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Why BMI (Body Mass Index) is a Scam

Posted 04 June 2012 | By | Categories: Food Pyramid, weight gain, weight loss, weight maintenance | 1 Comment

There is a lot of nutritional misinformation out there. A lot. Although I plan for this blog post to be informative about the body mass index (BMI), it might also become a place for me to vent, just a little! Nutritional misinformation is something that I am really passionate about dispelling, as I strongly believe […]

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The New Dietary Guidelines: Part 2

Posted 18 February 2011 | By | Categories: Food Pyramid | No Comments

A few days ago I embarked on recording my own view points on the seriously misguided and unchanging dietary recommendations from the USDA. We covered dietary sodium and fat, two things that are essential for the body yet are being reduced by the governmental authorities in charge of our health. There are a couple of […]

Healthy Weight Week Day Three: What the Heck Can I Eat? Part One

Healthy Weight Week Day Three: What the Heck Can I Eat? Part One

Posted 14 May 2010 | By | Categories: diet, Food Pyramid, healthy foods, raw milk, sprouted grains | 5 Comments

Every single post this week is important in helping you lose weight/gain weight, become fit and healthy. However leaving out this important step will not lead you into a healthier lifestyle, yet prevent you from becoming well. The right mindset and exercise will almost always follow up with a healthy diet. But what is a […]

My No-Grain Experiment

My No-Grain Experiment

Posted 06 March 2010 | By | Categories: diet, Food Pyramid, gluten, gluten intolerance, grain free, improved digestion, neolithic, paleolithic, sprouted grains, weight loss, Weston A. Price | 8 Comments

Hello all, this is the Healthy Advocate. Back in early February I decided to go on an experiment that many before me have tried and succeeded in, with great health benefits to reap. This was a total elimination of all grains, in every form, from my diet. I have been pretty much restrictive on my […]

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