Infertility: A Look At The Supplements
Dietary supplements are very popular. They include herbs, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, and extracts. Because they’re considered a dietary product rather than a medicinal product, they usually are not regulated by the modern science. This lack of regulation means that the ingredient amount may vary from one pill to the next.Uses for Red Palm Oil
America is constantly on the lookout for the next miracle supplement that can help them easily achieve better health. In just the oil category alone there has been a clamoring for coconut oil, fish oil, olive oil, palm kernel oil and peanut oil as the miracle answer to a wide variety of health problems. Derived from the oil palm tree (Elaeis guineensis), red palm oil is considered to be one of the most nutritional supplements that one can take and proving to be a healthier option than those other oils.Why the Food Pyramid Sucks
After explaining to my friend about my feelings on why counting calories doesn’t work, I think he was having a little bit of a paradigm shift regarding his health, nutrition and weight loss. I had just created a monster and I knew more questions would come flying at me!Going Dairy Free
Living a dairy free lifestyle is easier than you think. Learn about the many non-dairy alternatives you have for milk, yogurt, cheese, and even ice-cream.Apple – Health Benefits
Apple is so common that it’s medicinal benefits are over looked. Apple is good for health for a number of reasons. It contains a lot of nutrients which prevent and treat different diseases and health conditions.Ten Healthy Reasons To Give Up Soda
Americans drink 13 billion gallons of carbonated drinks every year, and the average American drinks 57 gallons of soft drinks in a year. High-fructose corn syrup is used in sodas and soft drinks as a sweetener due to its low-cost.Love The Latte Lifestyle? Why I Do Not Drink Much Milk
After putting my thoughts into a recent article on soy lattes, the topic of milk in general started to pop up and just like soy; milk is a heavily debated topic for sure.The one thing I envisioned when I started writing was to create awareness on health and hopefully attract like-minded people who contributed with feedback.Breaking Unhealthy Eating Habits That Lead To Generalized Anxiety
We are all told how diet affects our overall moods but what specifically can we do in order to guarantee a change in our unhealthy eating habits? Here are 5 suggestions that will quickly break your cycle of unhealthy eating, leading to change in brain chemistry, that leads to disappointment.Hooray Free Radicals – Choosing Free Radicals Over Anti-Oxidants
The current mantra in nutrition, health and wellness is to describe free radicals as unhealthy and disease causing but there is a good side to free radicals. Our own body uses free radicals for healthful purposes.Gluten Free FAQ
This is a FAQ about gluten and what it means to be gluten free. I attempt to answer the many questions about gluten and foods that contain gluten that I receive daily in my practice.Do We Really Need Dairy in Our Diet?
The other question I ask myself is; are people eating dairy because it tastes nice, not because they are actually worried about their bones in the first place? When I sit in a cafe on a Saturday morning and watch people drinking their lattes, I’m pretty sure they couldn’t give better view about calcium levels and bone density as they are simply enjoying their coffee. So do we really need dairy in our diet? Let’s take a look…Could Some of Your Favorite Foods Be Making You Sick?
Food Sensitivities or intolerances affect over 80% of the population, while less than 5% actually have a “true” food allergy. “98% of the subjects following the ALCAT plan, either lost weight and/or improved their body composition,” according to Baylor Medical College (1998).