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They found a further dose-associated response to both anthocyanins and berries. Every 17 grams (about 1.5  tablespoons) of daily berry intake reduced type 2 dia

June 07, 2021

Edible banana peels?  Who knew?

Chef Ryan, that’s who! And today she’s sharing her oh-so-healthy, not to mention unbelievably tasty, recipe for banana peel carn

June 05, 2021

The non-blueberry group’s average BMI fell nearly 5 percent from the weight-loss therapy. But the blueberry group nearly tripled their success, with an average

June 04, 2021

A staggering amount of research has gone into discovering blueberry health benefits, especially as they apply to cardiovascular wellness and weight loss.

June 03, 2021

Yet even in the aftermath of insomnia, I continued asking myself, “What time should I wake up?” on far too many nights. The answer was far from consistent…

June 02, 2021

What is the best time to wake up? According to the most recent research, the answer is an hour or two earlier! 

June 01, 2021

So, if you’re concerned about  cardiovascular disease, based on these four studies, the scientifically supported  answer to the question “Are nitrates good for

May 31, 2021

In other words, billions of Brood X periodical cicadas… took flight far too soon. However, billions more that remained underground are now behind schedule.

May 30, 2021

Read on, and the connection between poor sleep, low BDNF levels, and depression will eventually become blindingly clear!bdnf  levels and  depression

May 28, 2021

What does the evidence tell us about the best exercise for BDNF? Regular, moderate- to high-intensity aerobic and anaerobic exercises will do wonders.

May 27, 2021

If robust cognitive performance is your goal, foods that increase BDNF will help you achieve and maintain it!

May 26, 2021

Food and water nourish our bodily growth, and BDNF nourishes the growth of our brains’ internal connections

May 25, 2021

About

Former paramedic, renewable energy company founder, plant-based restaurant CEO, and dedicated father and husband, Gregg Rozeboom is a uniquely accomplished blogger and amateur researcher.  

Visit the about section to learn more about his vision for a healthy, sustainable, kind world. 

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The idea that vegans or vegetarians don’t get enough protein or individual amino acids is a myth. So’s the one that animal protein is superior to plant protein.

March 01, 2021

My mom was born on the banks of the Amazon River in the jungles of Peru. The day before her 21th birthday, she emigrated to the United States under her father’s

August 11, 2020

More than 20 years ago, I underwent and passed the training I needed to become an EMT-Paramedic. Then one day in Detroit, surrounded by emergency room doctors a

August 05, 2020

Over the span of 100 days between January 1 and April 9, 2020, I read and reviewed more than 100 plant-based books covering seven different areas of interest, i

April 10, 2020

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Assessments performed over about 4.7 years showed that eating greens every day resulted in the cognitive equivalent of “being 11 years younger in age!”

March 25, 2021

The human immune system functions like an army. Natural killer cells (NK) are its leading strike force against abnormal cell growth. 

March 12, 2021

Your choice of companion plants  will depend on your choice of crops.  Just aim for biodiversity, and you can’t go wrong!

February 14, 2021

I should’ve done more research on the smoothie vs juice question before opening my restaurant. I regret not providing the healthier one during its early years.

February 10, 2021

Which gut would you prefer? A sad one, resembling a smog-enshrouded, dystopian city? Or a happy one, flourishing like the Garden of Eden?

January 06, 2021

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December 12, 2020

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