Soymilk Protein Markedly Superior to Cow Milk Protein

Protein is essential for the growth and maintenance of tissues, organs and muscles and the protein in soy is complete protein with all nine essential amino acids.

Whats The Skinny on Soy?

Soy has a long and venerable history spanning fifty centuries of Asian culture and has been the subject of more than seventy years of research in the scientific community. Sit back, pour yourself a tall glass of soymilk, and join the author in sorting through the allegations and rumors that have cast a shadow on soy for well over a decade.

Turmeric, Powerful and Effective Alternative to Conventional Drugs

Turmeric is an ancient spice that adds pungent flavor and a lovely golden hue to many dishes, along with an abundance of health benefits.

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Soymilk Protein Markedly Superior to Cow Milk Protein

Protein is essential for the growth and maintenance of tissues, organs and muscles and the protein in soy is complete protein with all nine essential amino acids.

Soymilk contains complete protein and both soymilk and cow milk contain the about the same amount of protein and each provides all nine essential amino acids, but that is where the similarity ends. Read more >

 

Turmeric, Powerful and Effective Alternative to Conventional Drugs

Turmeric is an ancient spice that adds pungent flavor and a lovely golden hue to many dishes, along with an abundance of health benefits.

Turmeric, the spice that gives curry its yellow color has been shown to be an effective, nontoxic alternative for many pharmaceutical medications and has therapeutic properties for various systems within the body. 

 

Tea, Brew a Cup of Health and Relaxation

The health benefits in a warm steeped mug of tea, whether herbal or caffeinated have been celebrated for thousands of years. There are four main types of tea: black, green, oolong and white tea, which come from the same plant, but are processed differently.

The history of tea is long and complex reaching across multiple cultures and spanning thousands of years. Tea is thought to have originated in southwest China during the Shang dynasty (1766 to 1122 BC) as a therapeutic beverage.1

 

Are Intact Whole Grains Better? What About Fruits and Veggies?

Fruits and vegetables are the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, and dark green leafy vegetables lead the pack. Each of the top five so-called powerhouse fruits and vegetables are greens. If we blend them up in a smoothie, soup or sauce we’re taking food with the most nutrition and breaking cells and dumping that

Vegan Thanksgiving, Healthy, Compassionate and Eco-Responsible!

In America, Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the Holiday Season and across the country family and friends gather to enjoy an extravigant feast. For vegetarians and vegans, attending this annual event can be really challenging. Vegans are among the most eco-conscious consumers. We all can show gratitude to Mother Earth by hosting a meatless meal

Antioxidant-Rich Pumpkins, Superfood Symbol of Autumn Ushers in the Holiday Season

October: falling leaves, cool crisp air and pumpkins. Winter squash are some of the oldest known vegetables in America. Among these hearty winter vegetables, pumpkins have become symbolic of the season and go hand-in-hand with Halloween and Thanksgiving. Pumpkins are a delicious fruit to include in the diet and have a characteristic orange rind with

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Neal Barnard, M.D. Author and Founder and President of Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

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T. Colin Campbell, PhD, Project Director: China-Oxford-Cornell Diet and Health Project

Jacob Gould Schurman Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry, Cornell University

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