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Why is Coconut Oil Good For You?

We have been brain-washed into believing that saturated fat is bad for us.  I have always had trouble with this idea because both of my sets of grandparents were dairy farmers whose diets were heavy in delicious saturated fats.  None of them had a weight problem, nor did any of their 15 children.  Indeed, my maternal grandmother never weighed more than 90 pounds soaking wet, even after a dozen or so children! She and my mother loved buttermilk (yuck), put heavy cream in everything, and slathered toast with homemade butter.  I can still remember the mouthwatering poached our eggs mom made by poaching them in butter and milk.Speaking of the milk that we drank growing up, it had to have ...

Is There Such Thing as a Healthy Sweetener?

Yes there is! Coconut Crystals and Coconut Nectar are the best tasting, safest, most nutritious way to sweeten up your life I have found yet. This is it, the mother load of nutrition and great taste! A company called “Coconut Secrets” makes them. Check them out: They also have a Coconut Nectar, Coconut Vinegar and Coconut Aminos (a substitute for “Bragg’s” Aminos which is loaded with MSG) that are all fantastic! Here are some recipes from their website. I tried the dressing, the marinade and the Gluten Free Brownies. Excellent! Medical Advice Disclaimer: The information included on this site is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. ...

How and When Are Glutamic and Aspartic Acid Good For You?

Both are amino acids. In general amino acids are critical to life. They are the building blocks of proteins, which are nothing more than linear chains of amino acids. Twenty-two amino acids form the polypeptides that are known as the “essential” and “nonessential” amino acids.  The essential amino acids cannot be created from other compounds but must be taken in as food by humans. Essential Nonessential Isoleucine Alanine Leucine Asparagine Lysine Aspartic Acid Methionine Cysteine* Phenylalanine Glutamic Acid Threonine Glutamine* Tryptophan Glycine* Valine Proline* Selenocysteine* Serine* Tyrosine* Arginine* Histidine* Ornithine* Taurine*   Glutamic Acid, which is the most abundant amino acid in the body, provides many health benefits in it’s naturally occurring state including: Increasing Protein synthesis which is needed ...
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