You’ve heard that ‘we are what we eat’. I think this is so true. What we eat can make us overweight, even sick with disease. So, it matters much that we eat a healthy diet. So, what’s healthy? Pizza? I don’t think so. It does taste good though, but what tastes good can seduce us into eating it when we know better. Continue reading “If Disease Begins And Ends In The Gut, What Do We Eat? A Few Healthy Tips You Might Not Know…”
Thinking back at all the times I had an achy back and my feet hurt, I know now it wasn’t because of the physical work I was doing. I put those pads in my work boots and it didn’t help. The pain was excruciating. Continue reading “Why ‘Aches and Pains’ Can Disappear By Change of Diet”
We all have our family and cultural traditions and often it centers around food. In other words, what’s a good life without good food? When man evolved I don’t think inflammation caused by food he ate was his main concern. I think starving or not was. Continue reading “After Holiday Feasting: Handling Painful Inflammation Blues”
Firstly, I am not a health professional. But, I can read and decipher information and put it together in an understandable fashion.
Although, I have lost fifty pounds and have cured myself of Gout and Rheumatoid Arthritis, (and, likely have prevented a host of other diseases, ailments and conditions from occurring in the first place) I nevertheless am a layman in weight loss and health matters. Continue reading “The Layman’s Guide to Health and Wellness”
Some people don’t feel good and can’t figure out why. They may have been to the doctor, and still don’t have the answer. You might be suffering from mysterious aches and pains and not even know why. Continue reading “Why healthy food can make aches and pains go away”
There’s a lot of good and bad talk about about grain in that innocent looking bowl of cereal we may eat everyday. But, how do you know what you should believe? Foremost, you should learn to trust how your body feels after you eat grain.
For example, if you eat bread, do you Continue reading “Is eating Grain worth the risk: Why it may be healthier to ‘skip’ it”