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Kitchen Chemistry 101: What Nature Knew

If you’re like most health-conscious people, you know that a healthy diet should include plenty of healthy fats. But what exactly are “healthy” fats? How do they from their “unhealthy” counterparts?


One clue will be an overview of how fats behave in temperature. They range from always being a solid at room temperature and stable in heat to only becoming a solid in the freezer and very unstable in heat.

Processed, fabricated fats like;Crisco and saturated margarine remain solid at almost any room temperature and almost never go bad....

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Getting Enough Omega 3? Here is How.

Our bodies function best when we eat foods similar to those eaten by our primitive ancestors—lean, wild meats, antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables, and a balanced supply of essential fats.  
When it comes to essential fats, a healthy balance between the omega 3 and the omega 6 is necessary for good cellular health. And it needs to become a top priority for anyone who wants to look, feel and perform their best.

Unfortunately, omega 3 fats started to disappear from the American diet about 75 years ago. Instead of a 1:1 ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 fats, the average American now consumes a 15:1 ratio! With an EFA imbalance this severe, the body is forced to use inferior and/or heat-damaged oils to create and repair its cell membranes. Inflammation, fatigue, chronic pain and low energy are just a few of the unavoidable results.

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Fish oil may not be a very “sexy” product, but its benefits are!

To function fully and efficiently, your body requires an adequate amount of the omega 3 fatty acids found in fish oil. If your personal performance goals include making visible improvements in your health, appearance, and fitness, then optimizing your omega 3 level is an absolute necessity. Scientific research has linked high omega 3 levels to improved energy, strength, endurance, and focus; a lower percentage of body fat, and healthier, younger-looking skin.

But despite their many benefits, an overwhelming majority men, women, and children are deficient in omega 3 fats.
Because of our evolutionary heritage, we are genetically programmed to thrive on cold-water fish—a food source that has become much less common for “modern” humans. Satisfying our innate, physiological need for omega 3 fatty acids requires a dietary supplement. But not all omega 3 supplements are created equal! Before you choose a supplement formula, consider the following:  

  • Its Source

    While flax, hemp, krill, and green algae all contain omega 3 fatty acids, their bio-available concentrations are either too low or too difficult for the body to use, and therefore ineffective...

Is There Something Fishy in Your Fish Oil?

Test results published in the January 22, 2014 edition of the New York Times show that several, big-brand fish oil supplements did not meet their omega-3 fatty acid content claims. Of 30 products analyzed (including those from Kirkland, GNC, Nordic Naturals and Carlson Labs), at least a dozen averaged 14% below their labeled, DHA levels; six tested a full 30% below. In addition, a number of other published reports have shown that these same, top-selling brands contain large amounts of toxins like heavy metals, PCB's, furans and dioxins.

Unfortunately, you can't trust the big brands!  

When it comes to both purity and quality, the leading store brands consistently come up short. Not only are their label claims faulty, their use often proves ineffective with few real, measurable results....


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