My next webinar is on Vitamin K. It’s been promoted for bone, brain, and heart health, but have vitamin K supplements been shown to help? To complicate matters, there are multiple types of vitamin K: vitamin K1 is concentrated in greens, and a form of vitamin K2 is found in animal products. Do we need both? Do we have to rely on a healthy microbiome to convert from one to another? Should we eat a gummy fermented food called natto?
Join me for a 60 minute live webinar on October 7 at 2 PM ET to learn everything you need to know about Vitamin K.
The main takeaway: saturated fats
Saturated fat – a type of fat that is solid at room temperature – is mostly found in animal products such as fatty meats and dairy products. We’ve known for a long time that saturated fat raises cholesterol, and contributes to heart disease, the number one killer. It also affects insulin resistance and can lead to other diseases. clings. You said it’s mostly found in animal products, but what about the bowl of coconut oil in your tank that’s also solid at room temperature? Saturated fat. Find out what I have to say about both animal and plant-derived saturated fats on topic page.
Recipe: Veggie Mac and Cheese
Dairy is the number one source of saturated fat in the United States, but fortunately, there are many ways to make vegan versions of traditional dairy dishes. All about macaroni and cheese, this recipe takes comfort food to a whole new level and is a delicious way to check out a few servings on the go. Daily checklist a dozen. This recipe comes from Christina, our director of nutrition and social media strategist. Get the free recipe over hereAnd watch a video of how to make it on Instagram.
Evidence-Based Eating Guide Now in Spanish
I am happy to announce that we are popular Evidence-Based Eating Guide Now available in two new languages. This resource includes information on my Traffic Signs Intake System, Daily Dozen, sample menus, and more. Read about it and download a digital copy over here. You can also order hard copies in . format Einglish And the Spanish For printing and shipping cost only. Help us continue to create these fun and useful resources by making a donation today!
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