Our Top 10 Be Well Blogs of 2014

What a year it’s been! When I look back at the top Be Well blog posts of 2014, the theme that I see is myth-busting. It starts with the post “6 Foods People Think are Healthy But Aren’t,” where coach Jenny Sansouci reveals the truth that soy milk, agave nectar, whole wheat and others aren’t as healthy as we once thought. This post went “viral” with over 20,000 shares.

From there, we move to a better understanding of cholesterol and the shortsighted rush to statins, eating the whole egg instead of egg whites only, getting over your fear of fats, why incorporating bone broth into your diet is so helpful, why Glutathione is such a valuable supplement and the importance of the gut bacteria. Oftentimes, reclaiming your health is about questioning the “conventional wisdom” that has been promoted by Big Food and Big Pharma. As you’ll see in these most popular blog posts, eating whole foods that have not been processed or altered is the way to go.

Thank you all for reading this year, continuing to educate yourself and your loved ones about health, and being on the journey with us. Here’s to a great 2015!

6 Foods People Think Are Healthy But Aren’t

By Jenny Sansouci

7 Things You Need to Know When Your Doc Says Your Cholesterol Is Too High

By Dr. Frank Lipman

5 Reasons To Eat The Whole Egg

By Jenny Sansouci

A Patient Story: Autoimmunity, Inflammation and the Be Well Cleanse

By Kerry Bajaj

Letting Go Of Your Fear Of Fats

By Laura Kraber

What Do You Do When You’re Craving Sugar

By Janice Lipman

Build A Better Microbiome

By Dr. Frank Lipman

5 Reasons to Add Bone Broth to Your Diet (With a Recipe)

By Laura Kraber

Glutathione: The Super Antioxidant Your Body Makes – And Why You Need More Now!

By Dr. Frank Lipman

Are Gut Bacteria the Secret to Losing Weight?

By Katrine van Wyk

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