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Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Gabe Mirkin, M.D. 
 Article Title :: Healthful Diet: Include Lots of Seeds
Seeds have been the staple of the human diet for millions of years. Humans and other animals who can gather and store their food have an advantage over those who can only graze. Our ancestors found that the easiest, most abundant foods to gather, carry and store are seeds.Seeds come in many sizes and shapes, but they share the same basic design: a tiny germ, or baby plant; an energy supply of carbohydrates or fat to fuel the first stages of growth; and a protective outer skin, husk or shell. Everything necessary to start a new life is packaged in each seed, so for humans and other animals, seeds are nutritional powerhouses. They have the vitamins, minerals, protein and essential fa  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Bethany Klug 
 Article Title :: Want Farm Fresh Produce? Hire a Farmer!
February in Cherokee is "Gaga lu nee” which means "bony or hungry month.” It often feels that way to me. Of course I am grateful for the abundant choices of fruits and vegetables throughout the winter months, thanks to modern transportation. By February however, I am hungry for fresh organic fruits and vegetables grown right here, not 1500 or more miles away. Do I garden? No, I hire a farmer.For years I have belonged to a CSA, or community supported agriculture organization. As a CSA member, I pay a farmer in advance for a share of the season’s production. In return, I get a box of freshly picked, locally grown, organic produce every week.There are other importa  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Bethany Klug 
 Article Title :: To Savor An Egg
It’s no doubt that a dozen eggs were an unusual gift. But for my friend Carol, “hmmm, eggs,” quickly became “Mmmm, eggs.” Here’s the story.Maria, a friend and fellow osteopath, lives on a farm where she, her husband and two children raise chickens, and to be complete, ducks and geese. She always comes bearing eggs, which I share with friends—green eggs, blue eggs, brown eggs, white eggs and sometimes big fat duck eggs. The color depends on which breed laid the egg. But the real treat comes when you crack it. The white is thick and buoyant; the yolk glowing orange. And the taste? Well as my friend Carol put it, “I’ve never savored an egg before!”  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Bethany Klug 
 Article Title :: Ghee: The Better Butter
Butter is back after being banished in favor of margarine. Margarine contains trans-fats that damage artery walls setting the stage for heart disease. Butter isn’t perfect. It contains milk solids that cause inflammation leading to heart disease, arthritis, asthma, ear infections, skin diseases and more. These solids burn at low heat, leaving an awful taste and look behind. Butterfat is a good source of saturated and monounsaturated fat, as well as fatty acids with anti-microbial and anti-cancer properties. Always choose organic unsalted butter. Conventional butter is a concentrated source of antibiotics, hormones and pesticides. Salt hides rancidity when older cream is used.  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Edward Steiner 
 Article Title :: The Purity of Distilled Water
What makes up 70-80% of our planet? Water. What makes up 70-80% of our body? That's right, water.Water is the single most important nutrient you will give your body apart from oxygen. Water rejuvenates us and carries vital nutrients all round the body where it's needed. Water picks up all the leftovers, wastes and debris that the cells throw off into the lymph system and transport them out of the body via the channels of elimination.So when you drink more water it has the double combination of feeding your body and clearing you of all the waste products that were built up in your system.Your brain needs water, and plenty of it. Without water, your brain will operate   (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Nabil Khoury 
 Article Title :: Optimum Nutrition and Natural Health
There is no doubt that optimum nutrition is the best way to keep your body healthy and free from illnesses. But when I refer to optimum nutrition, what exactly am I talking about? Well, here’s a look at what constitutes optimum nutrition.To put it in simple terms, optimum nutrition refers to eating the right foods in the right combination (a balanced diet), and ensuring an adequate daily intake of water. A balanced diet includes various foods which are rich in several nutrients, and in combination with each other, provide you with all the essential nutrients that your body needs. These are: Vitamins Minerals Proteins Fats Carbohydrates (starch)  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Randy McLean 
 Article Title :: The Most Important Meal Of The Day
How many times have you heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day? Yet many people still do not eat it. If you want to look better and especially feel better you should start eating a healthy breakfast.The word breakfast literally means to break your fast. Your body is starving for nutrients at this point so it is therefore essential to provide your body with those nutrients. Not only that, breakfast will speed up and boost your metabolism, give you more energy and help to keep your blood sugar stable.Breakfast is so important in fact that a lot of schools have started breakfast programs. Studies reveal that children who eat breakfast also do much better in   (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Randy McLean 
 Article Title :: How To Read Food Labels
If you are ever wondering if a food product is good or not, no skill is as indispensable as reading labels properly. Sometimes it is easy to be fooled. Just because a food is low in fat doesn't mean it is low in calories. You can end up gaining weight on these products because you are eating more of them.The first thing you need to figure out are how many calories each gram of each macronutrient holds. A gram of carbohydrate contains 4 calories, a gram of protein contains 4 calories and 1 gram of fat contains 9 calories. It is obvious then that we want to avoid fat as much as possible because it contains over double the calories of the other 2! If something says it has 5 grams of f  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Tarja Anchor 
 Article Title :: The Benefits Of Fasting
Fasting is an effective and safe way to get rid of toxins which build up over time in the body. Fasting can be helpful in any illness by giving the body the rest it needs to recover. The body periodically try to rid it self from toxins and releases them from the tissues. As a result you may suffer from headaches, diarrhea, or depression. With fasting you can help your body to detoxify itself and move thru this cycle with grater speed and fewer symptoms. The energy needed to digest food can be used to support immune function, cell growth, and eliminatory process. By fasting regularly you give all of your organs a rest and this way reverse the aging process and live a longer and healthier   (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Molly Sunderdick 
 Article Title :: Branding Food: An Industry That Has To Care
Whether it be breakfast cereal or fast food chains or even alcoholic beverages, the food product and services industry must recognize brand in order to succeed in a rapidly migrant market space. As we already know, consumers are not looking for product benefits nearly as much as they are recognizing the person the product represents. This reflection and representation is what creates brand (regardless of what most average advertising agencies might tell you). With regard to the food industry, “You are what you eat” has more meaning than it initially presents. Consumers want to know how what they eat reflects who they are. So how has the food industry changed with the f  (read full article)
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