The most dangerous chemicals in your house aren't in your garage or basement -- they're flowing freely right from your kitchen sink.
Medical research is a pay-for-play business. If you're willing to pay, researchers will play.
Lately, several of my patients have asked me about adding flaxseed to their diets. They’ve heard a lot about the important health benefits of Omega-3 fats and that flaxseeds are high in these good fats.
Balance is the key to great health.
One of the many impressive balancing acts that occurs in the body on a continuous basis is the creation of acid by metabolic processes, countered by the neutralization of acid by alkaline substances. This determines the pH of the body, which can be measured in the blood, urine, sweat, and saliva. When acid dominates the environment on a consistent basis, health problems ensue.
Ever wonder what makes your body hold together and what makes it move? Well, aside from some complicated brain and nerve signals and responses, basically, your skeleton does both those things – holds your muscles, ligaments, skin together at the same time it helps move your body where it wants to go.
Did You Know…that a whey protein found in milk can be taken in supplement form to reverse osteoporosis, treat iron deficiency, as well as restrain the growth of HIV?
People still mistakenly believe that eating a lot of protein from meat hurts your bones.
A friend recently told me that she was allergic to her couch. This couch was bad news. It made her sick to her stomach. It caused her to gain 10 pounds. I made her skin turn pale. It zapped her energy and made her tired all the time.
I’ve got a riddle for you.
When’s a good bone-density score not worth the paper it’s written on?
Yesterday in Part I we covered the genesis of the Paleo Diet, the basic do’s and don’ts, and some of the inconsistincies that show up when you examine the diet more closely. If you didn’t read Part I yet you can find it here.
Today we will examine a few more of the theoretical inconsistencies as well as my personal reccomendations.