Yearly Archives: 2011


Chocolate For the Heart

Interesting how chocolate is often associated with ‘love’ and ‘heart’ given its known benefit on the cardiovascular system . A review study just presented in Paris – a city that is renowned for its love of food and chocolate – showed that individuals who ate the most chocolate had a […]


Type of Fat With Vitamin D Is Important

This abstract below looked at the absorption of Vitamin D as it relates to the type of fats we consume.  It also only studied people 65 and older so we can only conclude this applies to seniors, however we can make an assumption that it may apply to everyone.   The […]


"Natural" Breakfast Cereals Are Not So Natural…Kashi, Barbara's Oats

It has been known that cereals that contain oats, soy, corn are most likely contaminated with pesticides and/or genetically modified if they do not have the USDA Organic label. I typically do not recommend cereals with a lot of grains such as Kashi because of the potential food sensitivity issues.  […]

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Do You Milk?

There is so much data about the correlation with milk and chronic diseases. There was a lot of press about A1 vs A2 types of milk and the correlation with heart disease about 7 years ago. Now there was just another study released that correlated milk intake in adolescence with […]


Food Matters – Free Viewing

In case you haven’t seen Food Matters it is available for free viewing until October 8th. See:  http://foodmatters.tv/screeningevent2