Archive for 2011

 

Spice Up Your Life with Garlic

Posted on October 7th, 2011 by author  |  2 Comments »

Did you know that ancient Greek and Roman soldiers ate garlic to enhance their strength and endurance before going to war? Garlic is indeed one of the most beneficial foods you can ingest because of its many medicinal properties. Green Med Info has listed more than 150 health benefits of garlic, such as: Inhibiting cholesterol […]

 
 

A Caveman’s Diet Has More Antioxidants than Today’s Modern Diet

Posted on September 16th, 2011 by author  |  17 Comments »

Cavemen did not have modern luxuries, but at least their diets were far healthier than those of modern people. Recent research reveals that a caveman diet or Paleo diet is more abundant in minerals and antioxidants than today’s conventional diet. Dr. Boyd Eaton, who wrote the New England Journal of Medicine paper “Paleolithic Nutrition,” says […]

 
 

The Great Orange Juice Lie

Posted on September 2nd, 2011 by author  |  20 Comments »

Have you ever wondered why you can get orange juice 365 days a year? Or why your favorite orange juice brand tastes the same no matter where you buy it? It’s because commercial orange juice is NOT real orange juice. If orange juice was really freshly squeezed and packaged as is, then different batches would […]

 
 

Diet Soda Can Increase Your Waist Size By Up to 500 Percent

Posted on July 29th, 2011 by author  |  17 Comments »

Because of its high sugar content, soda is known to be one of the unhealthiest beverages you can drink. But if you believe that drinking sugar-free diet soda is better, here’s something for you to think about: a recent study presented at an American Diabetes Association meeting revealed that people who drank two or more […]

 
 

Dr. Mercola Dissects New USDA ‘Food Pyramid’

Posted on July 4th, 2011 by admin  |  9 Comments »

U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack, and Surgeon General Regina Benjamin recently unveiled the government’s new recommended eating plan. The 2005 USDA Food Pyramid has been replaced by MyPlate, the new nutrition icon. MyPlate, according to Vilsack, provides “a simple, visual, research-based icon that is a clear, unmistakable message about portion size.” […]

 
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