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Most doctors do not receive more than a few hours of nutrition education. After all, they get paid to treat sick people…
That’s why we are so excited about the Food Revolution Summit.
Over this life-changing week, you’ll get more useful info about the foundation of your health than most doctors will ever know. For no charge!
Check it out and sign up now.
The more we find out about what’s really going on with our food, the more important we realize it is to be informed.
We don’t want to be a victim, and we know you don’t either.
Did you know that Monsanto and its allies spend hundreds of millions of dollars to keep you in the dark about the real impact of what you eat?
And did you know that starting April 27, many of the top food experts on the planet are coming together to upset Monsanto’s agenda, and to light up your food world?
Food Revolution Summit.
We’ve been led to believe that processed foods seem like the answer to today’s busy lives. New fads and fancy advertisements make promises that keep us coming back for more. The sad reality is that processed products are everywhere we look, making them increasingly harder to avoid.
Processed foods are also more convenient – that’s what it really comes down to in an ever increasing time poor society. It’s so much easier to bake a cake by opening up a box, pouring out a dry mix, and adding an egg and some oil than starting from scratch. But what is the price we really pay for this seemingly great convenience?
1. Processed Foods Are Addictive and Can Cause You To Overeat Continue reading
Mediterranean diet: Choose this heart-healthy diet option
The Mediterranean diet is a heart-healthy eating plan combining elements of Mediterranean-style cooking. Here’s how to adopt the Mediterranean diet.
By Mayo Clinic staff
If you’re looking for a heart-healthy eating plan, the Mediterranean diet might be right for you. The Mediterranean diet incorporates the basics of healthy eating — plus a splash of flavorful olive oil and perhaps a glass of red wine — among other components characterizing the traditional cooking style of countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea.
Most healthy diets include fruits, vegetables, fish and whole grains, and limit unhealthy fats. While these parts of a healthy diet remain tried-and-true, subtle variations or differences in proportions of certain foods may make a difference in your risk of heart disease.