Healing Heroes - Pilar How Eating Real to Heal Helped Pilar to Stop and Cure from Graves’ Disease

Meet Pilar …

… Who, for the past two years, has submerged herself in the most amazing healing journey. She wants to share this life changing experience to show there is more hope than we sometimes think. There is always a way.

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Healing Heroes - Barb Started Eating Real to Reverse Chronic Stomach Issues and Infertility

Meet Barbara …

… Who as far back as she can remember, always had stomach issues after eating. Her parents didn’t pay too much attention to it because it was the 80ies; a time when families were eating pizza pops and frozen dinners cooked in microwaves.

Over time she just got used to feeling sick and it became her new normal. But in 2011 things went from being normal to scary …

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Healing Heroes - How Eating Real to Heal resulted in cancelling a gal bladder surgery

Meet Ella …

… who, as a life-long foodie, thought she was eating good food. She avoided processed foods and packages, made elaborate meals from scratch, and loved to cook, smothering things in butter, marinating in oils, stirring up rich gravies and sauces, adding salt and rich spices to everything.

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Healing Heroes - How Eating Real to Heal healed Ayla from a dangerous brain condition & prevented a risky surgery

Meet Ayla …

… who from being 220 pounds at age 16, being diagnosed with a brain condition requiring a risky surgery, and watching her dad go through a stage-3 cancer diagnosis, knows the feeling of hitting rock bottom.

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Healing Heroes - How Eating Real to Heal enabled Andrea to live to her fullest potential

Meet Andrea …

… who spent years suffering with constant brain fog, low energy, depression, anxiety, digestive health issues, poor sleep, weight gain and insane sugar cravings! Her symptoms were so diverse she did not think they could all be connected. Constantly bouncing from diet to diet, trying new work-out plans and never getting results, life felt like a struggle. Andrea knew she was not living to her fullest potential.

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Glyphosate: Impact and Solutions

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the ubiquitous herbicide 'Roundup' that has infiltrated the majority of our food, water, air, and rainfall. It functions by blocking the production of proteins needed for growth in plants. In humans, it blocks amino acids including tryptophan, which is essential for hormone production. This causes a huge amount of problems for the human body and the environment.  

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Is Dairy Udderly Bad for you?

Author Hazel Morley

When I was a child, living in England, I woke up every morning to bottles of fresh milk on our doorstep delivered by the local milkman. TV adverts promoted the “goodness of milk”; the proteins, essential vitamins and calcium, needed by everybody to build strength and grow.

At elementary school, we received one free bottle of milk a day during our morning break. I hated it. The smell, the taste, the texture. The skinny pink plastic straw.

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Can You "Eat to Beat" Type II Diabetes?

By Meghan De Jong

Believe it or not: YES you can!

Type 2 diabetes is so tightly connected to diet and lifestyle factors, that by changing what you eat and the amount of physical activity you do, you can actually prevent and reverse the condition! (1) Incidences of Type II Diabetes are at an all-time high in North America. (7) Dr. David Mathews describes it as “The Black Plague of the 21st century.” These sky-high incidence levels, are a direct reflection of the current and rather poor state of the “Standard American Diet” (SAD)(4).

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The Dietary F-word

By Colleen Gray-Hewett

 

What if you found out that there is an easy way to improve your current health, prevent or treat chronic disease, lose weight and enable your gut flora – your micro biome – to flourish, thereby reducing inflammation and improving immune function?  Fiber.  I know.  Sounds boring and old school. But nothing could be further from the truth.  Fiber, one of the most crucial dietary elements, hides in the shadows of the wholly misguided macronutrient debate of protein versus carbohydrates versus fats. Fiber should be leading the conversation.

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