What Insiders Know About Processed Food

August 21, 2019

While the fact that processed foods are intentionally designed by food scientists to be addictive is no secret, many people are surprised to learn this fact.  This is because the addictive value of food is rarely discussed by large media outlets.  Past threats to stop spending their advertising dollars with those who air or publish anything that can harm processed…

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Food Addiction. It’s Real.

July 5, 2019

Food addiction. It is two words that for many years people were discouraged from using for fear they would “shame” people away from eating. Somehow, educating people about the potential health consequences of eating processed food was a horrible thing to do if you suggested these edible products were in any way addicting. However, as Dr. Mark Hyman puts it…

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Cancer Cells Love Sugar

July 2, 2019

Cancer cells need sugar to survive.  Sure, there may be a few types that minimize the use of sugar.  But most cancers we know of including breast, ovarian, colon, pancreas, lung, cervix, brain tumors, kidney, and many more all have one thing in common.  They love sugar, better known in the body as glucose.  In fact, without glucose, these cancer…

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Genetically Modified Foods: You Are Eating Them; Like It or Not

October 10, 2018

This is a follow-up article to my previous article and includes Young Living’s response. Of all the problems with the current food supply in the United States, I believe genetically modified (GM) foods is still the most misunderstood.  In casual conversation if I ask 10 different people, “What do you know about GM food?”  Or, “Do you eat GM foods?” …

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Whole Foods and Processed Foods: What’s the difference?

July 10, 2018

When I meet people who are interested in nutrition and begin answering the many questions they have, often their final question for me is this.  If you had just one piece of advice for everyone, or one diet you would recommend, what would it be?  My answer is always “eat a whole foods diet.”  After that, I would say about…

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