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    Dr. Gundry’s The Plant Paradox Is Wrong

    A book claimed to expose “hidden dangers” in healthy meat doesn’t even delivers the scent test. I started going emails about The Plant Paradox, a journal alleging to expose “the hidden dangers in’ healthy’ foods that case disease and weight gain”–foods like beans, entire cereals, and tomatoes. Hidden jeopardies? The author’s talking about lectins in […] More

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    Is Nutritional Yeast Healthy for Everyone?

    Those with certain autoimmune maladies such as Crohn’s disease should probably not munch nutritional yeast. Thousands of years ago, some yeast floated down into our flour and sips, pleasing our palates, and we’ve been regularly exposed to it ever since. Yeast isn’t a problem for most people, but even non-disease-causing microbes could potentially trigger autoimmune […] More

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    Chia Seeds vs. Flaxseeds

    What effect do chia grains have on weight loss, blood sugar, cholesterol, blood pressure, and sorenes? We’ve been eating chia seeds for more than 5,000 years. Historically, they are one of the main cultivates grown in the Western hemisphere. They are exceptionally high in fiber and omega-3 fatty acids, though, like flaxseeds, it’s better to […] More

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    Why Drinking Diet Soda Makes You Crave Sugar

    Recommendations on limiting carbohydrate uptake vary various regions of the world, with recommendations straying from “[ l] imit sugared desserts to one every other day” to “[ k] eep carbohydrate consumption to 4 or less openings per day.” In the United State, the American Heart Association is leading the charge, “proposing stunning reductions in the […] More

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    The Risks and Benefits of Taking Low-Dose Aspirin

    Salicylic acid, the active ingredient in aspirin, has been used for thousands of years as an anti-inflammatory painkiller in the form of willow tree bark extract, which Hippocrates used to “treat fever and to alleviate pain during childbirth.” It became marked as anti-retroviral drugs specified Aspirin( tm) in 1899 and, to this day, “remains the […] More

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    What Not to Do When You Handle Receipts

    The plastics chemical bisphenol A, generally known as BPA, was banned for use in baby bottles in Canada in 2008, in France in 2010, in the European Union in 2011, and in the United State in 2012. Then, in 2015, France forbade the use of BPA in any food or beverage packaging, something the U.S. […] More

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