From added sugar to alcohol and saturated fat, the latest edition of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans fails to provide the best recommendations for human and societal health.
Let’s examine the impact of the high fat, low carb diet on the gut microbiome, and the health implications of long-term ketogenic diets. If you want a healthy gut microbiome, and all the benefits that flow from it, the solution is simple: Eat More Plants.
You’ve heard the buzz about how you can lose weight on a keto diet, but is it safe? What about a vegan keto diet? Hear about the science from the experts.
The ketogenic diet does not offer the benefits that fasting and plant-based diets provide for cancer patients, in terms of reducing the side-effects of medical treatment and enhancing its effectiveness. But does the keto diet help fight cancer?
How do Beyond and Impossible burgers stack up from a health perspective? If your goal is to stick to a whole food, plant-based diet, you might want to take a closer look before sinking your teeth into these beefless patties.
The wrong food choices can lead to the wrong type of bacteria flourishing in your gut, resulting in a wide range of health problems. A whole food, plant-based diet can turn your gut health around, which can have dramatic, positive effects on the health of all your other systems.
The topic of hormones in our food is a hot button issue, and for good reason, as these ingested hormones can be deleterious to our health and fertility. However, dairy is often left out of this discussion when it should be the first food we examine.
There is a claim that ketogenic diets offer a metabolic advantage over every other type of weight loss diet, including low-carb diets that aren’t ketogenic. Will a keto diet help you lose weight?
Eating the right foods before and after workout can greatly affect your performance and fitness goals. Check out these great tips to fuel your body pre-workout and post-workout using optimal plant-based options.
The PURE Study sent shockwaves through the nutrition world, but when media headlines appear too good (or too bad) to be true, they often are.
The conversation surrounding saturated fat continues, when we should be discussing animal protein. By the way, isolated plant oils are not healthy either.
Myth-buster Hyman’s claim that fat is good, not bad, is the principal basis for this entire book.