Alzheimer’s and Lyme —Two Diseases Driven by Inappropriate Interventions in the Food Chain

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Alzheimer’s and Lyme disease are caused by disruptions in the food chain. In our efforts to create a cheaper food system, we’ve cut too many corners, and made too many dangerous shortcuts

Alzheimer’s may be driven by two diet-related problems: excessive sugar consumption, Continue reading

Foods Kept in Plain Sight May Reveal the Source of Your Weight Management Problem

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The types of ready-to-eat foods you leave in plain sight on your kitchen counters can be used to predict your weight. Those with cereal and soda on their counters are on average 20 to 26 pounds heavier than others

Cutting added sugars can improve a child’s health in as little as 10 days, reducing triglycerides by 33 points, and lowering blood sugar by 53 percent

Reducing added sugar consumption improves heart health. Continue reading