How Has Canada Food Guide Changed and Has it Helped Us?

Did you know that Canada’s Food Guide no longer includes how many servings of different foods to include daily, but urges people to eat more of some things and less of others?  They say to eat more fruits and vegetables and less meat.  The iconic rainbow of the Canada’s Food Guide recommended eating 4-10 servings [...]

Happy Valentine’s Day! Bring on the Chocolate! Wait…is chocolate ok?

Valentine's Day allows you permission to eat chocolate right?  Right!  And, chocolate is actually good for you, depending what type of chocolate you're eating so, you can eat it guilt free.  Whew...  Chocolate got a bad rap due to it's high calorie and fat content and its link to obesity, diabetes, acne and heart disease [...]

PSK: Popular Japanese Cancer Treatment STILL Not Approved in the U.S.

I just had to share this article from "The Truth About Cancer" site written by Ty Bollinger.  I hope you take the time to read this as it is another article about Turkey Tail.  If you are interested in this, you can get the Turkey Tail mushroom from Host Defense.  I take it every day [...]

Kombucha Tea

Have you ever heard of Kombucha? Kombucha is an ancient beverage that was originally consumed in China more than 2,200 years ago for its detoxifying and energizing properties.  It gained popularity again in the 1950’s and again in the past few years.  But, what is it exactly?  Although it's sometimes referred to as mushroom tea, kombucha [...]

The Wonders of Olive Leaf

Most people know about the wonders of olive oil but have you ever thought about the olive leaf?  Olive leaf comes from the leaves of an olive plant and contains an active ingredient (oleuropein) that has been shown to be a very powerful antioxidant as well as anti-inflammatory.  The Mediterranean diet has been linked to [...]

Turkey Tail Mushrooms

I'm not talking about the mushrooms that have a psychedelic effect...these mushrooms don't get you high.  If you’ve ever hiked in the woods, you’ve probably seen lots of Turkey Tail mushrooms around because they grow abundantly on dead and fallen trees, branches, and stumps.  These mushrooms also grow almost anywhere in the world as long [...]