New research findings from the Harvard School of Public Health have found that the consumption of too many sugar sweetened drinks can lead to early puberty.
About 200,000 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in the US this year. The disease will kill nearly 40,000. Mangos may help lower those numbers.
On top of October Unprocessed and the Vegan Month of Food, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Do those pink labels on products represent a real effort to save lives or is the pink ribbon just clever marketing in disguise?
Wearing pink may help raise awareness about breast cancer, but eating green—healthy vegan foods—can actually help prevent the disease. Perhaps that’s why not only is October just Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it’s also World Vegetarian Awareness Month. If you want to “go” both pink and green, try Pink Lady apples, pink grapefruit, pink rhubarb, or even mushrooms in special pink packaging.
Despite conflicting advice from isolated studies, a glass of red wine daily with meals is a healthy habit.
A new study supports the growing body of research that suggests that moderate red wine consumption may reduce breast cancer risk.
“…scientists haven’t finished distilling the secrets of good health that have been hidden in natural products such as red wine.”
Check out the many health benefits of avocados and get my favorite guacamole recipe.
The toxic chemical bisphenol A, or BPA, has been scientifically linked to adverse health conditions in over 200 studies. Just recently, I reported on one showing a clear link between [ … ]