Articles & Links

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Heart of the Matter
The documentary “Heart of the Matter” exposes the saturated fat/cholesterol myths behind the statin fad and the financial links which lurk beneath

Prescribing healthy food in Medicare/Medicaid is cost-effective, could improve health outcomes
A new study finds that health insurance coverage for healthy food could improve health, reduce healthcare costs, and be highly cost-effective after five years.

Change food production and stop abusing the land, major climate report warns - CNN


10 Plant Protein Sources for Vegans
Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to get adequate amounts of protein on a vegan diet. 

Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems

Vegan Pets Might Just Save the Earth
Vegan pets sound bougie, but they might just save the Earth

Five Ways to Improve Cellular Energy
Mitochondrial health is one of the most important and rarely discussed factors in your health and energy.

Tools to Achieve Ketosis
Welcome!! You are now on your way to learn everything there is to know about the ketogenic diet and how to reach full ketosis. I have gathered some of the most valuable resources so you can implement this eating plan into your lifestyle safely and efficiently. Check them out and let’s get started!

Keto and the military
The U.S. military is exploring the possibility of changing its nutritional guidelines so service members will be required to follow a ketogenic or “keto” diet, meaning adopting a low-carb/high-fat approach to food

The Truth Behind What Intermittent Fasting Does to Your Body - Inverse
Three experts review claims of longer life, a healthier brain, and a slimmer body.

Music as Medicine
Though acknowledging the role of music in addressing illness is not new, recent research is illuminating how music affects the brain and other body systems in a measurable way.

Can Alzheimer's be stopped? Five lifestyle behaviors are key, new research suggests
NBC News - Following four out of five lifestyle behaviors can protect against mental decline, even in people with increased genetic risk.

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