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Radically Improved Health And Changed Lives From Low-Carb Living Are Indeed Still Happening In 2010 by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 14 Jan 2010 5:57pm You may not hear it anywhere else, but low-carb is positively changing lives It’s the beginning of a brand new year again and virtually impossible to miss all the subliminal and blatant messages being thrown at you right now about healthy living on television commercials, online marketing, magazine ads, and when you go into your local re ... Read on »
Are Low Carb Diets Over-rated for Health and Longevity? The Kitavan and Okinawa Diets. by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 5:23pm In a previous article “ Are Very Low Carb Diets Over-rated for Weight Loss “, we looked at comparing very popular diet approaches such as Atkins vs South Beach/Zone diets for the benefits of losing weight. What was the verdict? Well, we saw that with a same protein and calorie load, there was no advantages in weight loss for any…as they all ... Read on »
Real Food Recipe: Green Corn Tamales by Metroknow A. Patient Expert Posted Sun 16 Aug 2009 10:03pm Editor’s note: This post is a “Real Food” recipe that follows the core philosophy of this site: Eat Real Food in Moderation. The idea is to find delicious, practical, seasonal alternatives to industrial food products. Of course, the recipes do not focus on low fat/low carb dietary ideas, so the key as always is moderation. If you enjoy this a ... Read on »
The Health Benefits of Olive Oil by Dr. Daisy S. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Mon 04 Aug 2008 7:14pm 4 Comments What makes olive oil healthy and wholesome? Olive oil is considered a monounsaturated fatty acid. When compared to the heart clogging saturated fatty acids found in butter and polyunsaturated fatty acids found in vegetable oil, monounsaturated fatty acids actually ward off heart disease. Olive oil also contains oleic acid which is perhaps the ... Read on »
Get the “skinny” on healthy fats….a comparison of cooking oils by The Savvy Sister Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 11 Aug 2011 12:12pm Cooking has gotten a lot more complicated than when your mom was in the kitchen.  The choices then were: pot roast or steak? baked or fries? crisco or lard? This is an actual British ad from the 1940's Now that we know a thing or two about healthy eating, the choices are more…um…palatable.  Instead of crisco or ... Read on »
Andrew Weil Gives 'Valentine' To Gary Taubes, Endorses 'Good Calories, Bad Calories' by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 8:27pm Dr. Andrew Weil shared some much-deserved kudos for new Taubes book Did you have a chance to watch the debate last Friday night over the subject of livin' la vida low-carb on CNN's "Larry King Live?" I blogged about this major national television appearance last week for Good Calories, Bad Calories author Gary Taubes as he faced the ... Read on »
Recap: ‘A Healthy You and Carol Alt’: Good Fats vs Bad Fats by Twinkletoes63 Posted Tue 21 Jan 2014 3:22pm I love my company, Jost Media , as I get to work (and learn from) amazing women like Carol Alt. Carol has a show on FOX NEWS, A Healthy You & Carol Alt, which airs Saturdays/Sundays at 4 pm EST.  During the show Carol interviews 3 health/wellness experts and shares all the valuable information she’s learned on her journey to health throu ... Read on »
Eating Healthy by flakymn Posted Tue 28 Aug 2007 12:00am It's not that I don't believe my husband. I think he is really smart and everything. But yesterday, I was watching an Oprah rerun, and Dr. Oz went through a list of "foods to eat" and "foods to avoid". No big surprise that Dr. Oz's lecture sounds nearly identical to the lecture that JB gives me every time we go to the grocery store. Learni ... Read on »
Sally Fallon Explains The Traditional Healthy Diet by Martha M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 16 Sep 2010 11:54am I recently had the opportunity to listen to a 2 hour lecture by Sally Fallon , founder of the Weston A. Price Foundation , a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the work of Weston Price and co-author of Nourishing Traditions , a cookbook full of recipes for  and lots of useful information on traditional food. In this compe ... Read on »
The True Path to Lasting Weight Loss by Total Health Breakthroughs Patient Expert Posted Fri 25 Jun 2010 3:00am By Ian Robinson 06/25/2010 “Old Age” Is Coming at Us, Faster than We’d Like to Think We can’t stop time. But we don’t have to suffer from age-related indignities like constant fatigue… bedroom “meltdowns”… frequent memory lapses… or creaky joints. Today, I’ ... Read on »