Diet & Nutrition

The Hallelujah Diet

the_hallelujah_dietThe Hallelujah Diet is an eating and lifestyle plan based on the following passage from the Bible:

“And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb and bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.” — Genesis 1:29…

 

19 Apr 2018

Mediterranean Diet Alone May Lower Diabetes Risk

blood-sugar-testAdults at risk for heart disease who eat a Mediterranean diet rich in olive oil can lower their chances of developing diabetes, even without restricting calories or boosting exercise, new research suggests.

In the study, Spanish researchers followed more than 3,500 older adults at high risk of heart disease. The researchers assigned them to one of three groups: a Mediterranean diet with extra-virgin olive oil…

 

09 Nov 2017

Slow Eating Might Help Curb Calories

ideal_diabetes_diet_articlepeople look for fresh strategies to cut back on calories and shed pounds, a new study suggests that simply eating more slowly can significantly reduce how much people eat in a single sitting.

The study involved a small group of both normal-weight and obese or overweight participants. All were given an opportunity to eat a meal under relaxed, slow-speed conditions, and…

 

28 Oct 2017

Antibiotic Resistance Ups Salmonella Hospitalizations: CDC

chickenBecause of antibiotic resistance, 42 percent of patients stricken with salmonella tied to a California chicken farm have required hospitalization, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Wednesday.

The outbreak’s investigation, which has been hampered by the U.S. government shutdown, got a boost Wednesday with the announcement that 30 furloughed CDC employees were being called back to work…

 

19 Jul 2017

6 Weird Ways Your Environment Affects How Much You Eat

6-weird-ways-your-environment-affects-how-much-you-eat-articleIf you’re trying to resist the mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese and bacon at the buffet, you might want to try filling your plate with fruits and vegetables first, a new study suggests.

Researchers at Cornell University found that when people ate healthy foods first at a buffet, they consumed fewer high-calorie foods later on in the meal…

 

11 Jul 2017

Genetics Research—A Largely Failed Science Now Used for Social Control?

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It’s convenient for them if you believe this lie – it works so well for collusion to suppress and control you. And it’s never ‘their’ fault because they…

 

26 May 2015

Eating low-fat, thanks to lupin proteins

0ddb92eee52941c6bb61bea2903ebf90In emerging countries such as China or Brazil, meat consumption is rising dramatically. Indeed, worldwide consumption of red meat has quadrupled since 1961.

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) expects increasing prosperity to lead to a doubling of global meat production by the year 2050.

 

25 May 2015

The Real Meal Revolution launches new online Banting course

cc6207b2981c44f98938613c023249baThe Real Meal Revolution has taken South Africa by storm, having sold over 160,000 copies of the book in less than a year and setting social media alight with debate and Banting success stories.

To continue this food and health revolution, the team is proud to announce it will now be offering the world’s first interactive online Banting course, accessible to a worldwide audience…

 

24 May 2015

World Food Day – more than just feeding the hungry

445e170de143494a8b346069efaef679Food insecurity needs to be approached in several ways, one of which is being concerned with sufficient income with which to purchase food that is healthy and wholesome and which contains sufficient calories and nutrients.

Another takes a broader perspective and emphases the inability of a county or region to provide affordable food to its population…

 

23 May 2015

Exposure to cold may change bad fat to good

ffe18a3550564fd6bde652457e18e203Most adult fat deposits are what’s known as white fat, and it was once believed that only babies have brown fat, which appears to help keep them warm.

Previous research suggested, however, that adults also have some brown fat. Then a study published in 2012 by researchers…

 

22 May 2015