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Tag Archives: nutrition
Not all foods are created equal. There are specific foods you need to know about that have unique properties, which actually transcend the realm of what you might normally believe is possible, and support your healthy body in amazing ways. … Continue reading
Much to the surprise of many, dietary fat does not necessarily equal body fat. While certainly there are bad sources of fat in the diet that harm the body, there are also incredibly important and absolutely essential healthy fats in … Continue reading
Losing weight isn’t easy, especially when you’re craving snacks and trying to break old habits. So here are five easy strategies that will help keep you focused on your weight-loss goals and curb your cravings. Try my water trick. If … Continue reading
Got a New Year’s resolution? Great. Want to eat better? Wonderful. Carrying a little post-holiday heft? Think a fad diet will be the solution? Think again. Most of these diets don’t work. The few that are any good tend to … Continue reading
It’s that time of year when we all set health goals for ourselves, and stress ourselves out with overzealous plans. The resolutions are great, but instead of overwhelming yourself with impractical expectations, take small steps every day to successfully meet … Continue reading
Known by many names, bok choy, has long been used in Asian cuisine, and has been adopted in the western culture because of its wonderful nutritional value. Dating back to the Ming Dynasty, bok choy has long been studied for … Continue reading
I’m a big beef fan. Because I’m a physician, it may sound strange to you that I’m such a proponent of beef when beef gets bashed by so many of my colleagues in the health profession. In fact it’s come … Continue reading
Olive oil has been around since ancient times in Greece, Rome and Spain. Olives have been a part of religion, mythology, and culture and have been a symbol of peace and victory dating back to ancient civilizations. Modern science supports … Continue reading
Everyone has experienced it at least once, and for most of us, it is part of the holiday experience that we have come to expect. I am talking about that sleepy, bloated, stuffed feeling that you get after engorging yourself … Continue reading
Thanksgiving would not be Thanksgiving without cranberries. But there is so much more to them than just being part of a Thanksgiving side. They’re sour-tasting nutritional powerhouses that are truly diverse, and can be used in various ways. It’s thought … Continue reading