The theory that saturated fats are bad for you and contribute to heart disease has long been debunked. In fact it never had any standing. The many years of warnings from the food industry and doctors alike, was all based on a hypothesis that had never had any science behind it in the first place. Still, a deep seeded fear of fat remains. Read More

When trying to lose weight one of the first questions we ask is – what should we be take away from our diet? But maybe we should be asking what we can add to it, or better yet: what is missing?

Sometimes, even when we are doing most of the right things, like exercising intensely and eating well we can still have trouble losing weight. Our reflex is to keep taking away calories – less carbohydrates, less fats but there is evidence that suggests that all our bodies need is to add something small rather than take away something big. Read More

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