How Little Sugar is Still Too Much? “The Case Against Sugar” delves into: The history of sugar consumption Sugar’s unexpected inclusion in so much of what we eat Links sugar and chronic diseases – diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity and most illnesses of the Western Diet. Gary also argues for the link between sugar consumption
Are you on the hook for a healthy dessert but have no plan? I’ve been there way too often as I struggle with trying something new, relying on a crowd pleaser that isn’t as healthy as I’d like or making the same thing I always make! Let’s look at how you can have a healthy dessert
Along with diarrhea, constipation and cramping, gas and bloating are the most common symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). An estimated 25 to 45 million people in the US suffer from the symptoms of IBS, and are estimated to spend $107 billion per year to manage their symptoms. And ladies, you’re twice as likely to
Over the past ten to fifteen years, our lifestyles and dietary choices have changed significantly and overall, we are living longer but are sicker. In a recent report the rate for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) was estimated at 10 to 15% of the US population (Source: International Association for Functional Gastro Intestinal Disorders, January 2013).
Imagine a world without insects, especially bees. If you’re allergic to bee stings, you could be quite happy with this 🙂 It’s easy to think of bees as an annoyance – disrupting a late afternoon barbecue with their buzzing, guzzling nectar from clover in the summer lawn while playing outside or stopping the pool for
Fermented foods have sustained and nourished our ancestors for thousands, if not millions of years. They are minimally processed and seldom change between generations. In fact, the preparation and cooking techniques are usually passed down from one generation to another, and not a fad of the current generation. Traditional foods are not the same in every
As children, we’re all fascinated by toilet humor and it is often encouraged. However, we learn to not talk about our trips to the toilet as we get older. I’m here to tell you being a toilet detective is in your best interests if you value your health and quality of life. And why would you want