How Energy Drinks are Destroying Your Health
When’s the last time you took an energy drink to wake up in the morning or to get through a busy day? If you have, you’re certainly not alone. In fact, the energy drink industry has grown from a $3.8-billion business in 1999 to a $27.5-billion business in 2014. That’s more than a 620% jump!
How Zeolite Supports Detox
By James T. Reese L. Ac. OMD
Any primary health care practitioner knows that when you have a toxic load that exceeds the body’s ability to process, you will be in trouble.
Toxic overload can result in several areas not functioning properly, including slowing or blocking organ filtration, which will stop even the best quality of applied health care.
Chocolate Can Make You Smarter and Happier
It’s almost too good to be true. How could something so delicious be packed with a seemingly endless list of health benefits? Fortunately for you chocolate fanatics out there, science has revealed yet another reason to consume dark chocolate on a regular basis.
7 Star Athletes Powered by Plant-Based Protein
Professional athletes require an extraordinary number of calories, protein, and other nutrients to fuel their highly active lifestyle. Among these nutrients, protein receives the most attention by far. That’s because protein is required to build and maintain muscle.
Can Pasteurisation Damage Your Health?
If you drink organic milk, eat high amounts of cheese, or consume whey protein regularly, you may want to stop and check the label. That’s because most organic milk and dairy products on the market are not just pasteurised, they are ultra-high-temperature (UHT) pasteurised.
A Healthy Gut = A Happy Child
Did you know that we are all super-organisms? We share our bodies with several hundred microbial species and you and your family each have about 100 trillion bacteria currently lurking in your gut, on your tongue and on your skin. This is called your microbiome.
Plant Protein for Longevity
When it comes to protein, vegans have it right. Plant proteins provide complete amino acid profiles for optimal muscle growth and recovery. While athletes may need substantial amounts of protein to support their active lifestyles, we all need nutritious protein sources for good health.