Wholesome Weekend Roundup: 7/15/17

Grab a cup of tea and sit down for some good reads. It’s the Wholesome Weekend Roundup featuring my top health and wellness links from around the web this week.

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Why You Should Add More Collagen to Your Diet, According to Science – My Vital Proteins loving friends will enjoy this article. Sorry vegans. This one’s not for you.

How to Follow a Cyclic Ketogenic Diet – This is more along the lines of what I’d recommend. And it’s probably also what I should be doing. Preach what you teach!

How Ambient Music Helps You to Concentrate (According to Science) – This one is for my man who loves to listen to ambient tunes. I guess he’s onto something with this…

Chlorine in Swimming Pools Transforms Sunscreen into Cancer-Causing Toxic Chemical Right on Your Skin – You probably already know my take on this. But I’ll say it anyway. Our ancestors didn’t use chemical-laden sunscreens. This is a newer invention. They also didn’t swim in chlorine-filled pools. I’d much rather prefer to swim in a fresh-water lake sans sunscreen.

Is Organic Food Healthier + Tips for Getting Started – Here’s a great article written by Carrie. She’s got some great tips on how to go organic.

What to Know About the Weston A. Price Diet – If you’re into nutrition and healthy living, then you’ve probably heard about Dr. Weston A. Price and his work. Any diet that promotes butter is okay with me!

7 Diet Tips for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) – It’s long been known now that PCOS is a disease of insulin resistance. So adopting a low-carb, low-GI diet is the way to go.

Tooth Health: The Do’s and Don’ts – Number 3 on the don’ts list is a big one. And number 2 on that list might shock you.

High Intensity Workouts May Be Good at Any Age – I need some more high intensity workouts in my life. I’ve been slacking so much lately. The sweltering heat doesn’t help. But my new gym with adequate air conditioning might.

The Chemicals in Your Mac and Cheese – This is gross. I ate my fair share of boxed Kraft mac & cheese growing up and in college. I can’t believe these chemicals are allowed in these boxed products. And I can’t believe parents are still feeding their kids this crap.

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