Couple shopping for healthy produce at market.
12/11/2018
Creating a healthy lifestyle requires a shift in mindset to be effective. You need to let go of the traditional dieting mentality. Instead of seeking out quick fix diets, focus on changing your... read more
WOman in black exercise clothes holding bathroom scale
11/28/2018
Since obesity is associated with an increased risk of diabetes, heart attacks, and many other dangerous conditions, dieting to reach a healthy weight is one of the best things you can do for your... read more
Glass of water being poured in front of green background.
11/19/2018
We all know the phrase “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” So why isn’t there an equivalent rhyme for how much water we should drink? Water is arguably one of the most important items we can—and... read more
Close up of older man's hands folded in lap.
11/14/2018
Metals and You Though the underlying cause of Alzheimer’s disease has yet to be found, there is increasing concern about the role of metals in the development of the disease, as I discuss in... read more
11/06/2018
The public is bombarded with health fads proposed to be the next miracle cure for all of our health woes. Juicing has gotten a lot of attention as yet another prescription for healthy living. When... read more
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

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Couple shopping for healthy produce at market.
12/11/2018
Creating a healthy lifestyle requires a shift in mindset to be effective. You need to let go of the traditional dieting mentality. Instead of seeking out quick fix diets, focus on changing your... read more
WOman in black exercise clothes holding bathroom scale
11/28/2018
Since obesity is associated with an increased risk of diabetes, heart attacks, and many other dangerous conditions, dieting to reach a healthy weight is one of the best things you can do for your... read more
Glass of water being poured in front of green background.
11/19/2018
We all know the phrase “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” So why isn’t there an equivalent rhyme for how much water we should drink? Water is arguably one of the most important items we can—and... read more
Close up of older man's hands folded in lap.
11/14/2018
Metals and You Though the underlying cause of Alzheimer’s disease has yet to be found, there is increasing concern about the role of metals in the development of the disease, as I discuss in... read more
11/06/2018
The public is bombarded with health fads proposed to be the next miracle cure for all of our health woes. Juicing has gotten a lot of attention as yet another prescription for healthy living. When... read more
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

Pages