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.

How to Eat Less and Thrive Without Hunger

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Average Reading Time: 6 minutes and 26 seconds Eating less food (within limits) is perhaps the most well-researched strategy for living a longer and healthier life. Why? Excess food intake puts undue stress on all the organs associated with digestion, not least the liver, which is responsible for a myriad […]

Lessons From A Deer: Don’t Eat Out Of Season

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Average Reading Time: 2 minutes and 14 seconds Herbivores have evolved to have two stomachs. The first one is called the rumen, where grasses, barks and impossible-to-digest-by-humans plant matter are digested by millions of plant-eating microbes. Rumens and the saliva of herbivores are either alkaline or neutral, allowing just about […]

Feed Your Inner Viking (Eat, Pray, BUGS)

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Average Reading Time: 1 minute and 57 seconds Reporting on one of Norway’s most rare and famous cheeses! The Vikings, who were known for their strength and endurance, fueled themselves for their expeditions in part by eating a special cheese called Gamalost. It’s also considered an aphrodisiac, commonly known today […]

The Perfect Whale Poop

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Average Reading Time: 1 minute, 36 seconds In a recent NPR report, Marine Biologist Victor Smetacek made an interesting discovery regarding whale poop. Our oceans contain up to 6 billion tons of krill that play a huge role in the life of the oceans, and therefore the planet. Krill, which […]

How Sweets Accelerate Aging

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Average Reading Time: 2 minutes A new study published this month in JAMA (Journal of American Medical Association) looked at the average sugar intake of over 31,000 people over a five year period. The findings showed that between the years 2005 and 2010, 71% percent of Americans ate more than […]

These Cherries Pack a Medicinal Punch

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Average Reading Time: 1 minute, 38 seconds Early spring is a time when the animals dig up bitter roots that help scrub the liver and the villi of the intestinal tract. Next come the fluorescent green sprouts, rich in chlorophyll, to color the landscape and fertilize the good microbes that […]