Chronic diseases, like cancer and heart disease, are all too common in the US. There’s good evidence that changing how we eat could prevent chronic disease.
Sometimes you need structure in your eating approach. So U.S. News evaluated 35 well-known diets to identify the best diet in the bunch. Healthy new year!
Vegetarians can add another helping of kale to their plates. According to a study published in the recent issue of the journal Nature, there are more perks to a plant-based diet than just health. It’s also the best diet to reduce the impact of global warming.
At a recent Vegetarian Society of Hawaii event, the author of The China Study – Dr. T. Colin Campbell – explained the dangerous disconnect between food and medicine.
Last week we announced we will be hosting a giveaway for free copies of the wonderful documentary, PLANEAT! PLANEAT talks about the global effects of food and how diseases of affluence can be greatly aided by a plant-based diet. (If you don’t remember, you can read the review here.) Just a little reminder that you can still enter the giveaway over the weekend. See below for how to enter.
For whatever reason you might be drawn to upping your all-natural juice intake, and for whatever duration, it is a great way to get a high volume of nutrients in a small package.