We are told to live in fear of toxic substances and their effects on our health. But what makes something toxic? And how does our body process toxicants? It’s time to explore the different types of toxic exposures in our daily lives and whether or not we need to worry about them…Read More
Tag: healthy eating
What would it be like to “eat like a Mediterranean?” Recently, this approach to food has been touted as one of the most beneficial “diets” on the market. Can it help hopeful healthy-eaters enjoy a better relationship with their food?Read More
Is organically grown produce more nutritious than produce that is grown conventionally?Read More
There are no known long term health benefits to cleansing. And if we’re being honest, juice cleansing doesn’t taste or feel that great… So, do you really need to starve yourself with green juice to detoxify your body?Read More
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We know some toxins like cigarettes are bad for us, but most toxins don’t fit so neatly in that “good” or “bad” category. How does our body get rid of them, and can we even avoid them? Hint: expensive detox drinks and pills are not the answer! Read here: http://ow.ly/yFJO30isMgo ... See MoreSee Less