Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: What are foods that help digestion? Some raw foodists eat raw meat. Raw meat and milk have enzymes, so aren’t they good foods? Answer: We’ll leave the Oxford/Cornell China Project out of this discussion, which shows that animal protein causes many diseases. (The primary author of that pivotal study, […]8 Comments • Continue Reading →
You have probably read that the average person eats 10 lbs. of bugs per year. That’s not a fact you like to think about much, I’ll bet. When our culture began to fear micro-organisms, we started to fear bugs, too. John the Baptist would be so disappointed in us. J Virtually everything […]10 Comments • Continue Reading →
I don’t know if you all noticed this comment to a blog entry a couple of weeks ago. Please inform us all of your opinon! –Robyn Hi my name is Liz and I work with the Corn Refiner’s Association. I wanted to share some infromation about High Fructose Corn Syrup. Both sugar and high […]23 Comments • Continue Reading →
Robyn, Have you went to David Wolfe’s website www.sunfood.com? If you have do you know about this cacao powder he has for sale. If so what do you think of it? Or if anyone else knows about it let’s hear from you too. I have used it myself and I think […]7 Comments • Continue Reading →
This is an excerpt from the intro of 12 Steps to Whole Foods. Advances in the field of nutrition are taking place faster than ever in history. For example, just this decade, the “master hormone” leptin has been discovered, which governs the other hormones. New data calls into question the popular counsel […]2 Comments • Continue Reading →
So I just wrecked the pedestal underneath the Fat Diet Docs and celebs, the personal trainers, the network marketers’ pills, potions, and juices, and the blood type and metabolic typing docs. I hope you’re not feeling without answers. Moms write me and tell me they read about nutrition and go to bed in tears […]Leave a comment • Continue Reading →
Who you gonna call, Part VI Pricey skin creams, technologies, proprietary extracts and processes . . .
Continuing down the equal opportunity path of busting up overpriced network-marketed “health” products–I’ve tried many of them over the years, from NuSkin to Arbonne to MaryKay to Melaleuca. Maybe some of them have given me better skin as a result. But now, instead of little tubes of $30 creams, I put a little […]13 Comments • Continue Reading →