I’ll say something heretical: a little refined sugar is not that bad.
Nowadays, sugar has been labeled public enemy #1, and to say otherwise might appear to be completely crazy.
Over the past few years, I’ve been testing out so-called “fitness trackers” such as the Fitbit Charge.
In case you aren’t familiar, Fitbit is the world’s leading fitness tracker company.
In 1976, Nathan Pritikin published an article in the Journal of Applied Nutrition (Vol 28, number 3-4) titled “High Carbohydrate Diets: Maligned and Misunderstood.”
42 years later this article is still relevant, as the public is still deeply confused about nutrition.
Yesterday, Health Canada introduced a new Food Guide, which is the equivalent of the USDA’s Food Guide, previously known as the “Food Pyramid.”
Although this new guide is not perfect, we could rightfully say that it’s a little miracle that it got published!
Coconut oil and coconut products are popular these days.
1) Chris Kresser, who promotes a sort of modified paleo diet, gives us a sample menu plan, in which at least 30% of all recipes contain either coconut oil or coconut milk.
Many people nowadays seem to have gone back to the adage that eggs are Nature’s “perfect food.” The common view is that the “egg-cholesterol panic wasn’t warranted” – as one newspaper put it.
Every year, I post my top 10 list of “health” gift ideas. This list might be an excuse to give yourself something for all the hard work you’ve done this year!
Every year, I usually write a list of the best books I read this year in the health or personal development.
A reader asked me recently which toothpaste I recommend. Should you get a fluoride-free toothpaste from the natural food store, and if so, which one?
Traveling has been such a huge part of my life and my identity as a “multi-lingual international man,” that you might be surprised to read my article today on how I am entirely rethinking traveling and the way I’m planning to travel in the future.
A couple of years ago I succumbed to the Instant Pot fever, which turned out to become one of the most successful kitchen appliances in recent years.
Nowadays the term “intermittent fasting” is widespread. Behind the trend, however, there’s a big misconception about fasting.
Anything under 36 hours is not fasting.