Diseases, Food, Politics, science

Listen To Your Heart: Feed It Bacon

This morning, you might have had an egg white omelet cooked in canola oil with two pieces of whole wheat toast, lightly ‘buttered’ with margarine.

I had a lard-greased pan of bacon and eggs.

Who had the healthier breakfast? The answer might surprise you!
Behold: a brief history of saturated fat, cholesterol, and heart disease (and how rabbits are not humans).
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pH: Why Cow’s Milk Is Bad For Your Bones

Did you know your body has a pH? And yes, like in your high school chemistry class, it’s possible to test it. It is an extremely crucial factor of a healthy body, and a lot will be sacrificed for it. The ideal pH for our blood and tissues is slightly alkaline – 7.30 to 7.45 (most people are actually too acidic).

ImageAn acidic state is the pre-requisite for all diseases. Such an environment doesn’t allow us to absorb useful substances, it decreases the ability of cells to repair themselves, and prevents detoxifying. Continue Reading →