By Dr. Mercola Even if you’re considered generally “healthy,” if you’re deficient in vitamin D, your arteries are likely stiffer than they should be, and your blood pressure may run […]
Prehistoric people in Saharan Africa had dairy farming operations 7,000 years ago, a new study reports — an insight revealed by their pottery. Researchers performed isotope analysis on samples drawn […]
I urge you to eat whole eggs often and cook them with grass fed butter or coconut oil. Starting your day with whole eggs will help regulate your blood sugar so you likely eat less throughout the day. Eating eggs anytime of day can assist people in losing weight because eggs are an easy way to get satisfying protein and healthy fats into the diet.
I will admit now that I am a butter-holic, and never bought into the claim that butter is bad. Butter is awesome! But please make sure it’s sourced from organic, grass-fed milk. In honor of this fabulous food, I am submitting a recipe from my new book, Food As Medicine: Cultured Butter
Reuters and other media outlets reported September 13 about a large European raw milk study published at the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, online August 29, 2011, showing kids who drink raw milk are 41% less likely to suffer from asthma and allergies. The study included 8334 school-aged children, and 7606 of them provided serum samples to assess specific immunoglobulin E (IgE) levels. Over 800 cow’s milk samples were collected at the participants’ homes.
Butter is one of the oldest super foods in the human diet. Here are 20 reasons why it’s a smart choice for your diet.