Large array of cut fruits in a colorful pile.
10/02/2018
You Are What You Eat “Thousands of papers have been published on the important topic of what determines people’s subjective well-being and psychological health,” but what about the... read more
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09/21/2018
Dozens of studies now suggest that the nitrates in vegetables, such as beets and green leafy vegetables, may help not only sick people “as a low-cost prevention and treatment intervention... read more
long rows of many fruits and vegetables
09/11/2018
What we eat—or don’t eat—can affect our immune system. In my video Using the Produce Aisle to Boost Immune Function I profile a study conducted to determine the effect of the... read more
Orange gingham napkin with silverware and dinner plate setting.
09/05/2018
The sheer amount of research that goes into finding out how the human body works is staggering. Of course, all of this is vital to help us know how to deal with diseases and conditions successfully.... read more
Black and white dairy cow with blue sky and clouds.
08/29/2018
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Milk? It isn’t just from cows anymore, that’s for sure. Today the cold case in the grocery store stocks all sorts of alternatives to traditional dairy milk. Some people want to drink milk that... read more
Two waffles on white plate with butter and syrup.
08/22/2018
Since the days when our ancestors were living in caves, gathering food and hunting wild animals, saturated fats have played a part in our diet. In the latter half of the last century, saturated... read more
Overhead shot of green tea and white foam in bright red cup.
08/16/2018
Got matcha? If you’re into healthy beverages, you may have tried this Japanese delicacy. Matcha tea has been the focal point of Japanese tea ceremonies for more than 800 years, and... read more
Woman in darkened room, looking sick in bed.
08/07/2018
Ninety percent of women report having painful menstrual cramps at least some of the time. Around the Mediterranean, fennel seeds have been traditionally used to relieve painful... read more
Person holding wooden box of fresh picked vegetables
08/01/2018
I moved to central California as a teenager with the unlikely intention of following the Grateful Dead. I landed instead in the most fertile region of the Golden State. Rich with Salinas Valley loam... read more

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Large array of cut fruits in a colorful pile.
10/02/2018
You Are What You Eat “Thousands of papers have been published on the important topic of what determines people’s subjective well-being and psychological health,” but what about the... read more
Yellow fennel seeds in a pile on white background.
09/21/2018
Dozens of studies now suggest that the nitrates in vegetables, such as beets and green leafy vegetables, may help not only sick people “as a low-cost prevention and treatment intervention... read more
long rows of many fruits and vegetables
09/11/2018
What we eat—or don’t eat—can affect our immune system. In my video Using the Produce Aisle to Boost Immune Function I profile a study conducted to determine the effect of the... read more
Orange gingham napkin with silverware and dinner plate setting.
09/05/2018
The sheer amount of research that goes into finding out how the human body works is staggering. Of course, all of this is vital to help us know how to deal with diseases and conditions successfully.... read more
Black and white dairy cow with blue sky and clouds.
08/29/2018
Anonymous (not verified)
Milk? It isn’t just from cows anymore, that’s for sure. Today the cold case in the grocery store stocks all sorts of alternatives to traditional dairy milk. Some people want to drink milk that... read more
Two waffles on white plate with butter and syrup.
08/22/2018
Since the days when our ancestors were living in caves, gathering food and hunting wild animals, saturated fats have played a part in our diet. In the latter half of the last century, saturated... read more
Overhead shot of green tea and white foam in bright red cup.
08/16/2018
Got matcha? If you’re into healthy beverages, you may have tried this Japanese delicacy. Matcha tea has been the focal point of Japanese tea ceremonies for more than 800 years, and... read more
Woman in darkened room, looking sick in bed.
08/07/2018
Ninety percent of women report having painful menstrual cramps at least some of the time. Around the Mediterranean, fennel seeds have been traditionally used to relieve painful... read more
Person holding wooden box of fresh picked vegetables
08/01/2018
I moved to central California as a teenager with the unlikely intention of following the Grateful Dead. I landed instead in the most fertile region of the Golden State. Rich with Salinas Valley loam... read more

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New studies reveal that your eating habits can expand your waistline. Here are some tips to keep from shoveling down food too fast.
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