Why a Gluten-Free Diet Is the Healthiest Way to Eat

Source: Why a Gluten-Free Diet Is the Healthiest Way to Eat by Dr. Edward Group   A gluten-free diet (GFD) is an eating plan devoid of gluten-containing foods. People with gluten intolerance and people who want to eliminate this protein for a healthier life experience adopt a gluten-free diet plan. Many people experience unpleasant reactions after consuming gluten, … Continue reading Why a Gluten-Free Diet Is the Healthiest Way to Eat

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13 Foods rich in Iodine

Source: 13 Foods rich in Iodine by Dr. Edward Group Iodine is an essential trace mineral that helps the brain function properly, it helps your body properly metabolizes the energy from food. In women, it ensures breast and ovarian health, as well. The thyroid hormones T3 and T4 contain the iodine molecule, and these hormones regulate your body’s metabolism.[1] Eating foods rich in … Continue reading 13 Foods rich in Iodine

The Detox Diet: 9 Simple Steps for Whole Body Cleansing

Source: The Detox Diet: 9 Simple Steps for Whole Body Cleansing by Dr. Edward Group  We promote internal cleansing to help remove toxicants that accumulate in your body as a result of your diet and the environment around you. But if you want to take your efforts a step further, cutting back on the food-related toxins you … Continue reading The Detox Diet: 9 Simple Steps for Whole Body Cleansing

8 Surprising Health Benefits of B Vitamins

Reap the Health Benefits of B Vitamins Good nutrition is tied to good health, as well as to the prevention and treatment of many conditions. Getting the recommended amounts of vitamins each day is an important part of the nutrition equation, and B vitamins are essential for preventive care. Abundant in green vegetables, whole or … Continue reading 8 Surprising Health Benefits of B Vitamins

What Does It Mean to Eat Well?

What we put into our bodies can impact our mood, our energy, and our physical health. By becoming more mindful and intentional about what we eat, when we eat, and why we eat, we can create balance and harmony both physically and emotionally. The nutrients within our food act as information to our cells. When … Continue reading What Does It Mean to Eat Well?

Calcium in Vegetables

Source: Calcium in Vegetables by Dr. Edward Group  You may be surprised to learn that there is enough calcium in vegetables to supply all of your daily calcium requirements. The advertising industry has led us all to believe that cow’s milk is the best primary source of this vital element. Not only is this not a fact, … Continue reading Calcium in Vegetables

The Top 10 Vegan Athletes

Source: The Top 10 Vegan Athletes by Dr. Edward Group   1. Brendan Brazier Professional Ironman triathlete, Brendan Brazier, is one of the top athletes in the world. He has gained notoriety as a best-selling author specializing in performance nutrition and further distinguished himself by winning the Canadian 50KM Ultra Marathon Championships on two separate occasions. He has … Continue reading The Top 10 Vegan Athletes

Infographic! 10 Calcium-Rich Fruits!

Source: Infographic! 10 Calcium-Rich Fruits! by Dr. Edward Group   Dairy is NOT the only source of calcium! We created this infographic to raise awareness that plant sources of calcium are available. If you missed the original article, 10 Fruits Rich in Calcium, be sure to check that out too. Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or just looking for an … Continue reading Infographic! 10 Calcium-Rich Fruits!

What Is the Best Brown Rice Protein?

Source: What Is the Best Brown Rice Protein? by Dr. Edward Group  Although many proteins are animal or dairy based, alternative, vegetable based sources of protein exist for those who follow vegetarian, vegan, or otherwise restricted diets. Some of these include pea protein, hemp protein, and even strawberry protein. One of the best forms is a bio-fermented … Continue reading What Is the Best Brown Rice Protein?

Gardening at Home Linked to Increased Veggie Consumption

Source: Gardening at Home Linked to Increased Veggie Consumption by Dr. Edward Group   Recent scientific research confirms that gardening may be linked to higher rates of vegetable eating in older populations of adults. According to a recent report from Texas A&M University and Texas State University, older populations of adults who garden are more likely to eat vegetables than … Continue reading Gardening at Home Linked to Increased Veggie Consumption