Erythritol: Healthy or Increased Risk of Heart Attacks?
Does Erythritol increase heart attacks? If you read the headlines lately, you’re probably thinking – yes! I’ve seen the natural sweetener erythritol recently linked to increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and cardiovascular death. I knew immediately, we’d have a flurry of comments and concerns around this popular, calorie-free sweetener. Many health foods, protein drinks,…Read More
Enzyme Supplements for Brain Fog: Who Needs Them?
Who needs digestive enzyme supplements? If you’re experiencing brain fog, maybe you… Trekking through the trails of South Dakota. We have to make five “pit stops.” Why? Someone ate a roll at lunch. You’re at a super bowl party. You clock the cheese dip. “One little taste probably won’t hurt,” you think. But by halftime,…Read More
Niacin Vitamin B3: Essential and Beneficial for Long Term Health
Niacin, also known as vitamin B3, plays a vital role in maintaining overall health and well-being. Along with seven other vitamins, Niacin makes up the B vitamins in a B-vitamin Complex. Water-soluble and essential the body requires this vitamin for vital functions. These include the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins, as well as the…Read More
Regenerative Farming: Protect Our Future
I recently returned from a trip to Missouri to visit and learn about Dr. Axe’s and Jordan Rubin’s “Beyond Organic” farm. I returned from that trip with a grim reality check. If conventional farming methods do not change, the future looks bleak for my grand boys. We have a limited amount of years to continue…Read More
Fiber Supplements: It’s More Than Just About Going #2
Sometimes, it is the simplest dietary interventions that can provide the most value. Many people do not realize how much the right fiber supplement can do for them because it seems so simple. However, studies have found that getting the right amount of fiber in your diet can actually decrease your risk of developing heart disease, diabetes,…Read More