Archive for the ‘Nutrition’ Category

Cure Your Allergies

Saturday, January 14th, 2012

Sick of suffering with allergies? You don’t have to anymore. Embrace the right diet and lifestyle and they can be a thing of the past.

Learn what causes allergies and how you can overcome yours here.

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Eight Nutrition Mistakes Raw Foodists Make

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

If you unquestionably accept the RDAs, RDIs, and other nutrient-intake guidelines set by this world’s medical organizations and government agencies, you’re going to be one confused raw foodist.

Raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds are the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, right? So why, when we enter our diets into nutrient-tracker websites and software, do we come up short in a number of key nutrients?

My coaching clients are often concerned by these perceived shortfalls because they view the RDAs/RDIs as universal, when nothing could be further from the truth.

If you actually look at the science you’ll see that those healthy diets have radically different needs than your average SAD eater.

In this article we reexamine our need for eight key nutrients. You may be surprised with what you find out.

Read the article here.

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Why Are Savvy Guys Like Tim Ferriss Still Getting Sick? Look To Their Food.

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

After more than a year traveling around Asia, including some poor areas in Indonesia, Thailand, Combodia, and Laos where hygiene is not up to first world standards, I’ve yet to get a case of travelers’ diarrhea or food poisoning, or so much as a head cold, for that matter. This streak of no sickness has been going since 2005.

Entrepreneurial and personal growth writer Tim Ferriss loves to travel the world, but his track record isn’t so great, and he recently reported serious diarrhea and near delirium brought on by a 101 degree fever after eating some bad food in India.

So what’s the magic difference? Our food.

Read what you need to do to escape travelers’ diarrhea and food poisoning, and what Ferriss is doing wrong here.

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