This book, written by Dr. Joel Fuhrman, is highly recommended for anyone interested in health and fitness — although this review contains a couple of caveats worth noting.
A personal account of energizing weight loss using coconut oil and natural, fiber-rich foods.
When it comes to explaining how cell walls really work — and how trans fats cause disease — the Ling Hypothesis has a lot going for it.
Free radicals attack your body, literally oxidizing it (like rust) and causing disease. Antioxidants defend you. If you are living an industrial lifestyle, you need a diet that is rich in antioxidants.
Aloe Vera may be the most healing plant on the planet.
The drink you need when you’re working out — especially when you’re doing endurance work. It’s good for when you’re playing golf, too. (Golf requires the dexterity and coordination of a violinist, but it feels as physically demanding as running a marathon!)
While most vitamins and minerals are needed in minute quantities, macro nutrients are things your body needs in large quantities.
Coconut oil can replace most of your medicine cabinet, energize you, and make you slimmer in the bargain.
The Vitamin Shoppe appears to be little more than a front for the fake-foods industry. If you think all their supplements are healthy, think again. Before you buy, read the labels!