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Still Drinking Milk? (May 2010)

Despite having a low Glycemic Index and Load, milk (even fermented milk such as yogurt) has been shown to elicit a very high insulin response. This has been shown repeatedly in intervention studies (*1-6). You may ask, “What’s wrong with causing this high...

Menaquinone-7 (Vitamin K2) (April 2010)

When most people hear Vitamin K, they think “coagulation vitamin”, associating it with its role in the blood clotting process; however, a second variant of this nutrient called vitamin K2 is changing the way we think about health and longevity. The...

How Old is “Old”? (March 2010)

No two people age in exactly the same way. The US Government defines “older adulthood” at 65 years of age because they’re eligible for Medicare and Social Security. Many people choose to retire in their 50’s while others choose to continue to...

Eating Clean (February 2010)

When determining your menu plan we recommend first to think of “Nourishment”. It’s the nourishment aspect of your meal that contains the vitamins and minerals needed for the thousands of metabolic reactions occurring in the body. But, you also need the “energy”...

Environment & Cancer (January 2010)

A classic study published in Alternative Medicine: The Definitive Guide (Tiburon, CA: Future Medicine Publishing, 1995), in which a team of researchers tested 3 chemicals on a group of rats, applying one at a time; no ill effects were observed. When they combined and...

Cholesterol (December 2009)

A little golden bee tells us nearly every time we turn on the TV that lowering your cholesterol will give you a healthy heart. Over the years high cholesterol has been the scapegoat for a plethora of heart/age related problems and foods containing higher amounts of...

H1N1 “Swine Flu” (November 2009)

Since first uttering the words “swine flu” in April of 2009, media treatment of the story has left many Americans with apprehension and fear of exposure. This was increased by the World Health Organization declaring a world-wide pandemic level 6, but consider this, in...

Prostate Cancer (October 2009)

It’s been drilled into our heads for years by the media that regular prostate cancer screenings are the way to catch, treat and cure prostate cancer, but two recently released randomized trials shatter those theories concluding that the miniscule benefits of screening...

What’s For Dinner? (September 2009)

When cooking dinner, many people think in terms of calorie counting or what they’re “craving” at the time. Food can be broken down into basically two categories: Energy (calories from fat, carbohydrates and protein) and Nourishment (the nutrient density of the food;...

Iodine (August 2009)

Traditionally, iodine has been known as an element necessary for thyroid hormone production. Most people think this is the sole purpose of iodine. You may be surprised to find that iodine is found in each of the trillions of cells in your body. Without adequate iodine...
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