Red Meat Does Not Cause Heart Disease or Cancer

We’ve already explored the reasons why saturated fat is good for you and examined false information disseminated by trusted health organizations. Here’s another link providing more information on red meat, Heart Disease, and the onset of cancer:

How Many Calories Do You Really Need?

With all of the contradicting information circulated by health officials, the government and the internet, it can be difficult to determine how many calories you need to consume every day. Exercise (which should include both resistance and cardio activity) is essential for staying in shape but is not nearly as important as your diet. The most …

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Do This if You Want to Lose Fat, Save Time in the Mornings

This post is apropos, given what we love to do on Independence Day. Intermittent fasting (IT): Eat only during certain, pre-determined periods of the day It’s not for everyone, but it has its merits. Studies have shown that metabolism and fat oxidation in humans may be positively impacted by intermittent fasting. That’s makes evolutionary sense, …

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Cholesterol, Sugar, Diabetes, and Fast Food (Must-See)

On the heels of my last post, some more information on calories, macronutrients and health myths: Documentary: Fat Head Video: Great Documentary. You can find more information on the film here: