If you’re a wine lover, you might want to avoid European wines because you get more than tasty wine when you have glass. Most european wines also contain seven deadly heavy metals, and, heavy metals, such as maganese, accumulate in the brain and have been linked to diseases such as Parkinson’s.Read More →

If you’ve heard eating fish is good for you, you may have thought every fish contained Omega-3s and was heart healthy. Think again! According to a nutritional study, farm-raised tilapia is exceedingly low in omega-3s and unusually high in Omega-6s, and that combination has been linked to an increase riskRead More →

If you’ve heard eggs are bad for you because of the cholesterol found in their yolks, the yolk may be on you. Researchers are finding eggs are more than what they’ve been cracked up to be when it comes to good health. In fact, numerous studies have shown eggs offer some exciting healthRead More →

Bell peppers are nightshade plants and are related to chili peppers. They originated in South America as early as 5000 BC, and Christopher Columbus mistakenly named them “pepper,” which means pimiento in Spanish. When Spanish conquistadors discovered they were extremely tasty, they carried them back to Europe, and, luckily, the plants were hardy and highly adaptableRead More →

If you’re just starting to improve your diet, one of the best things you can do is eliminate trans fats. Trans fats are formed when liquid vegetables oils—sunflower, soy, corn, peanut, and so forth—are heated, transformed, and solidified by partial hydrogenation, making them partially hydrogenated oils. When eaten, these hydrogenated oils or trans fats are unnatural toRead More →

If you’ve decided you want to get in on the health benefits related to eggs, you may be wondering which eggs are the best ones to buy because there are so many choices—aracauna eggs, white eggs, brown eggs, organic eggs, cage-free eggs, free range eggs, lutein eggs, omega-3 enhanced eggs, pasturized shellRead More →

In case you aren’t aware, America’s farmers dump some 850 million pounds of pesticides on food crops each year, and, in case you’re wondering, washing and rinsing does not eliminate pesticides. What can reduce pesticide exposure is extensive peeling of the fruit or vegetable, although that also reduces the food’s mineral and vitamin value. BetweenRead More →