While cows milk is the highest seller in the US and UK, in other parts of the world, goat milk is the preferred choice. We can now get sheep’s milk and sheep milk products. How do they differ from each other? […]
You say potato, I say sweet potato! Is the nutritional content more important than the individual eating it?
Today we are going to look at the differences between the nutritional content of regular potatoes compared to sweet potatoes. And then take a look at the individual eating it. The importance of the person is all too often neglected. Personalized nutrition looks at the individual, the food, and more. […]
What is better, kale or spinach? It’s a common question. People are trying to eat their greens and want the best for their buck. So which is it? […]
I’m sure you are familiar with graphics of “food plates” or the food pyramids, designed to help us figure out what we should eat each day. Some are more helpful than others! One of the ones I like is the Food4Health guidelines from the Alliance for Natural Health. So take a look and see what you think. […]
In the last two blog posts, we’ve seen how important vitamin K2 is for osteoporosis and atherosclerosis, in that K2 moves calcium from the blood vessels to the bones. Today we’ll explore K2’s connection to prostate health and varicose veins. Seems an odd combination – but read on! […]
We learned in last week’s blog post how vitamin K2 is a calcium mover in the body and can help with both osteoporosis and atherosclerosis. Let’s check a little more into Vitamin K2 sources, both food and supplements, and see how much we need to get these beneficial effects. […]
You are not alone if you’ve never heard of Vitamin K2. Maybe you’ve heard of “Vitamin K” as the coagulation vitamin – but that is mainly the job of Vitamin K1. Vitamin K2 seems to be a big secret! So let’s get talking about it and see how important it is for getting calcium to the places in the body where we want it. […]