Category Archive: FEED IT

Holiday Wellness Tips and Tricks

The holidays are here and so are many delicious treats. Here are a few tips and tricks for getting through the season as well as some links to articles by Paul Taylor about… Continue reading

Strategies for Success

What lifestyle changes have you made during this study to reach your wellness goals? Here were some of the responses to this question in our Week 6 Survey: More exercise. use the upstairs… Continue reading

Paul Taylor Speaking Event

Minding Your Mitochandia

Dr. Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in Iowa City, Iowa, U.S.A., where she teaches internal medicine residents in their primary care… Continue reading

Snack Attack!

A large part of eating right is knowing how to make healthier snacking choices.  Understanding the ingredients in food items labels as “natural” or “healthy” is essential to making these healthy snack choices.… Continue reading

What Laughter Can Do For YOU


Antioxidant Supplements

Paul Taylor meets with Associate Professor David Cameron-Smith at Deakin University’s School of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences to discuss the true value of antioxidant supplements. In addition to not improving people’s overall health, common antioxidant… Continue reading

Breakfast of Champions!

Paul shows some easy to follow guidelines for planning your breakfast. Starting with what to avoid, Paul lists breakfast cereals that have 30+grams of sugar per 100 grams of cereal.  Not only do… Continue reading

Inflammation: Preventing Chronic Pain & Disease

Inflammation, our bodies’ response to infections and injury, is a self-limiting reaction essential to our ability to heal and maintain health.  However, when this reaction fails to self-limit, inflammation becomes chronic, contributing to… Continue reading

What To Eat (and NOT Eat) for Mental Health

Now for some science! At the recent Ancestral Health Symposium at Harvard University  Emily Deans, M.D. explains what kinds of fats we should be eating more of and what we should be avoiding — and why these… Continue reading