Is the soybean healthy or not? Most doctors agree that fermented soy products are healthy, such as tempeh, miso, tamari, natto, and soy yogurt, but what about other soy products, such as soybeans, soy milk, tofu, and edamame? The answer is both simple and complicated. Let’s get started right now!
Nutrition in a Nutshell
Most of us have seen or tasted miso soup in a restaurant, but we probably never realized the incredible health benefits of this underappreciated appetizer. In this blog, I’m going to give you twelve benefits of eating miso soup. The fermentation process creates raw enzymes and probiotics that will skyrocket our health. In fact, miso is the superfood of fermented foods!
So, what is the gut microbiome and how is it literally our second brain? In this blog, I will define the gut microbiome and focus on how we can make it healthy to increase our immunity. I will also discuss other ways it affects our health and what foods we can eat to feed it properly, as well as foods that hurt it and make us sick without us even realizing why.
I often ferment vegetables to maintain a high level of probiotics in our diet. They are so good for gut health, which increases our immunity! The fermentation process supplies far more enzymes, probiotics, and many more species than any supplement could possibly provide. I use two different tools to do this, but which one is the best?
How much protein do you really need? It’s probably not as much as you think. In this blog, I’m going to break through the confusion and use some common sense to settle this debate once and for all.
I would like to discuss a nutrient deficiency most people don’t know about that can cause many diseases. I call it “Electron Deficiency.” It can supposedly be cured by a little-known method called “Grounding.” Is it for real? Let’s dig in now.
Is sunshine really the best way to get vitamin D? We just recently vacationed in Florida. I noticed the great amount of sunscreen being lathered or sprayed on to avoid sunburn, as well as those hiding beneath tents and umbrellas. What should we really be doing to get this vital nutrient naturally?
I lost over forty pounds on a vegan diet … twice! Both times were very different. The first time, I did not count calories. The second time was very deliberate and precise, where I counted calories from food intake and subtracted calories from exercise. Both methods worked, but which way is best?
Do we need to take supplements? Whether you are a meat eater, a vegetarian, or a vegan, you need to take nutritional supplements. I will discuss the reasons why, which ones are most needed, how to choose the best brands, and tips for buying them on a budget.