What you eat in your lifetime may affect the microbiome of your grandchildren!! All the more reason to eat real food, mainly plants.
Soy foods have been the subject of such controversey in the past decades, it is almost impossible to sort out the sense from the nonsense. The latest article I could find explains the confusion. The article is a long read, but well worth it if you are a tofu, soy, edamame lover or eat any type of vegan diet and rely on soy foods for your protein source.
Cinnamon, a common spice for centuries is claimed to have health benefits. The following article gives us some clarifications on just what that may mean and explores the current research.
Bottom Line: Stay away from cinnamon supplements due to dosage and purity problems as found in most supplements, by the way. When not regulated, they can cause liver damage, for example. The health claims of cinnamon are many, but more research is needed. In the mean time, enjoy its spice qualities.
Maybe some foods in moderation, but not all. The article just makes sense and common sense is sorely needed when it comes to food choices. Knowledge is the key.
The following post shows us that although there is some will power required when it comes to weight loss, it is helpful to also have a positive attitude change from just pounds lost to the health benefits of our food choices.
If you read between the lines, you can easily see that there is a lot more to eating breakfast or any other meal than just the kind of foods we eat. It appears that some cultures have gotten it right, e.g. it may be how we eat. This often is exemplified in the French culture along with their low obesity and heart disease rates. It’s not just the chocolate sprinkles.