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How a Plant-Based Diet Improves Fertility

How a Plant-Based Diet Improves Fertility
We have heard many success stories about infertile couples who have been able to conceive a child after switching to a whole-food, nutrient-dense, plant-based diet. According to this article by Dr. Joel Fuhrman, "Approximately 7.3 million women in the U.S. have impaired ability to become pregnant, and 10-17% of couples experience infertility or subfertility at...
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Eating Beans Lowers Cholesterol

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Can Diet Prevent Cataracts?

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Why do Animal Products Cause Inflammation?

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Dairy Associated With Recurrent Ear Infections

Dairy Associated With Recurrent Ear Infections
Earaches and ear infections are one of the most common reasons why parents bring their children to the doctor's office. In most cases, those children who develop an ear infection will develop subsequent infections. My heart's desire is to prevent these children from suffering repeatedly. This requires first relieving their current earache or ear infection...
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Hi, Linda, what do you think about acid reflux as cause of recurrent ear infection. I got this post on Facebook is it possible, se... Read More
Wednesday, August 19 2015 17:46
Sean Carney
Pete, We need to determine the cause of the acid reflux. It is well known that dairy causes acid reflux. Here is a search with hel... Read More
Wednesday, August 19 2015 21:16
Ken Thomas
Matthew 15 hours ago This very problem destroyed my life. It's too bad doctors aren't more aware of this problem. My recurring ear... Read More
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Dairy Promotes Type-1 Diabetes

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Industrial Carcinogens in Animal Fat

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Changing our Taste Buds

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What’s Wrong With Eggs?

What’s Wrong With Eggs?

Scrambled, fried, hard boiled, or poached - there seems to be a way to prepare eggs to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. I'm sure many of you have fond memories of eating bacon and eggs for breakfast with your families on weekend mornings. Eggs are a comfort food. When asked what is wrong with eggs I sometimes flippantly reply "besides the yolk, the whites and the shell?" But, seriously, let's delve a little deeper...

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i would love to see whether there is a difference btwn eggs from organically raised, true free range chickens & the ones (conventi... Read More
Thursday, December 06 2018 15:55
Deborah
Even organic eggs are cholesterol-bombs, fiber-deficient, excessively high in saturated fat and come from chickens who are bred to... Read More
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Which has More Protein? Steak or Kale?

Which has More Protein? Steak or Kale?
Eliminating nutrient-deficient foods from our kitchen is a good way to begin making the transition to a health-supporting diet, but we must not stop there. In order to achieve optimal health, we must also replace those foods with whole, nutrient-dense, plant foods. These foods contain a symphony of micronutrients, antioxidants, phytochemicals, vitamins, minerals, essential fats, phytosterols,...
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Fish May Interfere With Male Fertility

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Red Meat Linked to Heart Disease

Red Meat Linked to Heart Disease
Research has narrowed down a compound in red meat that could be an important link in the promotion of coronary artery disease. This is in addition to the well known fact that saturated animal fats significantly increase the risk factors associated with developing heart disease. The compound that was discovered in red meat is called carnitine. During...
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