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Good Fat vs. Bad Fat

For the last several decades, healthy eating has been equated with consuming low fat foods. However, it is not absolutely true that a diet low in fat is the most healthy diet. For instance, some studies reveal that certain fats can reduce the risk of strokes or heart...

The Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

Underneath its hard surface, the oil of the coconut is swimming with vitamins, minerals, fat, and antioxidants that promote and protect our health.  The oil of the coconut has been feeding and healing people for several thousand years and this tradition continues...

The Safety of Our Food

With recalls of various foods from grocery shelves and from freezers and cupboards, many of us are rightly concerned about the safety of the food we consume. Even vegetables, which we are told to eat five servings of a day for our health, have made it onto recent...

Why You Are What You Eat Makes Sense

Thrusting outwards in 3-D images from billboards, on the covers of magazines and books, from the wall posters hung in your doctor’s office, blaring loudly in television and radio spots, web sites related to health, and even next to the pricing labels for foods...

Newest Research On Why You Should Avoid Soy

Page 1 of 3 (Page 2, Page 3) by Sally Fallon & Mary G. Enig, Ph.D. Cinderella’s Dark Side   The propaganda that has created the soy sales miracle is all the more remarkable because, only a few decades ago, the soybean was considered unfit to eat –...

Food and Exercise: The Drugs of Choice

It’s often been said that variety is the spice of life. Interestingly, the average person only knows and uses about ten exercises in their workout program. Similarly, the average person only eats approximately 10-12 foods on a regular basis. When you consider...