With humans needing over 100 different nutrients, it is impossible to get any optimum food or diet to get all the nutrients that you need. On the other hand, people have been living on Earth for 50,000 years. That means nature has put in a mechanism for each one of us to obtain needed nutrients. This mechanism starts with the sensation of hunger.
Tap water can cause cancer just as much as the air we breathe and the food we eat, plus ther is radiation from the sun and the earth. So how do we prevent cancer?
If you expect weight loss based on energy expenditure as recorded by your device, you may be disappointed.
An article in The New York Times in 2018 sited a study by Obesity Reviews that suggested that more & more people are adopting the Paleo diet to get health benefits without having to go through a paleo lifestyle. Here are my thoughts.
In august 2019, Medical News Today reported “Diabetes overtreatment seriously endangers health”, a study from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. The article stated that more and more people treated for type 2 are having a serious, potentially life threatening complication called hypoglycemia when using blood sugar lowering medications, such as insulin.
A certain type of nutrition seems to be the key factor in keeping people free from lifestyle diseases while another type of nutrition contributes to ensuring that large numbers of people develop lifestyle diseases. Why?
If you do not want to face the burdens of type 2 diabetes, you must begin to question how you are being treated by your doctors and what advice you are given.
This blog is part of my series about “Insulin Resistance.” In this piece and accompanying video, I am addressing the many medical professionals and other parties interested in helping reduce the pandemic of Type 2 diabetes that is spreading throughout the world.
I want to bring awareness to your personal healthcare costs. My advice today is intended for both saving your life and your life savings.
Did you know March is National Nutrition Month? This week I want to discuss your blood work and what some of the results truly mean about your health.