Dairy, health and greenhouse gasses

July 10th, 2017|Education|

We've all been taught that drinking milk makes for strong teeth and bones by providing a rich source of bio-available calcium. If this is the case, then why do world health statistics show that osteoporosis is most common in exactly those countries where dairy products are consumed in the largest quantities? The United States, Finland,

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Vegan food and climate change

June 28th, 2017|Education|

Human history has seen many dietary changes. From the eating of fruits and raw foods before the discovery of fire, to the largely meat-centric diet that dominated the food world after cooking was invented, and now into today’s high fat and high calorie processed foods. The culinary habits of human beings leave negative footprints on

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Acid versus Alkaline

January 14th, 2016|Education, Health and Wellness|

Our bodies thrive in a slightly alkaline state, a pH of about 7.4 (neutral being 5, acid being below that). When we introduce too much acidity into the body our immunity is lowered and it is a more hospitable environment for things such as bacteria and yeasts. Things such as stress and food choices can

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