“Health” Foods Agave: Agave is a super sweet liquid that is often refereed to as the “healthy” or “low GI” alternative to sugar, however: According to Dr Joseph Mercola, “Most agave nectar or syrup is nothing more than a laboratory-generated super-condensed fructose syrup, devoid of virtually all nutrient value. Agave syrup is mostly fructose and […]

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There is just nothing better than going to get coffee. Coffee with a friend, coffee for a long drive, coffee to read, coffee to study, coffee to write. Going to coffee is very comforting, and just seems to make anything better. But you need to know The Best Way To Drink Coffee to save your health. […]

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Guide to Buying Animal Products

Animal products have the potential to either nourish our bodies, or create disease within them. How do we control which of these options prevails? Simple- it all depends on the source in which your products are coming from. Factory farmed animals, (which is what most of America has turned to) are pumped with antibiotics, and […]

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Effects of Processed Sugar Refined Sugar: We all know it. We all hate it. Sugar is an addictive drug that seems impossible to escape from in this day and age. Sugar has many names to disguise this white toxin including: dextrose, fructose, corn syrup, lactose and sucrose. Foods that are high in sugar are causing […]

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So. . .butter, egg yolks, coconut oil, and red meat are not the cause of high cholesterol, heart disease, and clogged arteries like we have been told for way too long. In fact, these nourishing foods help the body fight all of these conditions. Think about it, traditional cultures thrived on these foods without experiencing […]

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Save Your Health, Say No to GMOs

It seems that GMOs are one of those hot topics these days. You have people actively fighting against them, you have large corporations enforcing them, and then there are those that truly care less about the topic. In any situation, the fact is that GMOs are literally everywhere. According to The Center for Food Safety, […]

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