Many of us are aware that dietary fiber is important for our health. The breakfast cereal, Cheerios, has heart health message, “Three grams of soluble fiber daily from whole grain oat foods, like Cheerios™ cereal, in a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Cheerios cereal provides 1 gram … Continue reading A Cup of Pint beas
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How many prescription drugs do you take?
Our family doesn’t own a TV but we watch movies and shows on personal devices and sometimes through a projector. On those rare occasions of watching TV, I notice a lot of pharmaceutical commercials. You may not be aware, but the US and New Zealand are the Only countries that allow pharmaceutical companies to advertise … Continue reading How many prescription drugs do you take?
Why You Are Suffering from Unknown Symptoms
Many people are aware of the danger of heavy metals, yet, they are everywhere. Humans are exposed to heavy metals, such as mercury, aluminum, copper, cadmium, nickel, and lead in a variety of ways. Mercury can be found not only in your dental silver filling (amalgam), but also eye drops, nasal spray, and influenza vaccines. … Continue reading Why You Are Suffering from Unknown Symptoms
Too Much Fat?
High Fat/Low-Carb (HFLC) diet, or Ketogenic diet, has become so popular in the last 5 years especially since 2015 when the US Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee reported that dietary cholesterol was no longer a “nutrient of concern”. People dive into bacon, fried eggs, steaks, butter, cheese, heavy cream, pork fat and other fatty foods. Many … Continue reading Too Much Fat?
No sign? But your gut might be leaking
I have often talked about creating a balanced microbiome and many of you understand that gut health is the key to overall health. However, most people don’t seem to connect the dots when they complain about their own health issues. Many people suffer from mild or occasional constipation, gas, bloating, and diarrhea but are not … Continue reading No sign? But your gut might be leaking
I have seen and heard of many older people (even in their 50’s) who were working as executives or other top positions are now diagnosed with dementia such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson disease. It is so sad to see them. It is hard for their caregivers too. I actually wrote my thesis for my … Continue reading Leaky Brain→Dementia