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...

Fat Doesn’t Necessarilly Make You Fat

One of the biggest fad diets (and worst health advice) of the 1990′s was the high carbohydrate, low fat myth. Fats do not necessarily make you fat, and carbohydrates almost always do. Good fats (such as nuts, seeds, eggs, avocados, and uncooked olive oil) satiate you and tell your body that you are...