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Nutrition is the number one key to health. I recommend focusing on eating whole, unprocessed foods while avoiding grains and sugars, which are precursors to disease. Stay away from grains to help lower your insulin.You need to consume good proteins such as organic pastured eggs, grass fed organic ...

Grass Fed vs Grain Fed

Most cattle today is fed grain instead of grass fed.The nutrients in the beef we eat can vary due to what the cattle consumes.Cattle that are grass fed go through much more natural process than grain fed. Grass fed cattle continue to eat grass and live on grassland. Grain fed are rapidly fattened ...

Olive Oil

Many olive oils have been mixed with peanut oil, soy and lampante(lamp oil,rotten olives) to save costs. Companies that refine rotten olive oil give you a tasteless and odorless product. Companies will have legal frauds (extra light olive oil). extra light olive oil has the same amount of calories ...

Are you getting enough B12 in your diet?

Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin. When you take water soluble vitamins you lose them when you urinate or excrete. That means that our bodies don't really store B12. Its important to implement B12 in your diet through either food or supplementation. The problem is foods these days are very ...

Millennials

What we know is this: In 2016 millennials were billed as a healthy population. In 2017 USA Today reported that Colorectal cancers have increased dramatically and steadily in millennials. Someone born in 1990 has double the risk of early colon cancer and quadruple the risk of early ...