A detailed Guidebook to help you assess how healthy you are eating, and ways to help you improve. A focus is placed on food source and changing habits.
75% of all Americans are chronically dehydrated, causing fatigue, headaches and depression. Learn how to address your symptoms and make drinking water more convenient.
Treating food not only as nourishment but as medicine has been the foundation of traditional and eastern medicine for millennia. Western medicine is beginning to acknowledge its power as well. This article addresses a few common health conditions in the Western Diet, and how they can be supported or reversed through diet.
Learn about the 4 major categories of fats, from healing to harmful. By focusing on healing fats and eliminating the harmful ones, you can begin to resolve gut and inflammatory issues in as little as a week.
Carbs are under attack by almost all fad diets – but do they deserve it? Carbs are our friends, we just need to eat them right. That means staying away from factory food. Learn more about Green Light, Yellow Light and Red Light carbs in this article.
Factory farming will eventually go down in history as one of the cruelest human acts. If you’re a meat-lover, learn how you can support small sustainable farmers instead of huge corporate monopolies.
Our health journey is typically in one of three phases at any given time: Depletion, Rebuilding, or Maintenance. Learn how to address each phase and when to move into the next phase in the cycle.
An astonishing amount of life-longevity research can be boiled down into 8 Basic Pillars of Eating. Learn more about them here and how they can help alleviate chronic health conditions.
The Dinner In Provence recommendation for a balanced diet follows a more traditional eating approach focused on proper hydration, balanced macros, and wiggle room for life and fun.
Many of us don’t realize that high-intensity workouts put our bodies under stress and can actually raise cortisol levels. This article explains that relationship and has some practical tips for keeping physical stress under control.