Top 10 Magnesium Rich Foods

Check out these foods rich in magnesium

Magnesium rich foods are essential for cellular health and over 300 biochemical functions in the body. Unfortunately, around 80% of American’s may have a magnesium deficiency and the majority of them don’t even know it! The benefits of magnesium are far greater than previously imagined. Because your body requires and uses magnesium for so many … Read more

Do You Know the Signs of Leaky Gut?

signs of gut health issues

As more Americans are affected by poor diet choices, chronic stress, toxic overload and bacterial imbalance it appears that the prevalence of leaky gut has reached epidemic proportions. Unfortunately, many in conventional medicine do not accept the condition. However, it is said to be the linked to serious illnesses such as arthritis, Coeliac disease, Crohn’s … Read more

Diet Change Can Cure Type 2 Diabetes

Is type 2 diabetes a disease?

Is the concept of curing type 2 diabetes through diet really such a strange notion? After all, diet was one of the key contributors that got you into this situation in the first place. Conventional wisdom seems to disagree, however. While diet, exercise, and lifestyle are nearly universally acknowledged as vital components required for managing … Read more

Five Foods to Avoid to Insure Healthy Skin

Can diet help create healthy skin?

Nutrition is important for health. An unhealthy diet can damage your metabolism, cause weight gain and even affect organs such as your heart and liver. What you eat also affects the health of another organ — your skin. Here are some tips that can help you maintain healthy skin. If you are suffering from common … Read more

Sneaking More Plants Into Your Diet

What is the best diet for living a healthy life? Is it a WFPB (whole-food plant-based), ketogenic, gluten-free, paleo, LCHF (low-carb high-fat), WSHL (whole-starch low-fat), or Mediterranean—the main point of all of these diets is that they include eating lots of plants. Even the USDA MyPlate and the better version from the Harvard School of Public Health have at … Read more