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Why does Bread Cause Inflammation?

Want to reduce inflammation?  Pass on the bread. Wheat contains Gluten and Lectins.  These have a severe inflammatory response in about 1 in 6 people.  These symptoms range from the mild end of headaches, to more severe such as Celiac Disease. The majority of people- over half, and maybe as much as 80%,...

Foods That Inflame

These foods increase inflammation and pain inside your body almost immediately upon eating them (and may increase your risk of getting numerous diseases as you age) Pro-Inflammatory Foods -All Grains & Grain Products including white bread, whole wheat bread, pasta, cereal, pretzels, crackers and any...

Foods That Reduce Inflammation

Eating more of these foods may help reduce pain in your body, and may curve risk for numerous diseases caused by inflammation. They are as follows: -All Fruits & Vegetables (raw, steamed, or lightly cooked) -Red & Sweet Potatoes (as opposed to white) -Fresh Cold Water fish such as Tuna, Trout,...

Every Bite of Food You Eat Either Increases or Reduces Inflammation in Your Body

Every bite of food you put into your mouth will either increase or reduce inflammation.  If you have “good genes”- whatever that means, then you may handle pro-inflammatory foods better than other folks around you.  However, for the majority of people inflammatory diseases such as fibromyalgia,...

What is the Paleo Diet?

The Paleo Diet is very similar to The Zone Diet recommended by Dr. Barry Sears Fox News recently did a short article explaining how it works. “The idea behind the Paleo Diet is to take your eating habits back to how our ancestors ate. Back in the hunter-gatherer days, there weren’t Cheetos,...

How to do The Zone Diet- Explained in 90 Seconds

The Zone Diet isn’t rocket science.  Listen to Dr. Barry Sears explain in 90 seconds how to do The Zone Diet for each meal.

Drinking One Can of Red Bull Gives You the Blood Work of Someone with Heart Disease

“A study of 30 university students aged between 20 and 24 years old found that drinking just one 250ml sugar-free can of the caffeinated energy drink increased the “stickiness” of the blood and  after drinking one can participants had shown a cardiovascular profile similar to that of someone with...

How Much Sugar is REALLY In Your Energy Drinks and Cokes?

Bottoms up! Or not…

If I Could Only Eat One Food

The Incredible Edible Egg Between 1950 and 1967 the consumption of eggs in the U.S. dropped from 390 per year to less than 320 per year, yet deaths from coronary heart disease rose from 215 to 390 per 100,000 persons. There is no scientific evidence proving eggs are bad for you, or raise cholesterol.  In...