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Why Farmed Salmon Are a Toxic ‘Junk Food’

24 Mar 2018 | 97,428 Views

In fact, you probably think it's healthy and would have no issue adding it to your family's dinner plate - despite the fact tests show it is about five times more toxic than any other food tested. Be careful: It's knee deep in dioxins, PCBs and other toxic pollutants.

What Are Some of the Best Brain-Boosting Foods?

22 Mar 2018 | 43,958 Views

What you eat can make or break your brain health, and even among healthy foods, some stand out above the rest. By including these brain superstars in your daily meals, you can boost cognitive function while staving off cognitive decline.

Real Food Is a Potent Ally Against Depression

15 Mar 2018 | 179,709 Views

In one study, those eating over 67 grams of this per day were far more likely to develop anxiety or depression over the course of five years compared to those who ate less than 40 grams. Please, avoid it like the plague.

Are Air Fryers Healthy?

05 Mar 2018 | 50,817 Views

Air fryers target a segment of the eating public that loves fried food but not all the calories associated with traditional deep frying. This trendy kitchen gadget promises a faster, healthier and less messy fried-food experience right in your kitchen. Given their popularity, critics and fans alike are asking an important question: Are air fryers healthy?

Are Organ Meats Good for You?

05 Mar 2018 | 26,825 Views

Humans have a long history of eating organs such as liver and kidneys, thereby boosting their intake of protein and key nutrients. But over recent decades, confusion and misinformation has caused many in the West to literally scrap these nutrient-rich foods. Learn how tweaking your approach to organ meats can enhance your health.

‘The Big Fat Surprise’ — Saturated Fat and Cholesterol Are Important Parts of a Healthy Diet

03 Mar 2018 | 231,972 Views

As early as the 1940s, animal studies linked this to liver cirrhosis and premature death. Even low levels of exposure triggered severe inflammation linked to heart disease and Alzheimer's. Also causes toxic shock by thrashing the GI tract. Be wise, and avoid this like the plague.

What Causes Asparagus Pee?

03 Mar 2018 | 44,919 Views

Eating asparagus may cause some people's urine to smell more than a little 'off,' but it's more complex than that, as not everyone produces the odd odor after eating asparagus, and not everyone detects it well enough to find it offensive. What causes the fragrance was the target of a study with some interesting results.

Ultra-Processed and Plastic-Contaminated Food Wreak Havoc on Health

28 Feb 2018 | 197,659 Views

Huge 5-year study of 105,000 people showed an alarmingly strong dose-dependent link to tumors. Even after adjusting for many co-factors such as smoking. An earlier study linked the same bombshell to over 45 percent of cardiac/diabetic deaths. Are you getting a lethal dose?

Here's the Latest on Nattokinase

12 Feb 2018 | 30,566 Views

If you're ever given a blood thinner, you may first want to explore nattokinase, a supplemental derivative of natto, referred to in a recent study as a 'versatile and potent' fibrinolytic enzyme to combat blood clots far better than conventional medications. But this enzyme goes further, improving your heart function and more.

How Antibiotics Created the Chicken Industry — And Turned It Into a Source of Lethal Infections

11 Feb 2018 | 150,247 Views

Most people are completely unaware, yet tens of thousands die every year from this. Please don't stick your head in the sand or you could end up as collateral damage. There's more carnage on its way - and its only getting worse.