Month: July 2017

Can Eating Meat Give You Type 2 Diabetes?

The type of dietary protein that you choose to eat may affect your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Diabetes is a condition characterized by dangerously elevated blood sugar levels due to poor utilization of insulin.

Does Your Doctor Have Faith?

The human body is an incredibly complex orchestra of an estimated 37.2 trillion cells. Each cell averages around one billion cellular processes each second. This comes out to be 37 thousand billion billion chemical reactions in the body every second.

Slow Cooker Keto Chili Recipe

Slow Cooker Keto Chili Recipe What could be better than a delicious, hearty, and satisfying dinner waiting for you at the end of a busy and hectic day? With this slow cooker chili, all the hard work is done ahead…

Why is The Government Driving up the Cost of Stevia?

On January 1, 2017,  the Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Tax, or the “Soda Tax,” took effect in the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

One BIG Reason Why You Can’t Sleep at Night

Many of you have heard of the “circadian rhythm.” 

Detox Almond Butter Banana Pancakes

Are you looking for a delicious, easy, and detox friendly breakfast recipe that the whole family will love? Well these almond butter banana pancakes taste so good that eating them feels like a decadent treat. And the best part is…

Beware of These Summer Toxins

Most people love the “new-car smell.” But what if I were to tell you that the source of this alluring scent is a cocktail of toxic chemicals found in the various adhesives, plastics, woods, rubbers, solvents, sealants, and fabrics used…

Keto Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Are you on a ketogenic diet? Do you miss eating pizza?

How to Take Control of Your Blood Sugar

Do you measure your blood sugar? If not, you probably should. It is estimated that at least one third of adult Americans is pre-diabetic and some experts foresee that number approaching close to 100% of adults in the next ten…

Is Spirulina the Most Nutritious Food on Earth?

Would you ever eat “pond scum?” Despite this unpleasant nickname, the blue-green algae called spirulina is a nutrient dense cyanobacteria that can often be found in still water lakes and ponds and has been eaten by people all over the…