New research has been published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology that questions the long-held popular belief that drinking eight glasses of water a day benefits our health.
In this article, we examine exactly why grass-fed animal products are superior to commercially-raised alternatives.
Although most consumers have heard of grass-fed or pasture-raised animal products, confusion still abounds about what their benefits are and why we should choose them over commercially-raised animal products.
Two independent studies published in the Feb. 2005 issue of the prestigious Journal of the National Cancer Institute squarely contradict the popular myth that UV light causes melanoma.
Essential fatty acids (EFAs) have long been considered to be necessary nutrients in the human diet. However, a survey of the research indicates that EFAs can contribute to chronic conditions when consumed in excess.
Yet another study has been published that directly contradicts the low-fat dietary propaganda that has unfortunately become so prevalent. Find out more about this research from Harvard.
Most people might think of a green spirulina drink or a “nutrition bar” when they hear the word “superfood.” However, it turns out that liver (from grass-fed animals) is nature's most potent superfood.
The government has recently published its list of the top fourteen recommended foods. Unsurprisingly, it omits traditional, nutrient-dense foods that humans have relied on for centuries. Check out the list of the true top foods!