Nutrition

This page lists all articles published in Facts are Facts concerning the topic Nutrition.

Alzheimer's Disease: Escaping Forgetting is Simple!

Nowadays, the likelihood of getting Alzheimer's disease is above fifty percent. It is commonly believed that Alzheimer's must be accepted as a side effect of our increased life expectancy. However, according to a German doctor, this is not because of how long we live, but rather how we live! Yet it would be so easy to stay mentally fit even into old age! Article excerpt not available online

Functional Foods: Risks and Side Effects? Ask the Check-Out Girl!

These days, being ill is frowned upon. Fit, happy, wrinkle-free is the mantra, so we make every effort to stay healthy. If only we had more time! Well, not to worry: all the things that are good for us can easily be found on a supermarket shelf – with vitamins in your yoghurt drink and folic acid in your granola bar… Read more...

The Cholesterol Delusion

Why the cholesterol hypothesis is one of the biggest scams in medical history. Read more...

Salt: The Underestimated Elixir of Life

It is just as important to eat enough salt as it is to drink enough water. Instead of eating less salt, as the government recommends, we should be eating more - just make sure it's the right sort! Article excerpt not available online

Alzheimer's: Coconut Oil to Feed the Brain

Consumption of coconut oil prompts the body to produce a substance that is the best nourishment for brain cells - and can protect our little grey cells from dementia. Article excerpt not available online

Alzheimer's: Coconut Oil to Feed the Brain.

Consumption of coconut oil prompts the body to produce a substance that is the best nourishment for brain cells – and can protect our little grey cells from dementia. Article excerpt not available online

Diagnosis: Wheat Belly

Modern wheat is cheap and highyield. Genetically-speaking, it has little in common with the strains cultivated just 50 years ago, not to mention wild varieties. Thanks to high-output wheat, we can get muffins and rolls in XXL packs - but it's becoming increasingly evident that we are baking ourselves into an early grave. Article excerpt not available online

Diagnosis: Wheat Belly

Modern wheat is cheap and high-yield. Genetically-speaking, it has little in common with the strains cultivated just 50 years ago, not to mention wild varieties. Thanks to high-output wheat, we can get muffins and rolls in XXL packs – but it’s becoming increasingly evident that we are baking ourselves into an early grave. Article excerpt not available online

Patents: Taking Control of Life Itself

Genes, plants, animals, even human sperm and eggs - patenting life is big business. Nothing and nobody is to be spared and only grassroots resistance can stop this shocking legalised practice. Article excerpt not available online

Digestion: If the Bowel's Happy, We're Happy Too!

300 to 500 square metres of intestinal mucosa is the fertile soil on which the little plant of our health depends. If the ecology of our digestive garden becomes unbalanced, diseases may spring up. At first glance they have absolutely nothing in common with one another: depression and anxiety, development disorders and learning difficulties, as well as allergies and obesity - even illnesses such as diabetes, Parkinson's or Alzheimer's. Article excerpt not available online