10 Reasons Cholesterol Is Necessary for Health

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 →

Omelet with Goat Cheese and Bacon

You’ve probably learned by now that my favorite foods are REAL, healthy, nutritious, and, whenever possible, quick to fix.  Here’s another favorite–a two-egg omelet with goat cheese–which I usually eat as a quick lunch or supper since almost every day I … Continue reading →

Sugar Brain Fog

Yesterday I read an article that brought on one of those epiphany moments, when you say, “So that’s why I feel that way!”  I now understand why I no longer have Sugar Brain Fog and how I lost it.  Well, you ask, what … Continue reading →

CSPI’s Advice is NOT in the Public Interest

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 →

Analysis Shows No Association of Saturated Fat With Cardiovascular Disease

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 →

Dr. Mercola’s Keys to Curb Obesity

Dr. Mercola has posted a response to an annual obesity report by Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.  The 2011 report that shows US obesity rates are rising–no surprise–and that twelve states have obesity rates above … Continue reading →