You’ve probably never heard of this health champ—Antoine Béchamp (1816 to 1908)—but he was one of France’s most prominent researchers and biologists who held degrees in biology, chemistry, physics, pharmacy and medicine. Béchamp was a contemporary of famed Louis Pasteur, but Béchamp’s research concluded the exact opposite of what Pasteur’s studies did.
While Pasteur’s “germ theory of disease” stance says that disease comes from outside the body and is what conventional medicine and pharmaceutical use is founded on, Béchamp’s “terrain theory” research is based on the premise that the inner health and condition of your cells, tissues and organs—your terrain — determine whether or not disease will develop or spread in the body.
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Thursday, January 24, 2013
For years, we’ve known that trans fats are hazardous to health. They’re oils that have been chemically altered into solids—mostly for shelf-stable reasons. We also know that they can cause unhealthy cholesterol levels, cardiovascular problems, insulin imbalance, blood sugar havoc, greater free radical damage from oxidative stress and unhealthy levels of inflammation.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
As review, artisan cheeses are handmade in small quantities with respect traditional cheese-making—at Beyond Organic, we go beyond artisanal as our cheese is farmstead as well which means it is made from the milk of animals located on the farm where the cheese is made, ensuring a higher-quality product. By contrast, it’s hard to say where the milk comes from—let alone its quality—to make conventional or even organic store-bought cheese.