How to Make the Best Bulletproof Coffee

Bulletproof coffee is being consumed by hundreds of people in the world, especially those who want to fast, and they can not have anything but coffee, and they get hungry in the morning. If you are one of them, then maybe it’s time to try this coffee. Continue reading “How to Make the Best Bulletproof Coffee”


Three meals per day, keeps the insulin resistance away

About the insulin resistance, I have been wrote in previous articles, but I will continue to write about because it is the main cause of obesity (and diabetes) [1]. Continue reading “Three meals per day, keeps the insulin resistance away”

Why Going Vegan Is Not The Answer

Vegetarianism (also known as veganism) is a philosophy and/or a way of life that excludes the use of animals or animal products for food, clothing or other purposes. In practice, a strictly vegetarian (vegan) is committed to avoiding consumption of all animal products (meat, fish, chicken, honey, eggs and dairy products) and using products from animal sources. Continue reading “Why Going Vegan Is Not The Answer”

Why Intermittent fasting isn’t as good as you may think

Fasting diets are increasing in popularity. There are two main types of fasting diets, one is the Intermittent fasting (IF), aka the LeanGains type and the Alternate-Day-Fasting (ADF). These two types of fast (or diet, you name it) are promising to be more effective for weight loss, build muscles and prevent some diseases. Sounds good but may not be for everyone. Continue reading “Why Intermittent fasting isn’t as good as you may think”

Oreo cookie: Should You Eat It?

If you love biscuits, then you will definitely know Oreo, the most popular cookies in the world with more than 100 years of history [1]. Oreo is so addictive, that in one study found that Oreo is more addictive than cocaine and heroin [2], something that explains their sales [3]. Let’s see if it’s also healthy as it’s tasty. Continue reading “Oreo cookie: Should You Eat It?”

Carbs DON’T Make You Fat

The low-carb movement convinced people to fear carbs, because they believe carbs are the reason why they are fat. Next, the “Paleo” movement came to finish the deal and make people turn to meat and avoid anything “white”, because, as they are saying, we are not programmed to eat this food but the food presumed to have been available to Paleolithic humans [1]. Continue reading “Carbs DON’T Make You Fat”