Proteolytic enzymes are specifically functional proteins found in our bodies and throughout nature that aid in digesting or breaking down proteins. In our body’s protease’s are most famously involved with our digestive tract. We are aware that due to proteolytics ability to break down proteins, there is an anti-inflammatory effect. By digesting the protein plugs […]
There is a “new” study out by the National Cancer Institute stating that “Men and women who eat higher amounts of red meat and processed meat have a higher risk of dying from cancer, heart disease, and other causes compared to those who eat less, according to a new study.” Report This information is widely known […]
Back during WWI and WWII the American government promoted “Victory Gardens” to reduce the pressure on public food supply. The gardens were also considered a “morale booster” by enabling the citizen to feel empowered by contributing to the war effort. This movement even found its way to Eleanor Roosevelt and the White House grounds. Today, […]
Great report! http://nutritionwonderland.com/2009/03/something-fishy-about-intelligence/
Now we have one more reason to pay attention to what we eat! http://www.eatright.org/cps/rde/xchg/ada/hs.xsl/NNM_2007_home.htm Good Luck!
Excerpt from “The Vitamin Myth” by Brian Clement Generally speaking, evaluating the proper milligrams of a synthetic vitamin supplement, as related to the potency of a vitamin, is a confusing and misleading proposition. This is because synthetic vitamins are refined, high potency chemicals, and therefore can be accurately measured in milligrams, just like drugs. Measuring […]
We came across a wonderful film titled “The Future of Food.” The film highlights many beliefs we, at Parker Health know to be true and want to pass on to our readers, our patients, everyone. Check it out: http://www.thefutureoffood.com . It is great information!
The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease . . . . The physician of tomorrow will be the nutritionist of today. -Thomas Edison- Oh how accurate the ever wise Mr. Edison […]