Search this site
Like us on Facebook!
Follow us on Twitter!
Sign up for our newsletter!
Get started on a traditional, Real Food diet! Click on the photo!
- Nourishing Our Children – Learn How to Help Your Family to be Healthier and Better Nourished
- What is the number one superfood? Can the NuVal nutrition score help us find healthy foods?
- We Need Better Bugs! The Importance of a Healthy Microbiome
- On the Real Food News Front – 8/8/14
- On the Real Food News Front — 08-1-14
Major Topicsbutter cancer cholesterol coconut flour FARFA farmers market FDA food freedom food rights food safety FTCLDF genetically engineered glyphosate GMOs grain-free grassfed beef health healthy fats healthy foods heart disease homogenization local food meals monsanto nutrition organic paleo pasteurization pastured chicken pastured eggs pastured pork pesticides raw milk real food real food on a budget recipes restaurants saturated fat soy sustainable farming Texas food laws traditional food WAPF WAPF 2011 Conference what's for dinner
Tag Archives: heart disease
Cholesterol does not cause heart disease, strokes, or atherosclerosis! Sound radical? More and more scientists, physicians, and researchers are admitting that the long time vilification of cholesterol is based on inadequate studies and misinterpreted results. In fact, our bodies need … Continue reading
The big health/nutrition news this last week was about a study that supposedly showed how eating egg yolks is almost as bad as smoking. What??? The first account I read of the study was on Science Daily, and that story, … Continue reading
Dr. Robert Lusting is in the mainstream news right now because of his interview (includes video) by Dr. Sanjay Gupta on 60 Minutes last Sunday. The story is titled “Is Sugar Toxic?” Dr. Lustig, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology … Continue reading
February is Heart Health Month and many stories have popped up about how to ‘eat healthy’ to avoid cardivascular disease. Unfortunately most of the articles have been written by people who have not been keeping up with the latest research … Continue reading
Don’t just read the headlines! Don’t just listen to the sound bites! There are many stories going around right now that seem to say that women have been neglected because they haven’t been given statins as often as men. Who has … Continue reading
A Norwegian University study questions the ‘common knowledge’ that total cholesterol is a strong risk factor for heart disease. The aim of the study was to determine the “strength and validity of total serum cholesterol as a risk factor for mortality as defined by current CVD (cardiovascular … Continue reading
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has long been an advocate of controversial food policies. Since the 1970s they have attracted media attention to many of their campaigns. Two reports brought my attention back to CSPI. The first was … Continue reading
In The Washington Post online, I found a reference to an analysis published last year in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The objective of the meta-analysis was “to summarize the evidence related to the association of dietary saturated fat with risk of … Continue reading