This amazing oil is gaining fame for its health-promoting benefits: heart health, antibiotic, anti-viral, anti-diabetic, plus it is slimming.
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.
Are ketone bodies the key to reversing our shrinking brains? Learn how this cleaner, more efficient brain fuel just might get our evolution back on track.
Let’s quit accepting who we are and focus on the possibility of who we can be – by dispelling three myths of modern nutrition, starting with the low-fat diet.
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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The calories-in-calories-out myth has become woefully outdated. Calories do count, but where they come from matters far more.
Even if your daily diet contains some heart-healthy fare like salmon and oatmeal, your heart could still be at risk.
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The Cheesecake Factory tops this year’s list of America’s most fattening, gut-busting, artery-clogging restaurant chains. Here’s a look at some heavyweight champions that serve as many as 3,120 calories in a single dish.
Ever wonder why the chocolate coating on candy and protein bars doesn’t melt? The answer could break your heart.
Cocktails, cupcakes, salty potato chips, a big juicy cheeseburger. These things taste good as they pass through your lips, but what happens after they move on down the road?