Exposing Toxic Chemicals in Consumer Products

In an eye-opening interview, I spoke with Leah Segedie, the founder of Mamavation, about her groundbreaking work investigating and exposing toxic chemicals in food and consumer products. Segedie’s organization has become a beacon of hope for health-conscious consumers, conducting independent testing and research to help people navigate the often-murky waters of grocery shopping and make… Read More »

Dermatology’s Disastrous War Against the Sun

I always found it odd that everyone insisted I avoid sunlight and wear sunscreen during outdoor activities, as I noticed that sunlight felt great and caused my veins to dilate, indicating the body deeply craved sunlight. Later, I learned that blocking natural light with glass (e.g., with windows or eyeglasses) significantly affected health, and that… Read More »

Energy Drinks Linked to Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Energy drinks are under scrutiny following research linking their consumption to sudden cardiac arrest.1 The beverages have soared in popularity in recent years among those looking for a quick boost. Energy drinks are the No. 2 most consumed supplement after multivitamins among adolescents and young adults,2 and their market size is expected to reach $… Read More »

Changing the Food System From the Bottom Up

The video above features an interview with return guest Ashley Armstrong, a certified personal trainer with a Ph.D., MS and BS in engineering, and cofounder of Angel Acres Egg Co., which specializes in low-PUFA (polyunsaturated fat) eggs. On average, her eggs contain 17 to 20 milligrams of linoleic acid (LA), which is about one-quarter of… Read More »