Gel capsules spilled out on orange tablecloth
09/23/2019
We are all fatheads. Indeed, about half the dry weight of our brain is fat. Lower levels of the long-chain omega-3 fat DHA in some areas of Alzheimer’s brains got people... read more
Silhouette of woman at gym drinking from sports bottle
09/05/2019
Most health buffs reach for a sports drink to invigorate their bodies after a great workout. What happens? A sports drink won’t make you a superman it will simply replace the nutrients and fluids... read more
Close up of hands using can opener to open food can
08/30/2019
Food cans used to be soldered with lead compounds—so much so that people living off of canned food may have died from lead poisoning. Thankfully, this is no longer a problem in... read more
Couple in the kitchen preparing food with wine
08/07/2019
A study that purported to show that diets high in meat, eggs, and dairy could be as harmful to health as smoking supposedly suggested that: “[P]eople under 65 who eat a lot of meat, eggs,... read more
Full coffee cup sitting among coffee beans
07/18/2019
If you like having that first cup of java at home as you contemplate the day ahead, you’re in good company: around 79% of Americans drink their coffee at home. While there are obvious cost-... read more
Close up of salt shaker on restaurant table
07/09/2019
If you put people on a low-salt diet, meaning only getting twice as much sodium as they need, as opposed to a usual salt diet where they’re getting five times more, you get a significant... read more
A red onion on cutting board with peppercorns and vegetables
07/02/2019
You may ask why I should choose to reflect on the lowly onion. So pale and strong in its commonplace role in the kitchen. It marches forth into stews and soups alongside routine bedfellows of... read more
fresh vegetables spilling out of paper bag onto marble countertop
06/27/2019
A scientific study published in the Nutrition Journal showed that people who ate the plant-based way had an easier time losing weight than those who didn’t, according to Today. They... read more
Agricultural equipment spraying crops against bright orange sky
06/18/2019
In the original description of Parkinson’s disease by none other than Dr. James Parkinson himself, he described a characteristic feature of the disease: constipation, which may precede the... read more

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Gel capsules spilled out on orange tablecloth
09/23/2019
We are all fatheads. Indeed, about half the dry weight of our brain is fat. Lower levels of the long-chain omega-3 fat DHA in some areas of Alzheimer’s brains got people... read more
Silhouette of woman at gym drinking from sports bottle
09/05/2019
Most health buffs reach for a sports drink to invigorate their bodies after a great workout. What happens? A sports drink won’t make you a superman it will simply replace the nutrients and fluids... read more
Close up of hands using can opener to open food can
08/30/2019
Food cans used to be soldered with lead compounds—so much so that people living off of canned food may have died from lead poisoning. Thankfully, this is no longer a problem in... read more
Couple in the kitchen preparing food with wine
08/07/2019
A study that purported to show that diets high in meat, eggs, and dairy could be as harmful to health as smoking supposedly suggested that: “[P]eople under 65 who eat a lot of meat, eggs,... read more
Full coffee cup sitting among coffee beans
07/18/2019
If you like having that first cup of java at home as you contemplate the day ahead, you’re in good company: around 79% of Americans drink their coffee at home. While there are obvious cost-... read more
Close up of salt shaker on restaurant table
07/09/2019
If you put people on a low-salt diet, meaning only getting twice as much sodium as they need, as opposed to a usual salt diet where they’re getting five times more, you get a significant... read more
A red onion on cutting board with peppercorns and vegetables
07/02/2019
You may ask why I should choose to reflect on the lowly onion. So pale and strong in its commonplace role in the kitchen. It marches forth into stews and soups alongside routine bedfellows of... read more
fresh vegetables spilling out of paper bag onto marble countertop
06/27/2019
A scientific study published in the Nutrition Journal showed that people who ate the plant-based way had an easier time losing weight than those who didn’t, according to Today. They... read more
Agricultural equipment spraying crops against bright orange sky
06/18/2019
In the original description of Parkinson’s disease by none other than Dr. James Parkinson himself, he described a characteristic feature of the disease: constipation, which may precede the... read more

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Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani as she reports from the front lines of the grapevines in Bordeaux as winemakers fought to save their crop in September 2013 during one of the most difficult... read more
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Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani as she travels to Bordeaux, France and shows us the best Bordeaux wine tours and travel tips. Discover that most Bordeaux wine is not out of reach it’s actually... read more
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Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani as she interviews Master Sommelier Tim Gaiser, one of the best wine tasters in the world. There are a little over 200 Master Sommeliers in the world and Tim... read more
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Watch Wine Oh TV with Monique Soltani and discover why 2012 is an Enchanted Vintage in the Napa Valley. Watch the video and see interviews with Scarecrow Wine winemaker Celia Welch, Mt. Brave Wines... read more

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