Archive for the ‘Healthy Food’ Category


Warning: Consuming Soy May Harm Your Sexual Health

Posted on December 9th, 2011 by Elaine Rosales  |  9 Comments »

Many people love soy because of its health-promoting qualities. But once you learn that unfermented soy can actually damage your sexual health, will you still continue to eat it? According to many studies, the estrogenic isoflavones found in soy can interfere with the usage and production of testosterone in your body, leading to loss of […]


Dr. Mercola: Food Companies are Manipulating Your Breakfast Choices

Posted on November 4th, 2011 by Elaine Rosales  |  34 Comments »

Cereal, orange juice, donuts, and bagels are the most common American breakfast foods eaten today. But before, Americans actually ate a hearty breakfast that consists of healthy meats, eggs, and bread – so what happened? Dr. Joseph Mercola says the reason why the foods mentioned above became popular breakfast foods is because of corporate PR. […]


Dr. Mercola Talks About the Benefits of Dark Chocolate

Posted on October 7th, 2011 by Elaine Rosales  |  3 Comments »

Here’s great news for chocoholics: Eating organic and unprocessed dark chocolate may help you avoid cardiovascular risks. A recent meta-analysis evaluated the link between chocolate and cardiometabolic disorders, which are certain risk factors that promote the development of stroke, coronary heart disease, and type 2 diabetes. Examples of cardiometabolic disorders include: Hypertension Elevated fasting glucose […]


The Benefits of Raw Honey

Posted on March 25th, 2011 by comadm  |  2 Comments »

Raw honey is the oldest sweetener known to man. People have consumed honey for thousands of years before sugar was manufactured. This sweet and thick syrup adds flavor to many beverages and foods and extends their shelf life. But what makes raw, unprocessed honey special is its health-promoting properties. Pure, natural honey contains: Amino acids […]


Why You Should Avoid Supermarket Chicken

Posted on March 18th, 2011 by comadm  |  29 Comments »

Chicken is a good source of protein. Unfortunately, the quality of conventionally raised supermarket chicken leaves a lot to be desired. Mass-produced supermarket chickens are typically raised in extremely cramped quarters where they can barely move. These inhumane conditions can stunt their growth, leading to a bland and nutritionally deficient meat. But instead of improving […]

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