as you begin to become aware of the effects different food has on your body, mind and emotions Read More

Metabolic Types

Our metabolism is the total of all the millions of biochemic enzyme reactions that take place in our body at any given time Read More

Metabolic Diets

The balanced type may use a mixed diet that is neither very high in protein and fat or in sweet food Read More

Glandular Fitness

The human heart is often seen as the engine running this beautiful and complicated mechanism called the BODY. When our heart is beating, our physical being persists. Once it stops working, we are no longer alive. Read More

The Keys to Vitality

The fundamental problem with modern medicine is its complete ignorance of how nutrition affects health or disease Read More

Orthomolecular Supplements Part 3

A large number of special diets ranging from fasting (water only) to juice fasts to low fat and sugar free diets are used. Read More

Books: Raw Diet

Fill list of books about Raw Diet that may help you uinderstand the importance of enzymes and raw food. Read More

Books: Nutrition

Conscious Eating has been referred to as the “Bible of Vegetarians,” for both beginners and advanced students of health. Read More

Book: We Want To Live

Although I was vegan for 5 years and vegetarian for 2 years before that, I switched immediately to this diet. Read More

Book: The Whole Soy Story

It’s ironic that soy has become so accepted as a health food when, as Dr. Kaayla Daniel, author of the groundbreaking book The Whole Soy Story. Read More

Biography Sally Fallon

Sally Fallon is the Founder of the Weston A Price Foundation for Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, a nonprofit nutrition education foundation based in Washington, DC, and editor of the Foundation’s quarterly magazine. Read More

Biography Dr. Mary Enig

Mary G. Enig, Ph.D. is an expert of international renown in the field of lipid biochemistry. She has headed a number of studies on the content and effects of trans fatty acids in America and Israel, and has successfully challenged government assertions that dietary animal fat causes cancer and heart disease. Read More

Podcast 316 about Food Cravings and How To Eliminate Them

Endocrine dominance predetermines how our body will react to food and other inputs. The food cravings we have are a reflection of the glandular dominance. Read More

Podcast 281 with Paula Horan about Conscious Eating

Martin Pytela with Paula Horan on conscious eating, on vibrational health, mindfullness and how we create health. Read More

Podcast 224 about Carbs, Fats and Proteins

Managing the balance of macro-nutrients is key to managing the pH balance, and many other physiological processes. Read More

Podcast 135 about Coconut Oil, Metabolic Types and You

Cardiovascular disease is nonexistent in cultures which thrive predominantly on whole foods, plant based nutrition. Read More

Podcast 122 about Success with Diet and Nutrition

Most serotonin is produced in the small intestine, and intestinal dysbiosis upsets the balance that can lead to a wide range of complications with many diagnoses. Read More

Podcast 048 about New Year Resolutions and Weight Management

With the New Year we tend to make resolutions, and push our way back. Let’s remember what makes the biggest difference. Read More