Is Modern Wheat Making You Fat and Sick?

by Our hunter gatherer ancestors collected all they could from the ground for food including insects, berries, roots, nuts, etc. In their gathering, they found that the animals were eating grass, and they became curious. They broke it down and somehow incorporated wild wheat into their diet. This grass was called Einkorn and had only

How to Regain Your Lean Body

So if you are carrying more body fat than your ideal, what’s the answer? I believe there are two primary dietary recommendations that, if widely implemented, could help you regain your lean body and reverse our current obesity trend. This kind of diet will naturally shift your body from burning sugar to burning fat as

Gluten Sensitive and You Might Not Know It!

As many as 20 million Americans could be sensitive to gluten and not even know it. It’s estimated that 99% of the people with either gluten intolerance or celiac disease are never diagnosed. Therefore, it is important to raise awareness about gluten sensitivity, especially since more than 55 diseases have been linked to gluten. The

Why you NEED Supplements

We evolved eating wild foods with much higher nutrient content than food today. Depleted soils and industrial farming has lead to poor nutrient content in our food. Factory made foods are over consumed today – we over eat but are under nourished. Environmental toxins, lack of sunlight and chronic stress depletes our nutrients and we

The Top 20 Ways to Boost Your Immunity to Colds and Flu Without Using a Vaccine

1) Take a vitamin D supplement every day. Check our Vitamin D guide for details about choosing the proper dosage. 2) Get as much sunlight as you can for as late into the year as you can manage. Even getting sunlight on just your face helps produce more vitamin D in your body. 3) Drink

How to Culture Your Own Vegetables

While you can do wild fermentation, which is allowing whatever is on the vegetable or fruit that you’re culturing to just naturally take hold and culture the food, this method is very time consuming. Inoculating the food using a so-called starter culture speeds up the fermentation process. Although you can use a crock pot, Caroline

Are You Eating This Protein Wonder Food?

The benefits of hemp are boundless. This wonderfood balances your hormones, nourishes your skin and hair, calms post-workout inflammation, and relaxes your muscles. Once a mainstay crop in the United States with the Declaration of Independence drafted on hemp, and early American flags were made of this durable, plant-based fabric. Let’s talk about hemp’s amazing

Healthy Breakfast ideas for Kids or Adults

Here are five options that will help make sure your child gets a good, healthy start to the day. Each of these makes four servings in our home. 1. Avocado and Vegetable Frittata My son isn’t a big fan of scrambled eggs. If I serve a frittata filled with veggies and topped with avocado, he

Cholesterol – What You Need to Know!

Cholesterol is a minor player in heart disease. Inflammation is the true cause of heart disease. Cholesterol levels are a poor predictor of heart attacks. Half the people with high cholesterol have healthy hearts.. Half the people with heart disease have normal cholesterol. Lowering cholesterol has extremely limited benefits. Cholesterol is harmless, actually extremely beneficial

9 Ways to Use Chia While Improving your Nutrition

#1) Blend into any smoothie Chia seeds are easily blended into any smoothie. Just toss a scoop of them into your existing smoothie recipe and let ’em blend with the other ingredients! Because chia seeds have a “neutral” taste, they go well with fruit smoothies, chocolate smoothies and even dessert blends. #2) Sprinkle onto yogurt

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