Vitamin D, Osteoporosis Vitamin? Or Something Else?

Vitamin D…is it the new Calcium? There’s no question that your body needs Calcium AND vitamin D to make strong bones, but I’ve seen some health care professionals recommend that we ALL take calcium supplements, especially after menopause, to prevent bones from becoming brittle. The issue is, recently studies have shown that the supplemental calcium… Read More »

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Best Probiotics for Kids & Children

This is part of my FAQ Series. Disclosure: I use affiliate links in this post, and if you click through this site and buy any of these products, I will receive a commission, and you will be supporting this website and all the hard work and research I do. Thank you! Question: “What is the best… Read More »

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FAQ: How to Find Research on Nutrition

This is part of my new FAQ series. As questions come in from readers, I will do my best to answer them here, under the FAQ tag.  Question: “I really admire all the reading and self-sorting you do through literature. I would love to do even a fourth of all the home-research you do! But… Read More »

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Just Because It’s Paleo….

I wanted to share a story with you all. So, you know (if you follow this blog) that I am a fan of the Paleo diet, for the most part. My favorite Paleo blogger is actually Chris Kresser, because of his philosophy on following “diets”. In the end, it’s not about what some expert recommends,… Read More »

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Drink the Pot Liquor! Drink it!

So I’ve eluded to it, but it’s the truth. Edible Piedmont agrees, so it must be right, right? Collards are the new kale. Collards are a traditionally southern vegetable, but actually they have a long history, dating back to the prehistoric era. During the days of slavery, greens became popular among the black slaves because… Read More »

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