More and more studies are linking acne to diet. Dairy, a hormone-laden substance, can no longer be denied as one of the leading triggers to skin break outs.
Even if clean and pure, is cow’s milk fit for humans to consume at all?
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From shopping at farmers markets to reusing shopping bags, there are many ways to take healthy eating to the next level.
Are coffee drinkers doing it right?
With the mainstream media and food pyramid, it’s easy to see why so many of us are confused about what’s actually healthy.
Think you can trust the government? Think again. Here’s a disturbing look at the five ingredients we eat every day that are so toxic they are banned in most other countries.
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Whether you slurp it, gulp it, or guzzle it down, cows have nothing to do with it. An average cow produces about 2,320 gallons of milk per year. It then gets pasteurized, bottled and shipped. It can also get homogenized and fortified.
Across the country armed government agents are making raids. Who are their targets? Terrorists? Drug rings? Nope – they’re dairy farmers.
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Can millions of Americans use nutrition to hit the reset button on asthma and say goodbye to the inhaler?
Why are government regulators and prosecutors feeling so threatened by this trend?
Kale is far more nutritious than other leafy greens, but these seven reasons why it is such an important futurefood may surprise you.
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You may have heard of the Paleo or hunter-gatherer diet. But what exactly is it all about—and can it really help you stay lean and energetic?
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