soy milk

Soy and Soy Milk: Is it Really All Doom and Gloom?

The soybean is an annual legume within the pea family. It contains edible seeds that are a rich source of complete protein (complete protein contains all the essential amino acids our body requires for good health). In the United States, the majority of soybean crops are genetically modified for resistance against … Read More

Is Coconut Milk Healthy?

With more people opting to reduce or quit their dairy intake, there’s been a growing number of options when it comes to milk alternatives. Soy was the most popular alternative for a number of years, but lately, almond, cashew, and other “milks’ have seen an increase in sales due a … Read More

10 Natural Ways to Ease the Discomfort of PMS

Every time her period arrives, Carla has to call in sick and take medication to overcome the pain. Mercedes, on the other hand, feels some relief when she finally gets her period. And that’s because for a week or two before her period starts she experiences physical and emotional signs … Read More

Cardiac Diet: The Road to Wellness Starts Here

If you’re in relatively good health but you’ve been told to eat better for an improved cardiovascular system, you may wonder just what a good cardiac diet entails. Fortunately, an eating plan that promotes good heart health can be simple and include plenty of foods you enjoy. The key is … Read More

Quick-Start Guide to Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity

Understanding requirements of a gluten-free diet will enable anyone newly diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten allergy symptoms to read labels of food products and determine whether a product is gluten-free. Therefore, it's important to have a quick-start guide to celiac disease. Celiac disease is a life-long genetic disorder affecting … Read More

5 Top Cholesterol Reducing Foods

Research shows eating these 5 cholesterol reducing foods can help you significantly lower your levels of LDL or "bad" cholesterol, raise your levels of HDL or “good” cholesterol, and reduce your risk of heart disease. 1. Nuts Tree nuts and seeds such as almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, pumpkin seeds and sunflower … Read More

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