Eating Meat

Eat Your Meat, Take Your L-Carnitine

…ounces of carnitine-rich foods, including red meat, produced no more TMAO than common fruits and vegetables. In fact, one study showed that tomatoes, soybeans, potatoes, peas, peanuts, and cauliflower produced more TMAO than beef. The amount produced after eating chicken was almost equal to that of beef.…

Read More

Should You Eat Like a Caveman?

…foods and our bodies are not equipped to deal with them properly. Personally, I think the idea has a lot of merit, and I’ve modified many of my own eating habits. It’s not perfect; there are lots of good and beneficial foods that wouldn’t be considered paleo—for example, butter, yogurt and kefir…

Read More

Three Steps to Preventing Digestive Upset

…bloating problems: * Eat protein foods at the beginning of a meal. Eat salads along with or after protein foods, but never before. The carbohydrates in salads require no hydrochloric acid, but the stomach dumps all the hydrochloric acid in to begin with. Then, when the protein food (meat, fish, beans, cheese…

Read More

Go Crazy for Coconuts

…or discussed this fantastic oil all that much in the past. I try to include about a tablespoon of coconut oil in my daily diet. Most often, I just eat a spoonful all by itself. And I give it to my young son because it’s one of the best ways to support immunity and ensure that he is getting a good…

Read More

How to Lower Your Cortisol

…get 7 to 9 hours of sleep every day. Diet Incorporate eggs, lean meat, oily fish such as salmon and tuna, flaxseed, citrus fruits, berries, fortified cereals, dark leafy greens, and create a diet high fiber and lean protein. Eating five small meals a day will also lower your cortisol, relieving your…

Read More

The Health Benefits of Whey

…consuming whey powder, which is naturally high in protein. Before whey powder was available, the most popular sources of protein were lean cuts of meat, fish, legumes, oats, and egg whites. Some early “protein powders” used egg whites, but research found whey to be far superior. Whey powder could…

Read More

7 Best Anti-aging Herbs: Turmeric

…and other pollutants. I recommend about a heaping tablespoon of turmeric a day. Some people eat it straight, but you can also try sprinkling it on potatoes, mixing it with tuna fish, or using it to spice up meat-based dishes. If you'd rather take the spice in supplement form, I recommend 200 milligrams…

Read More

Q&A: How To Take Coconut Oil Daily

…LDL and HDL cholesterol, and has antibacterial and antiviral properties. * I try to include about a tablespoon in my daily diet. Most often, I just eat a spoonful all by itself. * You can also take one tablespoon of coconut oil and mix it with one tablespoon of crunchy organic peanut butter. Mix it smooth…

Read More