Tag Archives: diabetes

The Truth about Sunscreen and Sun!

Why is their so much Misinformation about Sunscreen and the Sun? Money! CNN and its “Fake News” really struck a nerve the other day. I watched the two reporters talk about the recently released study that claims sunscreen is bad for us, as it contains chemicals that enter the bloodstream. The reporter said, “they are […]

Rice, The Naked Truth!

Why is there so much Misinformation about Rice? The answer to that question is simple. The food and beverage industries are built on misinformation and profit maximization at the health expense of the consumer. Misinformation is rampant within these industries, as is the use of toxic ingredients in many packaged and processed foods. I recently read […]

Go Keto and stay Keto, for Life!

Before 2

A Simple Guide to the Keto Lifestyle. I meet a lot of people both online and in person. I hear the same thing over and over again; “I did Keto for a while and stopped”. When I ask how long for, the answer is usually similar: Anything between 2 to 4 weeks. I hear mixed […]

Is Cardio Training Dead?

Or has Strength Training been overhyped of late? Interesting question, don’t you think? I mean, wouldn’t it be great news if you could really just ditch the long and boring cardio sessions? If it were true that what Naturalnews.com recently reported,  “Strength Training, more than walking and cycling, significantly reduces heart disease risk”. This would be […]