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Sense and Nonsense of Whole Grains
Wholegrain products like quinoa, brown rice, buckwheat and spelt are hot topics these days. One moment, they’re super healthy, the next, they fatten us. What is the real deal? Kevin discusses it with Viviana Van Dyck.
Can a Proper Diet Overcome Cancer? - Healing
Today Kevin talks to Tom Monte about his approach on healing. How he believes an appropriate diet can overcome cancers, incurable heart diseases and many other serious illnesses.
Fermentation - How to Do it Yourself
Fermentation is a process in which bacteria, fungi and yeast are used to make food products. Perhaps that doesn’t sound very attractive, but did you know these bacteria are actually very healthy?
Eat - articles
Diet Soda Makes You Fat, 3 Alternatives for Light and Zero Addicts
Sugar-free drinks and diet soda don't help you lose weight. On the contrary, they can even make you fatter. This was shown in research by the Imperial College London.
Cheap does Not Necessarily Mean Unhealthy
Consumers think that healthy nutrition is automatically more expensive. They also suspect that when comestibles are more expensive, this is because they are healthier, although there is not a single shred of evidence to sustain this.
No One Knew Why this Boy (13) became Blind...
The 13-year old Cian Moore from Perth in Australia slowly became blind. The medical world was baffled and could not seem to find out why. Until a professor in Sydney presented him with an unlikely diagnose.
HelloFresh? Hello Healthy Time Saving!
You can't ignore it: HelloFresh is everywhere. And rightly so, for who could resist such a tempting offer? We all want it. Tasty and healthy food for democratic prices.
What Fast-Food does to Your Brains (and Your Body)
Sometimes we just ache for it: a juicy burger and some French fries. You already knew that it can adversely affect your body weight. Now scientists also warn about the adverse effects fast-food can have on your head.
Another Disadvantage of Red Meat has been Discovered
A report from the World Health Organization (WHO), which was published last year, showed that red meat is 'probably' carcinogenic. Now, a new study, led by the university of Glasgow, claims that there is another drawback.
Is Your Olive Oil Truly 'Real'? Checklist
Olive oil is a popular product in the kitchen and food manufacturers make grateful use of this fact. With attractive claims such as 'pure olive oil' and 'cold-pressed' they try to convince us that we are dealing with a high-quality product. Unfortunately...