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The following information is for education only and is not meant to diagnose, prescribe, or treat illness. It is valuable to seek the advice of an alternative health care professional before making any changes. The statements below have not been evaluated by the FDA (or your country's equivalent). Any products mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Health Tip: Have An Oil Change Truly, we should really be over the notion by now that coconut oil is unhealthy... since the oil has been suggested as being bad for health, health officials have debunked that idea over and over, by demonstrating and endorsing the health advantages of the coconut. Coconut oil can easily be a direct replacement for virtually any other oil, and also the use of margarine (ya know.. the stuff which is, what is it, a single molecule away from plastic!) and maybe even butter. Coconut oil can also be appropriately employed on the skin. It can easily be heated without compromising its benefits, or even enjoyed raw. Don't be afraid of the look of the oil... it might be dense like wax in chillier conditions, and significantly thinner in warmer temperatures and when heated on the stove. Coconut oil has been noted by some as "the most healthy oil on earth". Aside from coconut oil, the only additional oil I use is olive oil.. ordinarily just as part of dressings. It has been suggested that cooking with olive oil could damage the healthful attributes (exactly like a lot of foods right?), however it has additionally been suggested that it alters the properties to the degree of actually being harmful to DNA! So keep olive oil raw and at cool or room temperature and you will probably be good. Mono Eating: The One Sided Diet Choice Just as the title suggests, mono-eating requires consuming just one whole food at one time... then waiting for that food to completely digest before eating another. The apparent advantage to mono-eating is that it eases the digestion and absorption process, most likely allowing for extra nutrients to be absorbed, then if a variety of foods were eaten. An additional, somewhat interesting plus that is suggested to be a direct result of mono-eating, is that it provides the body an opportunity to "catalog" the nutrient worth of the food, so that one day, when the body is in need of a Tips On Health

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particular nutrient, it might create cravings for a food where that nutrient is significant! Very awesome! It reminds of a story (if I recall correctly.. from the publication: Green Smoothie Revolution) with regards to Sergei Boutenko who experienced notable desires for sesame seed milk soon after breaking a bone. The calcium from the sesame milk helped to heal the fractured bone in a very short time. His sister had a related medicinal story in which I believe included olives... exciting stories! Michelle is a raw food writer over at http://rawfoodhealthwatch.com. Have a look at her latest piece of writing on EzineArticles: What Is Kefir? Like with any other dietary change, please check with your doctor before making any drastic changes to your diet.

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