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Meat industry uses chemical 'meat glue' to trick consumers into eating food scraps

10/30/2014 - A white powder that glues together small scrap pieces of beef, lamb, chicken and fish is sold by the kilo and is considered to be the meat industry's "dirty little secret." This is not breaking news, as the industry has been at it for quite some time, but just how many people need to know if they're...

Eating with a conscience

10/21/2014 - Eating is something we take for granted due to conditioning. As little kids, what choice do we have other than eating what our parents put before us? But, as we get older and somehow develop consciousness, we can make choices. Hopefully, the processes by which some of our food choices get to us...

Why eating healthy doesn't always result in the health you desire

10/20/2014 - When deciding to finally become healthy, one of the first things we evaluate and change is the food we put in our mouth. After all, nutrition is the fuel our body runs on and to get premium results we need the best fuel, right? Turns out that is only partly true, as many people are figuring out that...

Packs of wild dogs spread Ebola after eating corpses

10/10/2014 - The ever-evolving Ebola narrative is broaching into ludicrous territory, with reports now claiming that wild dogs are going around digging up the rotting remains of deceased victims and eating their flesh in the streets. Special Ebola graveyards, where the dead are being buried in haste and at shallow...

Junk food rewires brains to make people addicted and avoid eating a balanced diet

9/8/2014 - The food industry is a sophisticated, calculating and very profitable enterprise that preys on consumer weaknesses, ones they've strategically created. Food sellers have one priority when it comes to consumers, and it's not their health, but rather assurance. They need you to keep coming back for...

United Nations: Eating insects is good for health, can create job opportunities

9/7/2014 - Would you like some strawberries with that stinkbug? How about a little quinoa with that cricket? The United Nations has a list of edible bugs on Earth -- over 1,900 to be exact -- in a released report that they hope will generate less of a "yuck" factor and more of an interest in the flavorful variety...

Eating healthy meals as a family found to reduce high-risk behaviors in children

8/27/2014 - Studies have shown that when children eat meals with other family members, especially healthy meals, they're less likely to become involved in disordered eating, drug abuse or practice unsafe sex. (1) Considering that up to 15 percent of youth in the United States suffer from depression and approximately...

Eating more of these 5 foods can help improve your eye health

8/22/2014 - Vision is one of mankind's most valued senses. Unfortunately, for many it's susceptible to extremely degenerative conditions. In the United States alone, nearly $7 billion is spent to treat cataracts, affecting about 22 million Americans over the age of 40. Approximately 75 percent of adults require...

How to save loads of money while still eating organic, non-GMO foods

7/26/2014 - Everybody who cares about their health wants to eat organic, non-GMO foods, but the challenge is being able to afford it, right? Thanks to dwindling economic opportunities and job cuts almost everywhere, discretionary income is getting harder to come by for millions. At the same time, eating foods...

Couple loses combined total of 280 pounds, says healthier eating habits helped with weight loss and led to current vegan lifestyle

7/25/2014 - Robert Foster used to weigh 327 pounds and his wife Jessica, tipped the scales at 287.(1) While Robert outwardly dealt with his weight though humor and embracing his love for bad foods, Jessica often felt as if she were invisible. However, when comments such as "she used to be something to look at....

A few good reasons to avoid eating pork

7/19/2014 - It is a well known fact that several religious texts forbid the eating of pork. According to Leviticus, the third book of Judaism's Torah and Christianity's Old Testament, pork is an "unclean" meat and is non-kosher, since pigs do not "chew the cud." Meanwhile, the eating of pork is condemned no less...

Six distinct benefits of eating a primarily whole foods, plant-based diet

7/14/2014 - People are catching on that a whole foods diet is a superior approach to achieving optimal health. Consuming plants directly from nature in an unadulterated format just seems to be the right thing to do and the way we feel confirms it. However, if one needs more convincing, here are six distinct benefits...

Woman sheds 87 pounds, says clean eating now a part of her dietary lifestyle

7/10/2014 - At 5-feet-4-inches tall and weighing 230 pounds, 29 year-old DeAnna Taylor often dismissed her excess weight as being "top heavy."(1) As a result, she spoke with a doctor about having breast reduction surgery, however, the doctor informed her that because she was morbidly obese, she'd have to lose at...

Eating food chemicals worsens a smoker's addiction to cigarettes - but there's a solution

7/1/2014 - Smokers in general underestimate the power of processed, chemical-laden foods, chemical-laden drinks and chemical-laden personal care products to put their body in an acidic state, which makes them rely on nicotine even more for temporary relief of their "chemical hangover." When smokers do finally...

Eating baked goods regularly can lead to depression - study

6/26/2014 - Before you begin your journey into discovering for yourself why baked goods cause depression, you should pre-empt that knowledge with a basic understanding of where depression usually finds its roots, and then dig them up. This will prevent them from "growing back" later. After this, you should scrub...

The blood type diet eating guidelines

6/13/2014 - There are many theories on how an individual should eat, and many diets have been created as a result of these beliefs. Whether a person eats vegetarian, vegan, Paleo or intuitively, it is a very personal decision based on experience and individual needs. However, if someone prefers a more scientific...

7th Annual Bug Eating Festival explodes from small gathering behind a barn to party taking over Austin's most prestigious park

6/13/2014 - "It started as a small gathering behind my barn" says Marjory Wildcraft, the founder of the 7th Annual Bug Eating Festival which will be held in Austin's Zilker Park on June 21st starting at 7pm in the evening. "It's just crazy how many people are into it now." Wildcraft likens eating a cricket...

Top 5 health benefits of eating mangos

6/13/2014 - The juicy, tropical flavor of mangos are enjoyed by many, but there are other benefits of eating the fruit beyond its flavor. In fact, June is National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables month, and according to Mango.org, June is also National Mango Month. All the more reason to hone in on this healthy fruit! Aside...

How eating a plant-based diet can save the world

6/13/2014 - It seems that we are heading toward an environmental crisis. Global temperatures are rising; ice caps are melting, and much of our green land is turning to desert. Resources such as water and fossil fuels are becoming scarce, whilst the demand for them increases due to growing populations and widespread...

USDA releases report on Americans' eating habits, and it's not good

5/26/2014 - It's widely known that the traditional American diet, with the high consumption of processed and other junk foods, is not healthy. However, new information from a report completed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture demonstrates just how destructive the eating habits of Americans truly are (1)....

Eating fruits and vegetables early in life lowers heart disease risk by 40 percent as we age

5/21/2014 - It is common knowledge that eating vegetables and fruits is part of a sensible diet, and yet millions of otherwise health-conscious people ignore this advice and continue to nosh on a variety of processed junk foods placing them at considerable risk to succumb to the leading killer of men and women...

3 common parasites that are literally eating you alive

5/12/2014 - Parasites are a part of life. They cause serious health issues that, in some cases, become fatal. No one is exempt from these vile creatures. Every one, even you, has at least one type of parasite. Let's review the most common types of parasites that are literally eating humans from the inside out. Hungry...

Eating legumes fights off bad cholesterol

5/7/2014 - Cholesterol is not a bad word. Like many other substances, there is the necessity in clarifying the information that is provided by popular media. Cholesterol is actually a natural compound that is made by the body and is necessary for good health. The problem lies with the types of cholesterol that...

Eating organic foods reduces pesticide exposure by nearly 90% after just one week

5/6/2014 - Just one week on a diet composed mostly (but not entirely) of organic foods can reduce adults' exposure to pesticides by an astonishing 90 percent, according to a study conducted by researchers from RMIT University in Australia and published in the journal Environmental Research on April 29. Lead...

Eating nutritious foods can help slow the progression of HPV-related cancers and warts

4/30/2014 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that about 79 million Americans are currently infected with the human papillomavirus (HPV) and that, every year, around 14 million new cases of this sexually transmitted infection arise in both genders and across all sexual orientations. In...

Women can reduce stroke risk by eating citrus fruits

4/27/2014 - It's no secret that eating a variety of fresh, organic fruits and vegetables offer an array of health benefits from improving mood to lowering cholesterol. Many of them also have the ability to reduce the risk of stroke due to compounds that improve blood flow. However, newer studies have surfaced...

The 5 common snacking mistakes that are making you fat

4/22/2014 - Losing weight is challenging for the majority of people. Cutting calories and eating smaller meals can lead to more snacking. Though snacking can be a healthy habit, it most often just leads to weight gain. Here are some common snacking mistakes that lead to major weight gain. Stress eating Stress...

Eating watermelon rind may boost libido, provide other health benefits

4/22/2014 - Many times, people discard parts of fruits and vegetables that they consider unhealthy. Not only is this habit wasteful, but it may mean that people are missing out on health benefits they never considered. For example, while many folks tend to peel the white strands of an orange away from the fruit,...

Eating legumes improves cardiovascular health

4/21/2014 - Just a single serving of legumes a day can significantly improve cholesterol levels and lower your risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a study conducted by researchers from St. Michael's Hospital in Canada and published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal on April 7. "Legumes are...

Seven daily portions of fruits and vegetables lower all-cause risk of death more than 40 percent

4/21/2014 - Nutrition scientists have been promoting the effects of a diet filled with fruits and vegetables in their natural form for the better part of the last two decades, touting the plethora of protective flavonoids and fiber provided by these natural wonders. Most people would be impressed by the latest...

Spring detox without the juice: Cleanse while eating real food

4/19/2014 - Notice how many juices are being bottled and sold on store shelves? We're literally being inundated by juice companies striving to get our attention to buy $10 juices by the dozens, ensuring we will get everything we need to clean out our systems if we just buy the juice. Yes, juice can be a powerful...

Ramp up heart health by eating more beans

4/19/2014 - The medical profession is pretty vocal about the dangers of LDL, or the so-called "bad," cholesterol. Having too much low-denisty lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol in the body sets up a person's arteries to harden and become narrow. This condition, known as atherosclerosis, substantially raises the risks...

Yet another amazing benefit of eating dark chocolate

4/16/2014 - The list of health benefits attributed to eating dark chocolate continues to grow! Now, new research published in American Chemical Society's Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry indicates that dark chocolate can help prevent type 2 diabetes and even obesity! The scientists found that in mice...

The new stink about eating more beans

4/9/2014 - Recent research out of St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto has demonstrated that eating at least one serving of beans, lentils, chickpeas or peas a day can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by reducing bad cholesterol! Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. The...

Facebook contributes to eating disorders

3/20/2014 - Is it possible that the world's No. 1 social media site could be contributing to another unhealthy condition? Yes, say researchers, who note that young women, especially, who spend a great deal of time on Facebook are more likely to be concerned about body image and, as such, are at risk for eating...

Exclusive: Treating binge eating disorder takes a comprehensive approach

3/19/2014 - They may only do it one time a week. They may do it three or four times a day. But no matter how often sufferers of binge eating disorder overindulge, all are afflicted with the same addiction, and all require a comprenehsive, supportive treatment plan that focuses on triggers, say professionals who...

Intuitive Eating: a cure for binging and disordered eating

3/19/2014 - Intuitive Eating is a way of consuming food and drink that gets in touch with our body's natural abilities and instincts. The concept is quite simple: intuitive eaters listen to their body and eat when hungry, drink when thirsty, and eat and drink what their body is telling them it needs. Do intuitive...

Can eating lean meat and avoiding organ meats cause a nutritional imbalance?

3/11/2014 - Westernized society has traditionally focused on the lean, muscular portions of meat and low-fat dairy and poultry. Traditional cultures always favored the fatty regions, the organ meats and the bones as sources of valuable nutrition. Could one develop health problems from an imbalance of lean meat...

Going bananas for mono-fruiting: does eating one fruit for long periods of time really help our health?

3/5/2014 - Mono-fruiting, or eating one type of fruit without introducing any other fruits or foods in the mix for long periods of time, is a common dietary lifestyle for many people. Just go online and it's clear that a lot of people are living life in mono-fruit land, preparing mono meals, taking trips to "Banana...

Raw-food eating couple completes a 15,782 km year-long marathon

3/5/2014 - A New Zealand couple in their 60s have completed a year-long marathon on December 31 in Melbourne, running every single day of 2013. They have run a total of 15,782 km around Australia, setting a world record of 366 consecutive marathons in 366 days. Cancer survivor Janette Murray-Wakelin, 64, and her...

Fast food chains struggle in wake of healthy eating trend

3/3/2014 - Heightened awareness surrounding the dangers of commercially processed food is hitting McDonald's, the number one global fast-food chain, where it hurts, their wallet. Due to a decline in company sales and an attempt to remain "relevant," McDonald's CEO Don Thompson announced plans to provide speedier...

Report confirms importance of eating pale produce, 'a forgotten source of nutrients'

2/21/2014 - According to a report in Advances in Nutrition, a journal published by the American Society for Nutrition, it's high time that we take a closer look at the health benefits of pale produce, not just colorful ones. The report, "White Vegetables: A Forgotten Source of Nutrients," outlines the benefits...

Flunked intuitive eating? You may not know when you are hungry or full

2/4/2014 - The latest trend recommended by weight loss experts to stop over-eating is to practice intuitive eating. Basically, intuitive eating means that you satisfy physical, not emotional, hunger by tuning into your body's signals: you eat when you are hungry; stop when you feel satisfied rather than when you...

The dangers of eating sushi

1/15/2014 - Sushi is a favorite among people of diverse ages and backgrounds. With a long history in Asian culinary tradition, sushi appeals to individuals all around the world. Typically, this type of food is perceived as healthy and safe. In fact, many individuals opt for sushi at lunch or dinner, because they...

Five traditional foods that everyone should be eating for exceptional health

1/10/2014 - Oftentimes, the most simple solution to avoiding health problems can be found in the past - namely, time-honored foods that are rooted in tradition and wisdom. Long-established cultures, through observation and a close connection with the land and its people, developed exceptionally nourishing food...

Eating meat and ignoring tomatoes is shown to have a dramatic effect on cancer incidence

1/3/2014 - If you were to ask the vast majority of young and middle-aged adults if the type of foods they regularly consume had any effect on their risk of developing a host of different forms of cancer, most would indicate a passive ignorance, as they blindly believe that risk is predetermined by their genetic...

Here's a nutty fact: Eating more tree nuts lowers the risk of all-cause death by up to 20 percent

12/27/2013 - You may think that scientific validation of daily raw nut consumption lowering your risk of death from all causes by a whopping 20 percent would send a shock wave throughout the medical community and produce headlines on every major network TV channel and online information portal. Reports of this finding...

Weight loss-obsessed girls eating GMO cotton balls soaked in lemon juice

12/4/2013 - A practice being promoted on YouTube as a fad diet is actually a form of disordered eating that can pose serious health risks, health professionals are warning. In videos promoting "the cotton ball diet," young girls soak cotton balls in lemonade or orange juice and then swallow them. The girls claim...

Five healthy vegetables you should be eating in winter

11/14/2013 - Winter is fast approaching. During the winter months, your body needs extra vitamins and minerals to help combat cold weather and illness and to maintain your good health. Sure, these vitamins can be found in supplements and over-the-counter vitamins, but instead of filling your body with pills, why...

CSA health secret: Eating local means eating in tune with the seasons

9/25/2013 - They seem to be everywhere these days: straight-from-the-farm subscription programs where folks can order shares of the weekly food harvest from their favorite local farms and partake in their seasonal offerings. But community supported agriculture (CSA) is expanding to become a whole lot more than...

Seven bold ways to redefine overeating so that you will stop

9/18/2013 - One of the basic tenets of NLP or Neurolinguistic Programming is that meaning is malleable. Meaning is subjective and open to personal interpretation. This means that you can change the perceived meaning of just about anything as long as you are somewhat conscious and mentally flexible. So often...

Mortality rate doubles for females eating refined white sugar - lab mice study rocks soda industry

8/14/2013 - In what is arguably the most shocking food study conducted since the Seralini "GMO rats" study released last year, researchers at the University of Utah have found that even a small amount of refined sugar consumption resulted in a doubling of the death rate of female mice. Fed merely the equivalent...

Eating breakfast (meal timing) lowers heart disease risk by more than twenty-five percent

7/25/2013 - The past decade has seen a continual rise in the number of new cardiovascular disease diagnosis, overtaking cancer as the primary cause of mortality in the US each year. Researchers have provided a vast number of studies detailing a host of natural foods, supplements and lifestyle modifications that...

Six easy ways to get your emotional eating habits under control

7/19/2013 - The concept of "comfort foods" is indicative of emotional eating. It could involve binging on ice cream to sooth an emotional upset or constantly craving candy to sooth nervousness. Not too serious now and then. But if chronically pursued, there's trouble ahead with obesity, diabetes, and poor liver...

Are you eating bug poison and weed killer daily?

7/14/2013 - Most people who don't tune into Natural News eat bug and weed killer every day, maybe even every meal of their lives. Many Americans, namely one in every three or more, get cancer and can't figure out why. Their doctors won't tell them the truth, and they just can't believe that it came from the food...

Don't be brainwashed into believing these common healthy eating myths

6/28/2013 - Formulating a healthy eating plan that is both balanced and nutritious can be difficult in today's world, especially when the guidelines pertaining to what constitutes healthy food vary dramatically depending on who you ask. Consequently, there are several healthy eating myths of which you will want...

6th Annual Bug Eating Festival

6/5/2013 - Are people in Austin so hungry they are eating bugs? "Well, it does help if you come to the party having skipped lunch," says Marjory Wildcraft, the host and creator 6th Annual Bug Eating Festival which will be held on Saturday June 29, 2013 at Zilker Park in Austin, TX starting about 7:00 p.m. "Hunger...

Nine-year-old girl grills McDonald's CEO over 'tricking kids into eating food that isn't good for them'

6/1/2013 - Sometimes the simplest truths in life are proclaimed from the mouths of children, and this was definitely the case at the recent annual shareholder meeting of fast food giant McDonald's, where a nine-year-old girl schooled the company's CEO Don Thompson on the issue of junk food. According to reports,...

Are you eating for life or death? That is the question

5/24/2013 - Everything you purchase, whether it is to eat, drink, or put on your skin, is a choice you make which either supports life or supports death. What are you buying next? Are you buying aspartame, MSG, GMO, bleached foods and fluoridated water? Are you buying medicine that was made in a lab that makes...

Research proves bad eating behaviors of children can lead to heart disease later in life

5/23/2013 - Heart failure is considered to be one of the top killers for men and women across the United States. This year alone, more than 900,000 people in America will have a heart attack. What's interesting is that research is now showing that heart disease can actually stem back to eating behaviors at a very...

Eating walnuts and walnut oils slashes heart disease risk by improving multiple biometrics

5/21/2013 - The impact of eating nuts has been evident for the past decade as repeated scientific studies confirm that the omega-3 fats in this tasty nut promote cardiovascular health as they improve cholesterol biomarkers. Walnuts provide healthy doses of essential minerals, fiber and vitamins to help promote...

New research targets childhood 'picky eating' as a selective eating disoder: Gluten-free recipe included

5/5/2013 - Duke University is currently conducting a survey titled, "Finding Foods Fearful: A Study of Children and Adolescents with a Fear of Trying New Foods." In an attempt to "develop new treatments, help parents feel less blamed, and learn more about the development of taste preference," researchers are encouraging...

Eating watermelons can help reduce blood pressure

4/26/2013 - According to a new study, a pre-hypertensive condition is one of the major risk factors for serious health threats such as strokes and heart attacks. However, not too many people are aware that simply eating watermelons can be very effective in naturally fighting off pre-hypertension and therefore,...

Children's dislike of healthy foods may pose a serious threat to their future - Learn to help them eat healthier

4/26/2013 - Children's dislike of healthy foods may pose a serious threat to their future. Parents, especially health-conscious parents, knowing that they are the greatest influences on their children's habits, can feel pressured to correctly instill healthy eating patterns. If you want to help your children...

Don't want to die before your time? Stop eating processed meat

3/11/2013 - A new study just published in Biomed Central's journal, BMC Medicine, has found a strong association between eating processed meat and developing heart disease and cancer. While other studies have found health risks from processed meats before, the new research is remarkable because it involved a huge...

Eating hot food from melamine plates increases risk of kidney stones

2/4/2013 - Melamine plates and cups have been the tableware of choice for many Western families during the last couple of decades, and they are fondly associated with children's parties and outdoor picnics. According to a new study by researchers at the Kaohsiung Medical University in Taiwan; however, melamine...

Facebook linked to binge eating, debt, poor self-control

1/24/2013 - Among certain people, the use of Facebook may lead to inflated self-esteem, poor self-control, and risky or even self-destructive behavior, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh, Columbia Business School and published in the Journal of Consumer Research. "To...

Overeating could lead youths down the path of drug addiction: Find out how to improve your teen's diet

1/4/2013 - "Physicians and parents should be aware that both overeating and binge eating are quite common in adolescents, and these problems put them at risk for other problems, such as drug use", says Kendrin Sonneville, doctor at Boston Children's Hospital. Kids who overeat are more likely to try drugsA recent...

Don't blow off breakfast (opinion)

12/2/2012 9:20:17 PM - Most of us think if we blow-off breakfast we'll lose weight. How would you like to lose 30 pounds within a year? Let's face it, losing weight isn't easy. But keeping it off is way harder. The people that study weight dilemmas say it can be done with little effort. Reports say that one in five...

10 easy healthy eating tips to avoid packing on the pounds this holiday season

11/21/2012 - It's that time of year again. The time between Thanksgiving and the New Year's is associated not only with "Deck the Halls" and "Trim the Tree," but also with over-eating and over-indulging. During the six weeks of back-to-back holidays that includes Thanksgiving, Kwanza, Hanukkah, Christmas, and New...

Eating mindfully is a key tool in treating Type II diabetes naturally

11/17/2012 - A new study from Ohio State University found that eating mindfully - consuming food in response to physical cues of hunger and fullness - is as effective as sticking to nutrition-based guidelines to reduce both weight and blood sugar levels in adults with Type II diabetes. Researchers said that in...

Avoid a stroke by eating more oily fish

11/6/2012 - Eating plenty of oily fish, which is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and other life-giving nutrients, several times a week can significantly reduce people's risk of having a stroke or developing other cerebrovascular diseases. These are the findings of a new study out of England, which reinforces the plethora...

Five tips for healthy eating while traveling for the holidays

11/3/2012 - The time from Thanksgiving to New Years is the most traveled month of the year. Even with the TSA nonsense at airports and increasing TSA presence at train stations, more people will continue the tradition of getting together with family members at some time during the holiday period. Some of us...

High on food - New studies show that diet alters brain functions

10/29/2012 - It may come as no surprise that what we eat affects the brain, and this is most obvious when looking at dietary disorders like obesity, compulsive overeating, and diabetes. The annual conference of the Society for Neuroscience took place between October 13 and October 17, and featured several new studies...

The health benefits of eating fall fruits

10/27/2012 - The fall season brings, not only cooler temperatures and beautiful autumn colors, but also an abundance of nutrient dense fruits. Consuming produce when it's ripe and in season yields the best nutritional value. A few of the superfood fruits of fall include apples, cranberries, kumquats, persimmons,...

Eating beans and lentils daily balances blood sugar and prevents complications in diabetics

10/27/2012 - More evidence has emerged debunking the appropriateness of a whole grain-based diet for diabetics, which mainstream health authorities often recommend as beneficial for managing the disease. A new study out of Canada reveals that regularly eating beans, lentils, and other legumes instead of grains can...

Eating grapes significantly improves heart health in men with metabolic syndrome

8/18/2012 - In past research studies, scientists have vindicated the health promoting benefits of eating grapes to lower the risk of chronic diseases ranging from cancer to dementia and diabetes. Grapes of all varieties contain potent natural compounds known as polyphenols that provide critical antioxidant and...

The art of mindful eating - Transform your life in a positive way through better eating habits

8/17/2012 - In today's fast-paced world, many people, whether they realize it or not, routinely sacrifice the beauty and wonder of a meal well eaten for a quick morsel scarfed down in between their rush from point A to point B. But the only way to truly achieve vibrant health is to practice the art of mindful eating,...

Can eating fruit help you quit smoking?

8/7/2012 - Researchers from the University at Buffalo are coming forward with some new advice for people who are struggling to give up the use of tobacco products. The longitudinal study is a groundbreaking investigation of the mutually effective relationship between tobacco use and food choices. The research...

Emotional eating

8/4/2012 - Eating can be a highly emotional process because food does more than just fill our stomachs. While eating to satisfy hunger is a normal function, emotional eating can be a self-defeating and destructive force in someone's life. Emotional eating is to eat for a reason other than hunger. We are programmed...

Chick-fil-A sandwiches contain MSG, HFCS and anti-foaming chemicals; eating them is a sin in the eyes of God

8/2/2012 - This article is sure to get me in trouble with everybody, but I just had to cringe yesterday when I heard news reports of people lining up at Chick-fil-A restaurants all across the country to protest the attack on the restaurant's CEO by the LGBT community (and same-sex marriage advocates). (http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/OTUS/chick-fil-supporters-gather-appreciation-day/story?id=16904664) To...

10 Healthy Eating Travel Tips

7/31/2012 - Whether you are planning a "stay-cation" or an elaborate vacation to a exotic foreign land, eating away from home always presents a few obstacles. Maintaining your at-home healthy eating habits and avoiding the pitfalls travelers often face, can be a challenge. Preplanning is the key, which can mean...

Discover the gateway to remarkable health with a diet rich in color

6/16/2012 - Consuming a diet rich in naturally colorful foods not only is beautiful but encourages ultimate health balance. Enjoying a variety of each color group provides a powerful defense against disease and environmental stressors. Scientific research has confirmed the importance of consuming a broad spectrum...

Home remedies help restore your health after eating GMO foods

6/12/2012 - There have been various reports on NaturalNews and in the mainstream media concerning the side effects of consuming food that has been genetically modified. Symptoms ranging from digestive and reproductive disorders to liver failure, internal bleeding and immune system dysfunction are being reported....

Homeland Security declares war on flesh-eating bacteria, a bigger threat than Al-Qaeda terrorists (satire)

5/27/2012 - A former Florida resident who now lives in Peru recently filed a lawsuit against a doctor whose negligence, he says, resulted in his penis being completely eaten by flesh-eating bacteria. In a bizarre case of bacterial terrorism, 65-year-old Enrique Milla says Dr. Laurentiu Boeru, the anesthesiologist...

Eating seasonally - one of your best health allies

4/15/2012 - Imagine a vegetable garden in the dead of winter, then imagine that same garden on a sunny summer day. Part of the beauty of nature's bounties comes from how vastly different they are during the various seasons of the year. The seasons are a source of natural diversity, and this is why changes in growing...

Eating fruits and vegetables makes you look more attractive within six weeks

3/31/2012 - Many of us already know that eating fruits and vegetables makes us healthy and energetic. We also know from experience that food and beauty are related. Now we have further evidence from research from University of St. Andrews in the UK that fruit and vegetable intake is also associated with healthy...

Want to be more attractive to others? Eat more fruits and veggies

3/13/2012 - If you have ever wondered if there was a real fountain of youth or some deep, dark secret to lasting good looks, think about how you passed on those fruits and veggies when you were younger that your mom kept trying to get you to eat. That's because, according to a new study, five portions daily...

Strong scientific evidence shows that eating berries benefits the brain

3/11/2012 - As we age, one of the functions that can often deteriorate dramatically is our mental function - our brain power, if you will. The good news is, researchers may have discovered a way to prevent this kind of decline: Eat more berries. That's right. According to research published in the American Chemical...

Low GI foods may improve eating habits for type-2 diabetes sufferers

2/22/2012 3:57:09 PM - A new study carried out at Ohio State University and published in the journal Patient Education and Counseling shows that consuming a number of foods with low glycemic indexes (GI)each day can improve long-term dietary habits for type-2 diabetes patients. The study was carried out on 35 type-2 diabetes...

Man goes into cardiac arrest after eating 'Triple Bypass Burger' from Las Vegas restaurant 'Heart Attack Grill'

2/18/2012 - A 6,000 calorie stack of three beef patties, three slices of processed American cheese, and 12 strips of bacon -- oh, and a couple veggies -- known as the "Triple Bypass Burger" recently lived up to its name at the Las Vegas restaurant "Heart Attack Grill" where it is served. Complete with "Flatline...

Teen girl rushed to hospital for eating nothing but chicken nuggets for 15 years

2/7/2012 - If you ate only McDonald's chicken McNuggets every day for practically every meal, what do you think your health condition would be like in 15 years? One British girl, 17-year-old Stacey Irvine, recently found out the hard way that such a diet severely destroyed her health when she was rushed to the...

Toxic BPA levels increase by a shocking 1,200 percent after eating canned food

1/30/2012 - A Harvard study suggests that avoiding BPA packaging most of the time isn't enough to avoid its toxic side effects. Even a daily bowl of canned soup is enough to spike your BPA levels by more than 1,200 percent. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health studied levels of the chemical BPA...

Health Basics: What is dead food, and how much are you eating daily?

1/24/2012 3:32:53 PM - You can eat food that is organic every day, but if most of it is cooked on high heat then it is void of nutrition. Just about everyone has heard of the benefits of eating raw "live" food, but what ratio of your total food intake is actually raw (or not heated over 120 degrees)? When you add up everything...

Eating healthy on a budget

1/6/2012 1:27:11 AM - Not everyone is able or ready to grow their own food yet. With food prices rising and the dollar shrinking, it's a good idea to know what to buy and where. The first thing to realize is eating solely for taste and eating out often are the wrong approaches. Allocating serious shopping time for some...

Eating Wisely (Opinion)

1/1/2012 4:16:18 PM - Like everything else in life, eating is a matter of consciously making wise choices. It is something everyone must do to keep the body healthy and alive, which is the practical purpose for eating. Unfortunately for many, the purpose of eating has become centered around satisfying the tastes the tongue...

Direct link discovered between eating fish and preventing Alzheimer's disease

11/30/2011 - According to the National Institute on Aging, as many as 5.1 million Americans may already have the progressive brain disease known as Alzheimer's, and those numbers are expected to increase as the population ages. What's more, countless people also suffer from mild cognitive impairment (MCI). Although...

You may be eating food additives without even knowing it

11/17/2011 - It is common knowledge that candy bars, chips and fast food aren't healthful, so it's no surprise to find food additives in those ingredients lists. However, there are a surprising number of additives lurking in more innocent-sounding products like applesauce and sour cream, as well. Shoppers may logically...

Cleanse your digestive system the easy way by eating kitchari

10/14/2011 - If you're a foodie wanting to clean your system out, but can't stand the thought of a strict fast, try eating some kitchari. Ayurvedic doctors swear by this hearty dish made of basmati rice, mung dal, and aromatic Indian herbs; because it is super easy to digest, highly nourishing, and purifying, it...

Research says eating walnuts improves critical thinking

9/29/2011 - Walnuts have long been known to influence the brain and in the natural health world, they're known as a key brain food. Now, according to research published in the British Journal of Nutrition, eating walnuts regularly can significantly increase critical thinking and especially what's called inferential...

Habitual eating is caused by the environment

9/17/2011 - Eating out of pure habit is something many people experience without even realizing it. Someone may unknowingly get into the habit of mindless eating while watching TV and then wonder where the few extra pounds came from. After a certain pattern is repeated so many times, that pattern becomes fixed...

Cops ticket women for sitting on park bench and eating doughnuts

6/15/2011 - Long gone are the days of common-sense courtesy when the average police officer actually took the time to consider the unique nature of minor law violations, and use his or her best judgment to decide whether a warning or a citation was most appropriate. New York City police officers recently issued...

The Benefits of Conscious Eating: Integrate Mind, Body and Spirit

5/11/2011 - In a nation where obesity numbers are skyrocketing and cancer rates are higher than ever before, more people are enjoying the benefits of a plant-based diet. Often referred to as "conscious eating," benefits of a plant-based diet include disease prevention, increased spirituality, and a reduction of...

Wannabe experts claim healthy eating is a mental disorder

5/3/2011 - Do you avoid foods that contain artificial colors and sweeteners, and stick to whole, unprocessed foods instead? If so, you just might have orthorexia, an imaginary "disease" created in 1997 by Dr. Steven Bratman that appears to be gaining more attention in recent days. According to a recent report...

Popeye was right - Eating spinach really can boost your muscles

2/21/2011 - Just about everybody who harks back a few decades are familiar with the famed cartoon character Popeye the Sailor Man, who downed a can of spinach to produce bulging muscles whenever he needed to get out of trouble. As researchers at the Karolinska Institutet in Swedenfound have discovered, it turns...

Learn the ten principles of intuitive eating (Opinion)

2/18/2011 - Intuitive eating is a process that helps you learn how to listen to your body`s cues for hunger and satisfaction. Basically, it means eating when your are hungry and then stopping when you are full. But it also means enjoying food without feeling deprived or guilty. Developed by dietician Evelyn...

Study: Prevent high blood pressure by eating blueberries

1/20/2011 - Researchers from the University of East Anglia (UEA) and Harvard University have discovered that eating blueberries helps to prevent the development of high blood pressure. According to their report, which will be published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, eating at least one serving of...

Eating together as a family reduces chances of drug and smoking addiction in kids

1/14/2011 - It would seem that more and more families lead separate lives within the home, seldom eating together unless the occasion is a special one, such as Thanksgiving or Christmas. However, sitting and eating together even a few nights a week, strengthens the family unit and can make children less vulnerable...

The top five negative-calorie health foods that burn fat while making you feel full

1/4/2011 - How do you eat more while losing more weight at the same time? One of the best answers is to eat "negative-calorie" foods, meaning that these foods actually take more energy to digest than they deliver to your body. While these foods may be an important source of phytonutrients, they are not sources...

How to avoid eating Genetically Modified Foods

12/29/2010 - Concern about eating genetically modified foods alarms many health conscious consumers. Mike Adams has likened these genetically altered foods to the Frankenstein monster and has raised concerns about the FDA's approval of a genetically altered salmon for human consumption. He has called the GM salmon...

Five simple eating principles your body is dying to follow

12/23/2010 - There are several basic principles of health that your body is dying to follow. Here is a brief discussion of 5 of these, as they pertain to eating, below. If we follow these principles we can be assured of great benefits because indeed an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Regularity...

The top 10 superfoods I'm eating every day

11/22/2010 - In case you're curious, here's what I'm buying and using right now from the realm of superfood supplements. But before I get to that list, please note that my No. 1 source for superfood is actually my local grocery store where I buy fresh, organic blueberries, raspberries, celery, lettuce greens, yams,...

Eating apples helps prevent heart disease

11/10/2010 - A new study presented at the American Dietetic Association (ADA) Annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Exposition has revealed yet another amazing health benefit gained by eating apples. According to research out of the University of Michigan Health System, eating apples and apple products reduces...

The newest eating disorder: Sleep Eating

8/17/2010 - As many as one in a thousand adults may binge eat in their sleep, according to an article in the New York Times. More than 10 percent of adults suffer from a class of conditions known as parasomnia, or sleep disorders, the article notes. In addition to the more commonly known behaviors such as sleepwalking,...

Does eating meat lead to weight gain?

7/28/2010 - According to a recent study out of Europe, eating lots of meat may be contributing to weight gain. Even among people eating roughly the same amount of overall calories, those that eat meat are more likely to weigh more than those who do not. Over 400,000 Europeans from ten different countries participated...

Eating fish helps prevent eye disease later in life

7/21/2010 - A study that recently appeared in the journal Ophthalmology has found that people who eat fatty fish at least once a week are less likely to develop age-related macular degeneration (AMD), an eye disease that gradually causes vision impairment and blindness in senior adults. The study findings add to...

Choosing healthy foods now called a mental disorder

6/29/2010 - In its never-ending attempt to fabricate "mental disorders" out of every human activity, the psychiatric industry is now pushing the most ridiculous disease they've invented yet: Healthy eating disorder. This is no joke: If you focus on eating healthy foods, you're "mentally diseased" and probably...

Natural health news gets nuttier: research shows eating nuts lowers cholesterol

5/20/2010 - NaturalNews has covered how eating pistachios lowers the risk of lung cancer (http://www.naturalnews.com/027732_pistachios_cancer.html) and how a diet rich in nuts may help prevent age-related blindness (http://www.naturalnews.com/026369_risk_olive_oil_nuts.html). Walnuts appear to have breast cancer-fighting...

Obesity: Trouble is Caused by Eating Quickly

4/1/2010 - Have you ever been told to eat your food slowly? Parents often encourage their children to eat at a moderate rate and chew their food completely. It turns out that this is good advice. Recent research, conducted by three independent groups, suggests that eating slowly actually reduces caloric intake...

Eat Slowly and Help Prevent Obesity

3/8/2010 - Eating slowly has been advocated by a multitude of health experts for many years. It has been known for quite some time that eating slowly leads to a better digestive system, but what about its ability to help cut caloric intake? According to research done by the Athens University Medical School and...

We Must No Longer Ignore the Cruelty of Our Eating (Opinion)

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Heal Yourself in 15 Days by eating MORE (not less)

3/4/2010 - Can you really heal yourself by eating more food? It seems counterintuitive, but in this article -- part eleven of our 15-day self-healing series -- I'm going to share with you how eating more food can actually be a powerful tool in accelerating your body's own natural healing potential. But there's...

New Study Finds Eating Fast Foods Increases Your Risk for Diabetes

2/24/2010 - Researchers are finally confirming what ordinary men have known all along. Eating fast food regularly increases the risk for obesity and type 2 diabetes. A recent study done by Julie R Palmer and her colleagues found that the consumption of restaurant foods significantly increases the risk of type 2...

Heal yourself in 15 days by fasting for 24 hours (part six)

2/8/2010 - Continuing our 15-part article series called Heal Yourself in 15 Days, today we focus on not doing something. In particular, I'm talking about not eating for 24 hours. It sounds simple in theory, of course: Refrain from eating anything (or drinking any beverages other than water) for 24 hours. Your...

Stop eating processed and fried foods and you'll restore the body's natural defenses, study finds

11/26/2009 - There's a drugless and side effect-free way to reduce inflammation in the body, restore the body's natural defense system, lose weight, possibly increase lifespan and improve or prevent diabetes, cardiovascular disease and kidney disease. What's more, you can get the benefits from this natural health...

Stop stomach ulcers with the miracle remedy of cabbage

11/11/2009 - Cabbage is one of the most medicinal vegetables you'll find in your garden (or your local grocery store). It contains powerful medicinal compounds that help heal cancer, but one of its best-known uses is as a natural remedy for stomach ulcers. Cabbage may not sound like amazing medicine, but in terms...

How eating kelp can prevent (and heal) goiter

11/2/2009 - Goiter is the medical name for the swelling of the thyroid gland and surrounding tissue (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goiter). The root cause of goiter eludes conventional medicine, but most naturopathic nutritionists agree that in many cases, it's prompted by a severe imbalance in thyroid function...

Paul Nison Part II: A Story of Going Raw, Immediate Healing as well as Mistakes along the Way

10/24/2009 - This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's Renegade Health Inner Circle, which can be found at http://www.RenegadeHealth.com. In this excerpt, Paul Nison shares on his story of immediate healing, as well as mistakes along the way, going raw. Renegade Health Inner Circle with Paul Nison. Paul...

Paul Nison Part III: Factors of Raw Food Living from Bananas to Blood Work

10/24/2009 - This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's Renegade Health Inner Circle, which can be found at http://www.RenegadeHealth.com. In this excerpt, Paul Nison shares on factors of raw food living from bananas to blood work. Renegade Health Inner Circle with Paul Nison. Paul Nison is a raw food chef...

Rick Dina Part III: Raw Food Philosophies and Advantages or Disadvantages of Each

8/31/2009 - This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's Rawkathon, which can be found at http://www.Rawkathon.com. In this excerpt, Rick Dina shares on two main raw food camp philosophies and the pluses and minuses of each. Rawkathon with Rick Dina.. Rick Dina has been a raw foodist for over 20 years. Rick...

Eating Prebiotics is Essential for Health and Wellbeing

8/24/2009 - Awareness of the link between diet and health has led to an increase in foods that promote wellbeing. Prebiotics are components present in food which give health by supporting the gastrointestinal tract (GI), and by giving the body what it needs to defend itself and promote health and wellbeing. Prebiotics...

Binge Eating: Find Relief through Yoga Therapy

8/11/2009 - Binge eating is said to have its origins in psychological disturbances. Binge eaters seek comfort in food when all else seems hopeless. Yoga could offer tremendous therapeutic comfort for victims of this disorder. The connection lies in the fact that yoga could help heal the mind by directing awareness...

Health Minded Consumers are Tricked into Eating More Processed Sugar

6/11/2009 - Sugar and monosodium glutamate have one thing in common. People are more likely to buy products containing them if they are called something else. Consumers trying to avoid sugar have started reading food labels. Many have begun to think that sugar by another name is not really sugar. Manufacturers...

Improve Your Digestion without Spending a Cent

5/18/2009 - Feel like a thunderstorm is going on in your intestinal tract? Or maybe you are among the people who rely on Tums or Rolaids after each meal. The bottom line is that more than half of Americans are not properly digesting their food. One simple solution that has worked for millions is sequential eating. Sequential...

Use Hypnotherapy to Treat Bulimia

5/5/2009 - According to the World Encyclopedia (2005), bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder that is characterized by excessive eating followed by purging by methods of vomiting, diuretics, or laxatives. Bulimia is usually the result of a psychological disorder and an obsession with body image. Approximately one...

Timeline: World History of Viral Pandemics: 412BC to 2009

5/1/2009 - When observing the swine flu outbreak happening today, it's helpful to have some historical context. Viral pandemics are not unusual, and talking about one isn't "alarmist." Pandemics are a regular feature of life on earth, and they occur with surprising regularity throughout world history. Wherever...

Eating Walnuts may Prevent Breast Cancer

4/24/2009 - Addressing the American Association for Cancer Research's 100th Annual Meeting 2009 in Denver, Elaine Hardman, Ph.D., offered this advice based on her cancer research: eat more walnuts. The study she presented at the meeting strongly suggests the nuts can reduce the risk of breast cancer -- a disease...

Miracle Cure for Gout and Arthritis Pain? Six Cherries a Day

4/21/2009 - I bet the big drug companies wish they had invented cherries -- they've proven to be the most powerful medicine in the world for eliminating gout and reducing the pain and inflammation of arthritis. Cherries are such powerful medicine for gout and arthritis, in fact, the FDA went out of its way to try...

Riding Raw: Interview with Raw Vegan Endurance Cyclist Harley Johnstone

4/20/2009 - Harley Johnstone has been an endurance cyclist for ten years, and he has been eating a 100% vegan diet for 7 years and a 100% raw vegan diet for over 3 years. He promotes a raw vegan diet as the ultimate in healthy eating, sustainable farming, and blissful living with a passion to realize Mother Earth...

Eating Meat Kills More People Than Previously Thought

3/30/2009 - There is no more denying it. Meat contains highly toxic substances that are responsible for many deaths and diseases. Heavy meat consumption increases your risk of dying from all causes, including heart disease and cancer, according to a federal study conducted by the National Cancer Institute and featured...

Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Brings down Diabetes Risk

3/12/2009 - Poor lifestyle and dietary habits are, without doubt, a major cause of the escalating rates of diabetes in developed nations. A recent study conducted at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and the Harvard School of Public Health has provided further proof to this assertion, having...

Four Basic Principles of Healthy Eating and Living

2/27/2009 - Changing your diet isn`t always easy. The first thing you need to realize is that when you go off the western diet you will undergo a detoxification process that will be both physically and mentally challenging. The urge to go back to toxic foods will be almost impossible to resist and it will take...

Eating Meat Boosts Risk of Prostate Cancer by 40 Percent

2/6/2009 - Eating a diet higher in meat and dairy products may significantly boost a man's risk of prostate cancer, researchers have discovered. "There is a need to identify risk factors for prostate cancer, especially those which can be targeted by therapy and/or lifestyle changes," said lead researcher Andrew...

Almonds Aid Weight Loss and Lower LDL Cholesterol

1/27/2009 - If you want to steer clear of the devastating side effects of statin drugs and still get your cholesterol numbers looking good, eating almonds may be just the right choice. Studies have shown that eating a nutritious diet that includes almonds sends LDL numbers plummeting. And there's more. Eating almonds...

The Top Three Ways Raw Food can Help Release Food Addiction

1/26/2009 - Healthy children do not naturally start to reach out for highly processed, addictive 'foods' such as bread, cakes or hamburgers; they are mainly interested in fruits. Eating 'franken-foods' is learned behaviour. Most of us are actually exposed to addictive foods like refined sugars from pre-birth, while...

Eating Apples Benefits the Heart

1/23/2009 - A team of researchers who looked at data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey from 1999 to 2004 has found that eating apples can offer protective effects against metabolic syndrome, which is a cluster of symptoms related to increased heart disease risk. People who had reported...

Top Five Tips for Handling Cravings and Emotional Eating

1/21/2009 - The connection between food and mood for humans is generally immense. We eat to celebrate; we eat if we feel sad; we eat to `reward` ourselves; we eat because someone gives us something and we feel `obliged`. Ironically, we rarely seem to eat simply to fuel the physical body. Yet we tend to so rarely...

Eating While Watching TV Increases Total Caloric Intake

1/7/2009 - Children consume more calories in given meal if they are watching television while they eat, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Toronto and funded by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research. "It was the first study done of its kind," lead researcher Harvey Anderson...

Eight Weeks to a Healthier Lifestyle Revisited

12/13/2008 - Considering the span of your lifetime in which you probably indulged in the standard American diet and lifestyle; eight weeks is a short period of time in which to reverse your unhealthy habits and create new healthy habits. No doubt you probably experienced both successes and failures during the 8...

Weight Problems Influenced by How We Eat

12/13/2008 - Being overweight or obese can be influenced by how we eat as opposed to what we eat. These are the findings of recent research into eating habits. Many of us eat with other things going on at the same time, for example, working or playing on the computer, or watching TV. This typically means we are...

Dr. Jameth Sheridan Shares the Pitfalls of a Raw Food or Vegan Diet : Part II

12/10/2008 - This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's Renegade Roundtable, which can be found at http://www.RenegadeRoundtable.com. In this excerpt, Dr. Jameth Sheridan shares candidly on the pitfalls of a raw food or vegan diet. Renegade Roundtable with Dr. Jameth Sheridan. Dr. Sheridan is a naturopath...

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