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Half an Avocado

Half an Avocado

This past November’s issue of the highly regarded publication ”Nutritional Journal” has a cool article about avocados. It quotes a study (entitled, somewhat awkwardly, “A Randomized Crossover Study to Evaluate the Effect of Haas Avocado Intake on Post-Ingestive Satiety and Insulin Levels and Subsequent Energy Intake in Overweight Adults “!) that compared

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Low Levels of Albumin

Low Levels of Albumin

Low Levels of Albumin

Albumin, which is derived from the Greek word for white (as in albino or even album, which was originally a book with a bunch of white pages), is a multi-functional, Swiss army knife type protein with a chemical structure that allows it to perform many different biological roles. It’s primarily produced

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Peanuts & Peanut Butter

The Peanut

Peanuts & Peanut Butter

There is no food that speaks to the American childhood experience more clearly than the peanut, the source of that quintessential piece of culinary Americana, peanut butter. Peanuts were originally cultivated in South America by Peruvian Indians who are considered to be the first indigenous groups to domesticate the legume

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Chapter 1 Proteins

Chapter 1 Proteins

Proteins are complex molecules made up of individual building blocks called amino acids. While these individual subcomponents have powerful health effects as individual molecules, there is no nutritional substance more important than those that emerge from stringing those amino acids together and forming proteins.

The word protein is derived from Latin

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