“Our food should be our medicine and our medicine should be our food.”
by Sonia Platz, HN, HHP
Did you know that your circulatory system contains around 100,000 miles of blood vessels, and that your heart beats 100,000 times, pumping 2,000 gallons of blood per day? Wow, we really are intricately made; therefore, we need to love this extraordinary body-machine...
by Coralee Thompson, MD
It is most important to understand that evaluations such as mammography are not preventive measures - they simply screen for existing disease. True prevention of all cancers should be emphasized even more than any screening evaluation. Virtually all cancers can be prevented through nutrition and lifestyle, and this should be our first defense...
by Becky Walsh
I’m hearing the word ‘Gut’ everywhere! From Will-I-am saying how he follows his gut on The Voice to doctors, dieticians and nutritionists. The reason all these medical people are whispering it into my ears, is because I recently found out I have coeliac disease...
Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: I just love Becky Walsh's style and way of teaching. In this article she teaches us what "gut instinct" really means. It's such a refreshing new look on the concept and so intelligently articulated with science to back it up.Such an interesting read!
Intuition & Symbols
by Dr. Joseph Mercola, DO
If you've ever read the ingredients lists on packaged foods, you know that there's a lot more in food these days than in generations past. Virtually every processed food now contains a laundry list of preservatives, colorings, flavorings, emulsifiers and more – and unless you're shopping at a natural specialty store, gone are the days when a loaf of bread contained just a few ingredients.
by Alissa Wolf
“Dinner PAWsible” has a paw up in that it’s not just a pet food cookbook; it’s a nutritional guide written by someone who has spent 20 years doggedly (if you’ll pardon the pun) researching and investigating pet health and nutrition, and a veterinarian who also has conducted a considerable amount of research into this often highly confusing subject...
Editor's Note from Cathy Alinovi: Feeding our pets should be healthy, fun and inexpensive. Here's a review of my book, Dinner PAWsible that presents an objective view about why the book was written and the benefits of home cooking for your animals. And, looking for more? Check out this article about Dinner PAWsible on the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
Animals & Pets
by Jonathan Benson
A new study put forth by the universities of Navarra and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain have found that diets rich in trans-fats -- like the kind found in most fast food meals -- increase the risk of depression by 50 percent...
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