Obesity’s Relationship to Cancer

Only 31% of Americans realize that obesity is a risk factor for cancer, according to an American Society of Clinical Oncology survey. But in a 2016 study published in The…

Energize Your Mind & Body

1.  Begin with breakfast 2.  Eat primarily complex carbohydrates 3.  Cut down on the caffeine 4.  Lunch lite 5.  Eat mini-meals 6.  Curb your sweet tooth 7.  Eat protein to…

Celiac Disease

Factoid: Gluten-free foods –are not necessarily better for you.  Gluten-free may be displayed on many wheat products nowadays yet there is no validated science showing that eating a gluten-free diet…

The Glycemic Index

What the glycemic index means to the dieter and common problems related to glucose. The glycemic index was developed in the early 1980’s by David Jenkins, PhD., as a tool…

Functional Food

“Functional Foods” defines the physiologically active food components found in phytochemical (plants) and zoo chemical (animal) origins.  The science of functional foods has keep pace with scientific studies and research…

Water & Energy

The medical community earlier theorized that the 80% of our body that is liquid merely supported the structure of bone and organ tissue. Yet through years of research and studies…

6 Easy Ways to Achieve a Balanced Diet

As cross training is important for body balance, remember to purchase and try different foods for the board range of nutrition value it provides.  Don’t single out or focus on…

The Benefits of Chocolate

Feel-good endorphins Reduced risk of diabetes Reduced LDL cholesterol levels Lower blood pressure Boosts brain function Relieves stress Prevents stroke Neutralizes coughing Beats diarrhea As I say to my nutritional…

Where Sugar Hides

Sugar is the generic name for every carbohydrate that leaves you with that sweet tasting, good feeling. This amazing additive is used to enhance a variety of foods and produce…