Why It’s Important To Eat Every Few Hours

Aug 16, 14 Why It’s Important To Eat Every Few Hours

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Are you still stuck in the three-meals-a-day mindset? You’re not alone. Many people get hung up on the misconception that eating anything beyond their allotted three meals per day constitutes a failure of dietary willpower. But while it’s true that eating empty-calorie snack foods between meals is no recipe for health,...

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What is the big deal with GMOs?

Jul 24, 14 What is the big deal with GMOs?

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  Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably been hearing about GMOs, or genetically modified organisms. What is the big deal with GMOs, and can they really be that bad for you if the government allows them in our food supply? Sadly, yes, GMOs really are that bad for you despite being legal in the United States.   Watch Dr....

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Monsanto’s Roundup May Be The Cause For Rise In Gluten Intolerance

Mar 10, 14 Monsanto’s Roundup May Be The Cause For Rise In Gluten Intolerance

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Celiac disease, and more generally, gluten intolerance, is a growing problem worldwide, but especially in North America and Europe, where an estimated 5 percent of the population now suffers from it. Symptoms include nausea, diarrhea, skin rashes, macrocytic anemia and depression. It is a multifactorial disease associated with...

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Agave Is Not As Healthy As You Think

Mar 06, 14 Agave Is Not As Healthy As You Think

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Agave nectar exploded onto the food scene and quickly became one of the hottest alternative sweeteners for Americans.  In Mexico, where it is known as ‘honey water’, it has been used as sweetener for centuries. America has only recently jumped on the agave bandwagon. Agave nectar is a concentrated sugar syrup derived from the juice...

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