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The Benefits of Butter: A Rich Source of Butyrate

The Benefits of Butter: A Rich Source of Butyrate

You may have heard of butyrate, especially in connection with your gut health. Although your friendly bacteria can synthesize it in your colon, you can also find other sources of this vital short-chain fatty acid (SCFA). One such source is butter. Read more…

Orange Is for Ovaries and So Much More!

Orange Is for Ovaries and So Much More!

I’ve been coming across some fascinating new research that relates to the color orange lately. Here are three tidbits I’ve found about orange-colored foods that may help keep you flowing and healthy. Read more…

Photoprotective Nutrients for the Skin

Photoprotective Nutrients for the Skin

The skin is the largest organ of the body. It’s also the most exposed one, so it’s more vulnerable to attack from environmental influences like the sun. One of the ways to protect yourself against the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation is to work from the inside with nutrients. Read more…

Nightshades: Friend or Foe?

Nightshades: Friend or Foe?

Some suggest nightshades should be eliminated from people’s diet, especially if someone has arthritis or an autoimmune disease. Is there any evidence that these vegetables, which often have healthy nutrients and phytochemicals, should be black-listed? Read more…

Is There a Best Way of Eating for Everyone?

Is There a Best Way of Eating for Everyone?

Is there really one way of eating that works for everyone? Where can we even begin to break down this massive topic about the best way of eating? Let’s take a closer look at some of the components and see what conclusions may be drawn. Read more…

The Brain in Your Skin

The Brain in Your Skin

The interactions between your skin and brain are not just one way. In fact, many researchers now believe the skin is a neuroendocrine organ in its own right. Let’s dive into the literature to Read more…

Eggs

Eggs

Eggs have been the subject of debate, having been touted as the perfect food by some, and vilified by others due to cholesterol content and saturated fat. Read more…

Food Allergies

Food Allergies

There is an increasing prevalence of food allergies. Despite some increases in diagnoses arising from better testing, most can be attributed to changes in lifestyle and environmental factors. Read more…

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