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By Matthew Solan
Additional Resources: BOOKS Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills by Russell L. Blaylock, MD (Health Press, 1996) In Bad Taste: The MSG Syndrome by George R. Schwartz, MD (Health Press, 1999) The Crazy Makers: How the Food Industry Is Destroying Our…
By Andrew Zimmern
Don't turn up your nose at this venerable vegetable. It's one of the season's most lovable delights!
Healing Foods
By Dennis Cass
Look closely into the complex implications of making the world your supermarket, and you'll likely gain a new appreciation for the advantages of eating closer to home.
Below are some of the tests that Dr. Gregory Tefft and other individualized-nutrition experts suggest will show you the best picture of your current genetic and nutritional reality.
An emerging field of nutritional research dubbed “nutrigenomics” focuses on identifying and understanding molecular-level interaction between nutrients and other dietary bioadditives with the human genome during transcription, translation and expression (the processes by which proteins encoded by the genome are produced and, for better or for worse, do their thing).
By Dennis Cass
Hello, happy go-lucky shopper! Don’t you just love being able to grab what you need right off the shelf of your local supermarket? Isn’t it great not to have to worry about where it came from or how it got there?
Here are a few sites where you can find out more about personalized nutrition, personalized medicine, nutrigenomics and pharmacogenomics:
By Andrew Zimmern
Simple yet sublime, the innocent strawberry has the power to seduce all of your senses at once.
By Robert Crayhon
On my radio show I give out an award called the “Wish You Were Here Award.” It is an award given to people who are so far off in their understanding of nutrition that they are sent a postcard with a picture of the earth on one side with the phrase “Wish You Were Here” written on the back.
Vitamin bottle
By the Experience Life Team
Yes, you should probably be taking a multi, but how do you decide which one?
By John Rosengren
Dangerous, benign, helpful, harmful? Here's the scoop on one of the most controversial herbs around.
By Jane Alexander
Ever wonder how much toxic sludge your body is carting around? If you want to be healthy, fit, and bursting with energy, it's time you learned a little about detoxification and internal cleansing.
By Andrew Zimmern
There's some fungus among us. Don't get grossed out - eat up.
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
As exotic appetizers for a celebratory repast, or the centerpiece for an aphrodisiac feast, oysters offer a bonanza of unexpected health benefits.
White Fat
By the Experience Life Team
Some dietary fats we should avoid, others we must embrace. Knowing the difference could change — or even save — your life.
By Berit Thorkelson
Good for us and good for the environment, organics are suddenly everybody's food darling. We're filling our baskets with all kinds of organic labels these days, but do we really know what we're getting?
By Experience Life Staff
The biggest problem with the average American diet is not just how much we eat, it's the percentage of our diet that's made up of cooked and over-processed foods. Find out how eating live can help you live healthier, happier, and longer.
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