For a convenient, nutritious and dangerously ‘moreish’ snack. And why not? Nuts and seeds have always been a staple food of homo sapiens until 20th-century fat phobia kicked in. In case you didn’t know there’s never been any evidence that eating nuts or seeds is anything but positively good for you.
No longer the demon of the grocery cooler, eggs are now recognized to have plenty of nutritional benefits. Eating more eggs is a fantastic way to give yourself a health boost. But remember, eating the whole egg is vital – the goodness is found in the yolk (containing over 90 percent of an egg’s calcium and iron) and the white (containing almost half the egg’s protein).
Over 3 million people in the United States have been diagnosed with type I diabetes. This disorder is considered an auto-immune condition where the immune system destroys insulin producing Beta cells of the pancreas. A new case study showed how chiropractic adjustments dramatically improved a 4 year old child’s ability to manage this disorder.