Rapper Beth sings and rhymes through the reasons why it's important to eat a grain-free breakfast. You can read more about it below the video and join the 30 day Grain-Free Breakfast Challenge!
Cut the grains, they just cause pain.
Anytime you skip a meal, especially breakfast, the body releases chemical messengers to stimulate the release of stored energy; this may include the breakdown of muscle mass for immediate energy. The body perceives this extended fast as starvation and essentially begins to eat itself to survive the “famine.” Non-essential body functions such as bone building and memory are impaired.
With obesity as widespread and as costly as it is, why should only one organization’s nutrition professionals be given the exclusive right to counsel patients on ways to treat it? June 25, 2013 Via Alliance for Natural Health
China says no to GMO. If you were the biotech industry trying to infiltrate the largest economy in the world, what would you do? Let's take a look at why the strategies that worked in the United States have backfired in China. And then talk about what this means for the GMO labeling movement back home in the states. It's not about safety. It's about national sovereignty.
Essential Oils are highly concentrated substances derived from a plant that usually bears the aroma or flavor of that plant.
Medium Chain Triglycerides, more commonly referred to as MCTs, have made quite a splash in the nutrition world and with good reason—they are pretty amazing fats. To understand what a medium chain triglyceride is, it is helpful to first understand the chemical structure of fats.
Cancer is on the rise, particularly sex hormone related varieties, such as breast and prostate. Most of us have been touched in some way by cancer and it is safe to say we all have a desire to avoid developing this devastating disease. Research is surfacing about the power of a natural substance in vegetables that may help lower your sex hormone related cancer risk. Vegetables you ask?
Garlic is probably the best researched and most commonly used herb in the world. Native to Central Asia, garlic is now used in most every country’s cuisine. Mention of garlic can be found in the ancient medical texts of Egypt, India, China, Greece, and Rome, some dating as far back as 5,000 years.
The path to vibrant health is a healthy inner ecosystem: A world of bacteria living in our bodies can make or break our health.