Saturated Fat is Good for Health

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  • Create Your Own Health Insurance

    People are an interesting breed. We pour money into insurance for our phones, our cars, our homes, our pets – and probably many things I can’t even fathom insurance being available for – but ironically, we don’t think about ways that we can create organic insurance for ourselves.   I’m Read More

    • Martin
    • 18/07/2017
  • My Low-Fat World Just Got Rocked

    I feel like I have been living under a rock for the past 15 years when it comes to my well-being and health. I’m a gym-goer, and I am also what I thought was health conscious. I love my strength and conditioning routine at the gym, and I fill my Read More

    • Martin
    • 12/07/2017
  • I’ll Take Whole, please

    Skim milk was my go-to drink as a kiddo. Though, I don’t think it did me much good. I drank the stuff every day, multiple times a day to make my bones grow stronger. The calcium is legit, for sure, but I think it was more of a refresher for Read More

    • Martin
    • 10/07/2017
  • What a Kenyan Warrior Can Tell Us about a Healthy Diet?

    He won’t tell us directly, but his data certainly will suggest that we may have the wrong idea about eating healthy, according to Nina Teicholz, author of The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet. In her bestselling book on the politics and science Read More

    • Martin
    • 07/07/2017
  • Ancel Benjamin Keys: Father of our Low-Fat Mistake

    Investigative reporter Nina Teicholz turns the nutrition world on its head with her bestselling book, The Big Fat Surprise. She tells us that eating fat is actually good for us, going against what we have been hearing from the dietary establishment for over five decades. And she names Ancel Benjamin Read More

    • Martin
    • 06/07/2017
  • Who is the Villain?

    Have you ever watched a movie, pegged a villain early on, loathed that villain throughout the twists and turns, then came to find out that the villain wasn’t actually the villain? I do it all the time. Dramas are hard for me to dissect until I watch the movie a Read More

    • Martin
    • 05/07/2017
  • The Power of Food in Healing Obesity, Diabetes, and Other Disease

    The past few times I’ve had friends or colleagues visit the doctor due to an illness or disease, I have made it a point to ask them what the feedback from the doctor or medical professional was. I am passionately interested in nutrition and fitness, and I know the power Read More

    • Martin
    • 04/07/2017
  • Red Meat Recipes

    Cooking is self-care for me, as I believe it is for many others. Creating new recipes, seeking out existing ones, and putting a twist on those that aren’t always just right is something I enjoy doing. For a time, I relied solely on poultry and fish for my main protein Read More

    • Martin
    • 30/06/2017
  • My ABCs of LCHF

    Low Carb High Fat works. It just does. It has its variances, but it has changed me and others around me who have followed in the same type of lifestyle in magnificent ways. Let me tell you my ABCs of LCHF so you can understand the impact it can make. Read More

    • Martin
    • 29/06/2017
  • Power in Knowledge

    The way we learn about what we eat matters. We deserve to understand and be knowledgeable about what we’re putting into our bodies – the very thing that drives the energy with which we exist every day. Sleep, fitness, and mental health are all certainly extremely important. Today, I’ll discuss Read More

    • Martin
    • 27/06/2017