A team of scientists from Imperial College London pulled together all the world’s available population studies that document fruit and vegetable intake. The ninety-five studies included two million people. Their findings, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, suggest that disease has an inverse relationship with nutrition.
A concerning new study has found that children in Canada are being deprived of the nutrients they need when they eat lunch at school, and the situation isn’t much better in the U.S.
One serving of orange carrots will provide about 210 percent of the average daily recommended allowance (RDA) of vitamin A. Your body cannot manufacture beta-carotene, so you have to get it from your diet, and carrots contain some of the highest levels.
In this episode, Dr. Schulze talks about putting your focus on eating great food and getting quality nutrition into your body every day. Because fun is FUNdamental, he makes it a game to find the best and tastiest fresh, organic fruit and vegetables he can find. He also walks us through his entire daily routine, […]
In this video Paul talks about the new movie, “What The Health”. How long are people going to be fooled about the connection between diet and disease? Paul shares the truth about the connection, mass media and some ‘tough love’ on how you look at your own health.
The “Fairness Doctrine” example shows to what extent the purveyors of unhealthy products will go to keep the truth from the American public, using the tobacco industry as an example.
It’s one of the most popular cereals on the market, but if you take a close look at Cheerios nutrition, is it really a healthy choice for you and your family?