The 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans should follow the recommendation of the American Medical Association – the largest organization of physicians in the United States – and state that “meat and dairy products are optional.”
It could help protect millions of Americans from obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and other chronic disease epidemics that are now making COVID-19 more severe and deadly. Continue reading “AMA Says Dietary Guidelines for Americans Should Indicate Meat and Dairy Products Are Optional”
This nutrient-packed smoothie will not only give you a boost of energy that will last the afternoon, but it is also packed with immune boosting foods. Just one serving contains dietary fiber, tons of vitamins A, C, K and B complex, as well as potassium, magnesium and copper.
To give it an extra boost, add a scoop of Pathway UltraGreens, which contains super greens like spirulina and chlorella, as well as beets, aloe vera, alfalfa sprouts, barley and wheat grass. Continue reading “Lunch Today: Immune Boosting Green Smoothie”
Traveling may look a little different for many of us this summer, but whether it is a staycation, taking short day trips or traveling across the country, there are a few natural remedies for summer travel that can help your vacation go smoothly.
Probiotics: Studies have shown that probiotics (beneficial bacteria) may help prevent travelers’ diarrhea in adults. Saccharomyces boulardii is a very good option for travelers as it does not require refrigeration. Continue reading “4 Natural Remedies for Summer Travel”