Five Reasons To Eat More Fermented Vegetables

Five Reasons To Eat More Fermented Vegetables

Fermented foods are trending right now, and for good reason. Research is uncovering the connection between the human microbiome, inflammation, and the chronic, persistent diseases that plague us in the 21st century. Persistent conditions such as allergies, autoimmune...
Autophagy: To Fruit or Not to Fruit

Autophagy: To Fruit or Not to Fruit

Many of us have a memory of biting into a perfectly ripe peach, the juice dripping down our chin and hands. Or eating a slice of refreshing watermelon—a sign that summer is in full swing. It’s true that eating fruit is a pleasurable experience for our senses. It’s...
Coffee or Tea: Which is better for Autophagy

Coffee or Tea: Which is better for Autophagy

Coffee or Tea?   More than half of Americans over the age of 18 drink coffee every day. That’s over 150 million daily coffee drinkers! Coffee is clearly engrained in our culture, and studies show that moderate coffee consumption of three to four cups per day may...
Cortisol: Good Stress, Bad Stress and Autophagy

Cortisol: Good Stress, Bad Stress and Autophagy

The Upside of Cortisol Stress is often viewed as negative, however, there is a “good” kind of stress—called acute stress—that actually serves to make the body healthier. How? Because acute stress is a state where “the dose makes the poison.” The “poison” is produced...

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