I sat and had a think the other day about the attributes people I like have, and how important they are. I have come up with 30 that I think we all would love to possess, and certainly admire in others. Would you like to be more “likeable”? Here are some attributes of people I really admire. They:
There’s been a lot of talk for some time now around the huge value of Vitamin K2 in general health. In 2007 Vitamin K2 was recognised as being vital to heart and bone health, and imperative to the absorption of Vitamin D3. For the purpose of this article, though, we’ll speak about the effect of Vitamin K2 on the health of the arteries. Understand first though that Vitamin K1 and Vitamin K2 are very different nutrients with completely different functions. The reason for me constantly plugging away at the fact that we need to eat grass- fed butter as opposed to normal supermarket butter (or rather butter from cows not.
Too many people suffer with hypertension today for one reason or another, and many would like to find natural ways to avoid drugs – well, there are numerous ways to do this naturally. , Here are just 5 tips to help you do just that – 5 simple things you can try immediately. Bear in mind too, that the main cause of hypertension is inflamed arteries, so we need to lower that inflammation to begin to address hypertension. (See too the article on Vitamin K2 for healthy arteries). Here are the 5 tips: 1. Stop grains and sugar – these are at the ROOT of the inflammatory cascade that takes.
Many people ask me what I eat for breakfast – well that’s a loaded question – all sorts of things! But I’ll get to that later. A good breakfast is really important in helping you to avoid the mid-morning crash most people feel after eating a less than healthy breakfast. It’s all about the secret of keeping your blood sugar stable. Here are some tips firstly of things not to do, and then ideas of how to have a great breakfast that keeps you feeling fabulous all day. Don’t eat fruit – it will lead to a blood sugar spike, and then a crash, leaving you irritable and hungry. Fruit.
By: Brian Craig, Vice President – Sales & Marketing, Xlear Inc. On occasion, there are articles written and posted on free Internet sites that have raised questions about the health benefits and safety of xylitol. Frequently, these articles are written to promote a personal agenda or sell a book, and in many cases are reckless in their attempts to twist facts to support their efforts. As a leading manufacturer of Xylitol products for nearly 10 years, we want to again reassure our customers and the public that Xylitol, one of the most scrutinized sweeteners on the market, is safe. Xylitol is a natural occurring sweetener, found in many fruits and.
I have to share these two pictures with you – to show you how Banting has taken over the country. You really know you are part of a revolution (thanks to the Real Meal Revolution) when coffee shops start offering Bulletproof Coffee around the country (the LCHF version of cappuccino), low carb options and Banting menus appear, stores run out of cauliflower and the potatoes and pasta piles up and they can’t sell it! Health stores run out of psyllium, coconut flour and almond flour – and the ordinary flours pile up on supermarket shelves! Real Meal Clubs are springing up around the country, and groups of LCHF people meet.
Something’s Amiss with Plants… Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for eating plants, but we can’t exist on plants alone as plants simply cannot deliver the protein our bodies need. Yes, some plants do contain small amounts of protein but they are not sufficient neither are they the correct kind of protein, to meet the needs of the human body. Generally, plants only contain a few of the amino acids needed, and no one plant food has them all, and no single plant contains the essential amino acid taurine. However fish, poultry and meat contains all of the amino acids needed. This fact alone is a convincing argument that humans.
The bottom line is that they contain omega-6 fats, primarily found in soy, corn, cottonseed, sunflower, safflower, flaxseed, grape seed and canola oil (which also contains rancid omega-3 fats) and are a category of polyunsaturated oils found in seeds and grains. The seeds are mostly ok, concentrating the oils from them isn’t. You can imagine – to make an entire bottle of seed oil takes violent and heavily industrialized processing. Omega-6 vegetable oils are not generally fats that you could easily produce in the comfort of your own kitchen like the simple and age old process of pressing olives into olive oil (a monounsaturated omega-9 fat) or churning cream into.
If you struggle with heartburn, you’re not alone. Heartburn is a symptom of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), often simply called “reflux,” in which acid and stomach enzymes rise from the stomach into the esophagus, much like water bubbling into a sink from a plugged drain. Modifying your diet and lifestyle really is the most effective way to deal with this. Try these suggestions: