Average Reading Time: 1 minute, 59 seconds Many of us grew up on Kellogg’s Cornflakes for breakfast thinking it was a whole grain healthy choice. When I was growing up, we couldn’t eat them without a sprinkle of sugar or two, and having just one bowl was a task! Years […]
Articles in: Diet and Seasonal Eating
In my book, The 3-Season Diet, I discuss how nature has 3 growing seasons. The spring, summer and fall are the growing seasons, with winter as nature’s dormant season. In this section, learn how to eat with the seasons, according to your body type and the natural digestive cycles, and the importance of eating regular meals in a relaxed way.
Average Reading Time: 4 minutes and 28 seconds In nature, the diet of herbivores in the wild changes dramatically from season to season and, as if like a symphony, the microbes needed to digest each seasons harvest thrive with each seasonal shift. Seasonal microbes flourish on queue to digest the […]
Average Reading Time: 2 minutes and 38 seconds In 2004, the British Medical Journal designed most heart-healthy meal imaginable, and called it the “polymeal.” (1) Based on the results of the Framingham Heart Study, which surveyed more than 5000 subjects and followed them for 46 years, the polymeal was shown […]
Date: Monday, February 9th Time: 5:30pm MT (4:30pm Pacific, 6:30pm Central, 7:30 Eastern) Register here to receive reminder emails for the live event! Nature provides the ideal harvest for each season to keep us strong, healthy, energized and focused. In the winter, we naturally crave soups, nuts, warm grains, and […]
Average Reading Time: 7 minutes and 41 seconds Choosing the right foods to eat has become extremely complex, controversial and confusing for most people. With promises coming from every angle of the food pyramid, from paleo to vegetarian to vegan to being gluten and dairy-free, making healthy food choices has […]
Average Reading Time: 1 minute and 15 seconds Scientists have discovered a protein that they are calling the “Aging Switch.” The protein called, HMGB1 (High Mobility Group Box 1) triggers the release of toxic and degenerative cytokines in the body. (1) The discovery of the HMGB1 protein as a switch […]