Book Review: “The China Study” by T. Colin Campbell
The China Study clearly lays out how the current Western diet can be improved to prevent lifestyle diseases. We say: Most important book on nutrition and health
2 Raw Food? No, Thanks!
3 main reasons for saying “No, thanks!”: 1. Culture, society, mental imagery, desire, and substitutes for love; 2. your environment; 3. the larger environment.
Book Review: “Salt Sugar Fat” by Michael Moss
The only way out of the fast-food dilemma is to do it yourself. Only a relative few with the necessary financial resources manage to do this.
Diet and Lifestyle Can Prevent Breast Cancer
Breast cancer doesn't occur overnight. Many years can pass before a palpable lump forms. But lifestyle changes can prevent it from developing further.
3 Why Raw Food?
Reasons for and against raw food: disease or obesity often causes people to turn to raw food. But you can end up on an unhealthy path, as with any type of diet.
Epigenetics: We Influence Our Genes and the Genes of Others
The mechanisms of life are more complex than previously thought, writes molecular biologist Gottfried Schatz, codiscoverer of mitochondrial DNA.
4 Types of Raw Food Diets
You can see from this article that there are many variations of a raw food diet. Don’t select a very rigid plan, at least initially. Learn as you go.
Prevent and Reverse Type 2 Diabetes With a Plant-Based Diet
One in eleven people has diabetes. In less than fifteen years, this number will double. A plant-based diet can prevent and even reverse this condition.
How to Prevent Colorectal Cancer
Between 66% and 75% of colorectal cancer cases can be prevented by having a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Why do people get cancer?
Unhealthy diet and lifestyle account for 69 % of the cancers.
Can we eat to starve cancer? | William Li
William Li presents a new way to think about cancer treatment: angiogenesis, targeting the blood vessels that feed a tumor.
Food for thought: How your belly controls your brain
Our bellies and brains are connected. The state of our intestines can alter the way our brains work, giving a whole new meaning to 'Food for thought".
Shaved Celery Root Linguini & Mushrooms (Video)
Truffle pumpkin seeds, mushrooms, and sage give this celery root linguini an Italian flair. A nice alternative to traditional pasta.
Zucchini Spaghetti with Hemp Pesto (Video)
Zucchini Spaghetti with Hemp Pesto and Almond Parmesan - a delicious raw dish, and a nice alternative to pasta.
Sweet and Spicy Gazpacho with Cilantro (Video)
This sweet and spicy gazpacho with pineapple, cucumber and cilantro tastes amazingly flavorful. It is a refreshing low-calorie treat.
Cucumber Rolls with “Goat’s Cheese” and Mint Sauce (Video)
These Cucumber Rolls with “Goat’s Cheese” and Mint Sauce hold together surprisingly well. Check out the recipe!
Apple Chia Pudding with Cinnamon and Cardamom (Video)
This fruity apple chia pudding with cinnamon and cardamom is not only exquisitely delicious, it is also quite healthy.
Raw Chili with Mushrooms and Wild Garlic (Video)
This chili with mushrooms and a sauce seasoned with wild garlic is a raw recipe.
How Exercise can Transform our Schools: John J. Ratey
Dr. John J. Ratey, MD, explains why exercise is so important for the brain, especially when it comes to students in classrooms of schools.
Quinoa Nut Muesli with Soy Milk (Video)
"Quinoa Nut Muesli with Soy Milk and Hazelnuts" is a good way to use cooked quinoa.