This is a guest post by Candice Briggs, a Health, Fitness & Lifestyle Coach based in Byron Bay, Australia. I always laugh when someone says to me, “Oh I was away and I wasn’t around a gym, so I didn’t do a work out”, or “I was house bound and couldn’t leave home” (insert excuse here) […]
This is a guest post that originally appeared on ChrisKresser.com. “That the birds of worry and care fly over your head, this you cannot change, but that they build nests in your hair, this you can prevent.” – Chinese Proverb Confession time: If I had to choose one personal health issue that I’d love to […]
Have a nutrition-related question for Laura? Ask it here! Q: I have seen warnings about soy and have been avoiding it. But I have also seen mention of Natto, a fermented soy, as a super food. Should Natto be avoided? Oh natto… you bizarre, slimy little superfood. With all the great research coming out about […]
This post was originally featured on Chriskresser.com. There are so many amazing benefits that can come from eating gelatin, including improvements in digestive, skin, and mental health. Plus, gelatin can be used to make a yummy, all-natural dessert that’s actually good for us. So why aren’t we eating more of it? Traditional diets are typically much higher […]
Every year, US News and World Report comes out with their report on the best and worst diets of the year. Every year, they’re pretty similar, and this year is no different. DASH, TLC, and the Mediterranean Diet are always top ranked, with some diets frequently falling near the top, such as Weight Watchers and […]
GOOD NUTRITION (in 100 words or less!) | CaveGirlEats. So simple.
Beyond Paleo: moving from a “paleo diet” to a “paleo template”. Good advice about how to follow a Paleo “template” in your life to improve your health. No need to be super strict about everything all the time. If you’re not enjoying yourself, what’s the point of being healthy?
Is the Paleo diet healthy? – CNN.com. A strangely appropriate Q&A from an obese patient to a nutrition “specialist”. The doctor contributes absolutely nothing to the conversation, but the commentary at the bottom of the article is very interesting. This just highlights the kind of outdated “information” that physicians are learning in med school.
If anyone is curious as to why I do all my cooking with coconut oil, and why I add it to my coffee in the morning, I suggest you read this article. Coconut oil has a ton of health benefits like boosting metabolism, killing infectious agents like viruses and parasites, aiding weight loss, and protecting […]
Now, if only they would cut out the bread and potatoes and add more vegetables (with butter!) to the second meal. Not only would it be healthier but probably just as cheap, if not cheaper! Comparison Shopping – NYTimes.com.