Ever wonder who the villains are in the grocery store? Here are our top eleven.
One woman’s story of reversing Hashimoto’s and Celiac through diet. A slew of doctors and medical tests provided her no help for her autoimmune condition, but with self-discipline and research, she took back the reigns and radically improved her health.
Mainstream nutrition can’t stop telling lies that may lead you straight to obesity and disease. Here’s a look at some seriously bad advice that’s been completely refuted by science.
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A spider bite in Paris brings clarity on a web of issues suffered by a woman who thought she was in excellent health.
Do you need to go gluten-free? Learn some facts and basics about gluten and decide for yourself.
Inflammation is natural when you cut your finger, but chronic inflammation in your body can do serious damage, leading to cancer, heart disease, arthritis, Alzheimer’s, and more.
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A wide range of gastrointestinal and immune system disorders have become more prevalent since the introduction of GMOs in 1996. And researchers are starting to make the connection.
HoneyColony contributor Erica Mather shares how she made peace with her gluten intolerance and discovered the pleasures of eating gluten-free.
The Bread Lab, a plant-breeding program at Washington State University Mount Vernon, may have discovered why so many folks have trouble digesting gluten.
Eighty percent of health-conscious consumers deem “non genetically modified ingredients” the driving factor when buying food, according to a recent survey.
Finally knowing what was wrong changed not only my life, but gave me the opportunity to help so many others. It turned out to be the best thing that could have happened.
If you’ve watched the gluten-free craze without fully understanding what gluten actually is, fear not. You’re not alone.