Recent research suggests that kids may be more sensitive to mercury than adults. But does that mean kids shouldn’t eat fish at all?
This is a variation on the classic French fish stock, used for sauces and soups. Once prepared, the stock can be portioned and frozen for future use.
Guidelines say fish consumption should be limited to 12 ounces per week due to mercury. Here are 5 reasons why you shouldn’t take this advice at face value.
In this episode, Laura and Kelsey answer questions about daily nuts and seeds intake and minimum effective dose of animal products to achieve optimum health
High blood pressure can lead to more serious cardiovascular issues such as heart disease. Here are some simple ways to lower your blood pressure naturally.
Japan maintains one of the highest life expectancies in the world and is considered one of the world’s healthiest countries. What can we learn from Japan?
Will eating a paleo diet increase the risk of gout - and painful, inflammatory disease caused by an increase in uric acid? The answer might surprise you.
In this episode, we're talking with Dr. Nicholas Ralston about toxic mercury in fish and how selenium might work to counteract it.
The introduction of industrial food processing has had a more detrimental effect on our health than any other factor in human history.