My Verdict On Coffee

I’m not talking about caffeinated beverages other than coffee or caffeinated anything for that matter. It’s all about the coffee itself, every feature of it. Plain, forget what you or I put in it, though mostly for years, except on a rare occasion, I took mine black. For years also, I would take my firstContinue reading “My Verdict On Coffee”

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Elevated Urea Levels & Too Much Protein

  If you’re eating a high-protein diet to lose weight or increase muscle mass, your body may be producing high amounts of urea, a byproduct of protein metabolism. Urea builds up in your blood, and the excess is excreted by the kidneys through your urine. Consuming too much protein may strain your kidneys, and ifContinue reading “Elevated Urea Levels & Too Much Protein”

Water and Salt – Balanced Intake Are Essential for Health and Hydration

Water and salt regulate the water content in the body. Drinking water without adequate salt and potassium intake will not correct chronic dehydration. Refined salt contains additives, such as 0.01% of potassium-iodide (added to help prevent thyroid disease), sugar (added to stabilize iodine and prevent clumping), and aluminum silicate. Water and Salt – Balanced IntakeContinue reading “Water and Salt – Balanced Intake Are Essential for Health and Hydration”

Alpha Lipoic Acid Benefits – From Weight Loss to Neuropathy

  Benefits of Alpha Lipoic Acid, including facts about ALA and weight loss. What foods contain ALA? Will ALA cure health issues? Diet Reviews / Ingredient Reviews / Alpha Lipoic Acid Benefits – From Weight Loss to Neuropathy Alpha lipoic acid, an essential fatty acid, is a part of every cell in the body. It is also a naturalContinue reading “Alpha Lipoic Acid Benefits – From Weight Loss to Neuropathy”

Foods Linked to ALS (LOU GERIG’S DISEASE)

  Neurotoxin BMAA is produced by blue-algae. As explored in my video ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease): Fishing for Answers, there may be a link between the consumption of the neurotoxin BMAA, produced by algae blooms, and increased risk of ALS. It now appears that BMAA could be found in high concentrations in aquatic animals in many areas ofContinue reading “Foods Linked to ALS (LOU GERIG’S DISEASE)”