If there’s one thing that Doctor Ridley can convince you of, it would be to STOP eating and drinking High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)! In this video, she references a study done by researchers at Princeton University. It confirms that rats gained weight eating High Fructose Corn Syrup 300% faster … Read the rest >>
There’s a far better way of looking and feeling fantastic than to go to the expense and discomfort of surgery. Instead of going under the knife and ending up looking like a cartoon version of a youthful person, focus on improving … Read the rest >>
Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) simply means “muscle and connective tissue pain.” It is a chronic condition in which the patient experiences a generalized aching pain for at least three months, fatigue, poor sleep, headache, morning stiffness, digestive complaints, sensitivity to chemicals and temperature, depression and/or anxiety. Many of those with FMS … Read the rest >>
If genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are not yet on your radar screen, they need to be. Also called GE food, genetically engineered foods are linked to organ damage, gastrointestinal and immune system disorders, accelerated aging, and infertility. By mixing genes from totally unrelated species, genetic engineering unleashes a host … Read the rest >>
Losing weight, by itself, does not magically restore good health. While it is certainly true that many health problems – like hypertension, diabetes, osteoarthritis, asthma, fatty liver, cancer, etc. – are commonly related to excess weight, a person can become skinny and yet remain in poor health.
Don’t focus on … Read the rest >>
Did you know certain foods can increase your risk of cancer? Some foods and ingredients proliferate cancerous cell growth and others cause reactions or inhibit normal functions, which can lead to cancer.
Here are four foods and ingredients that can cause cancer and some healthy alternatives you can eat instead.… Read the rest >>
University of Missouri researchers found that eating a healthy breakfast, especially one high in protein, increases satiety (the feeling that you’ve recently eaten and don’t yet need to eat again) and reduces hunger throughout the day.
The researchers also found, using MRI brain scans, that eating a protein-rich breakfast reduces … Read the rest >>
There are countless examples of environmental toxin exposures that it is best to avoid. One that many people overlook is the issue of contaminants in personal care products, such as soap, deodorant, sunscreen, and cosmetics. According to the Food & Drug Administration, since cosmetics aren’t considered food or pharmaceuticals, the … Read the rest >>
There are two issues here, training to much or too hard in one session and training too frequently without enough rest. Both are overtraining. It is important to note when you are doing this, because exercise is doing you more harm than good at this point. A good rule of … Read the rest >>
You can make a big difference with a little positive change. As the New Year rolls around, so does the sense of new beginnings and another chance for a fresh start in a better direction.
I was recently reading The 80/20 Principle by Richard Koch, who notes that highly-effective goals … Read the rest >>