The scientific journals are filled with reports of neurological issues from eating aspartame and sucralose ‘… participants had more irritable mood, exhibited more depression, and performed worse on spatial orientation tests.’ [Neurobehavioral Effects of Aspartame Consumption, Res Nurs Health. 2014 Jun; 37(3): 185–193.]
Some describe the increasing Alzheimer’s in the population as a ‘health meteor’ that’s going to strike the elderly populations of modern countries around 2025. The good news is that great information is surfacing about how to avoid Alzheimer’s disease.
Your body was not designed to have a constant food supply at arm’s reach. The ready supply of calorie-dense foods and its resulting consequence (a generally sedentary lifestyle) has led to an over-fed and under-active, over-weight and under-muscled population that is riddled with sickness and disease.
If this is your first time hearing that grains are problematic in the human diet, then it can come as quite surprise. More than just a surprise, it can be a downright shock to the core of your “think you know what to eat to be healthy” soul.
Whether your goal is to be as healthy as possible, or avoid heart disease, reverse diabetes, lose weight, or promote health while you’re battling cancer, the answer all falls under the same heading: the healthy human lifestyle. And it’s one diet that human beings thrive on.
Jack LaLanne and Mick Jagger – both epitomize passion, dedication, and careers that command respect and honor. Their energy speaks for itself and illustrates their commitment to health and longevity and the adage ‘live long and live well’.
There is the purely humanitarian perspective of killing and eating animals that many people are sincerely and legitimately opposed to. There is also the perceived health benefits of a vegetarian diet style.
For our health, the ‘Red Zone’ is the holiday season – from November to January. As it is, the seasonal change is hard on our immune system, and it’s the beginning of cold and flu season (and in the U.S. let’s not forget the disruption to our health caused by the Daylight Savings Time change).