(And 5 Foods That CAUSE IT!)
If you suffer from joint pain...
Then you might already know health experts say the single most important thing you can do to feel better...
...is to cool the fires of inflammation in your body.
Yet, what most people don’t know is the best place to start is NOT with NSAIDs, prescripti … Read More
Sneak Peek of My NEW Live Pain Free® Cookbook:
Your body responds to the foods you eat in many ways… give it the right stuff, and you create an abundance of energy along with minimal inflammation.
And lowering inflammation means living pain free.
Now, what should we eat at breakfast to support healing and reduce yo … Read More
On Friday, July 28, 2016, President Obama finally signed a GMO-labeling bill.
Don’t get excited. It’s not what you think.
Yes, it’s a new national standard to identify which of the nearly 80% of foods that Americans eat contain genetically modified ingredients.
It has strong bipartisan support, passed by a 306-117 v … Read More
Watermelon is a summertime staple, adored for its sweet flavor and oh-so refreshing on a hot summer day. It’s a must-have for picnics, barbecues and other warm-weather bashes, but there’s reason to love watermelon beyond its taste.
Watermelon contains l-citrulline—about 250 milligrams (mg) per cup.[i] L-citrulline is an a … Read More
A recent Nature study revealed that up to 90 percent of cancer cases are caused by extrinsic factors, including your diet.[i][ii]
As you may well be aware, focusing your diet on healthy foods like fresh vegetables, fruits and healthy sources of protein (grass-fed meat, wild-caught fish, beans, nuts, seeds, avocado, etc.) … Read More
The average American eats … wait for it … 70 hot dogs a year. This is according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council (NHDSC), which also noted that 95 percent of U.S. households serve hot dogs.[i]
There’s no doubt that Americans love a good hot dog. Heck, they’re as American as apple pie and white picket fences. Ev … Read More
Starting with Halloween and straight on through the holidays to the end of the year, we're in the "sweet season" … complete with its peppermint bark, chocolates, and candy canes (1.8 billion candy canes are made each season).[i]
Then, once this season’s sweets are behind us, up comes Valentine’s Day … then Easter (Easter … Read More
Vegetables are full of vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants, which work synergistically to lower your risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia, arthritis, stroke and more.
Vegetables also have anti-aging properties, and eating veggies and fruits (seven or more servings daily) has been shown to lower your risk of dyin … Read More
If you want to avoid genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in your food and you eat processed foods, you’d better get ready to purge your pantry. It’s estimated that at least 75 percent of processed foods, from crackers to soda, contain GM ingredients.[i]
This is largely because 93 percent of U.S. corn and 94 percent of U … Read More
The average American eats healthy only seven days a year … succumbing to too many unhealthy foods the other 358.[i] In case you don’t want to do the math, that means Americans are eating right only about 2 percent of the time.
No doubt, food cravings can be hard to beat. A new study published in the journal Nature even fo … Read More