5 Reasons Your Body Isn’t Absorbing Your Vitamins.
Jun25

5 Reasons Your Body Isn’t Absorbing Your Vitamins.

“I’ve recently read that a multivitamin is a waste of money and that all it is giving me is expensive urine. Is this true?” This is a question we have been asked thousands of times. And unfortunately the truth is that, more than likely, your multivitamin pill is probably not doing you much good at all. There, we said it. It may be difficult to accept at first, but you don’t have to stress out about it.  After all, there is a solution....

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9 Surprising Heart Health Tips.
Jun18

9 Surprising Heart Health Tips.

Having written a book that essentially questions the entire cholesterol establishment and the notion that saturated fat and cholesterol cause heart disease (The Great Cholesterol Myth by Bowden and Sinatra), I’m frequently asked the following question: If saturated fat and cholesterol aren’t the problem, what is? And, more importantly, what can I do to protect my heart? I’ve put together my nine tips for protecting your heart and...

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Is this common activity making you fat and sick?
Jun16

Is this common activity making you fat and sick?

            What if I told you that there was an activity that you probably spend seven or eight hours a day doing and that same activity was robbing you of your health, doubling your risk for diabetes and raising your levels of chronic inflammation? Well, there is such an activity, you do spend at least seven hours a day doing it, and it is robbing you of your health.. And guess what. It isn’t smoking. It isn’t drinking. It isn’t...

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150 Healthiest Foods: Hazelnuts

Watch this video to find out why you should Hazelnuts (aka...

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This Antioxidant Can Protect Against Parkinson’s in Men

A new Harvard study published in the journal Neurology found men who ate flavonoid-rich foods reduced their risk for Parkinson’s disease. The study looked at almost 130,000 people. Within the 20-year follow-up, over 800 of them had developed Parkinson’s. Researchers analyzed their diets, accounted for other factors, and discovered men in this study who ate the most flavonoids were 40% less likely to develop this progressive...

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