Mark Hyman

So one day I decided that striving for perfection really wasn't a necessary or helpful goal. And I struck a new deal with myself: Rather than feeling compelled to make healthy choices all the time, I would simply make healthy choices most of the time.
You eat clean, or so you think you do, but you can't lose those last 10 pounds. Let me explain why you're having so much trouble.
Even for someone who spends as much time in the diet war trenches as I do, the barrage of the past week has been noteworthy for its intensity, and its implications -- both exceptionally hopeful, and dire.<
The truth about saturated fat is not unsettled. What is unsettled is: Can we handle the truth?
Dr. Mark Hyman, author of "Eat Fat, Get Thin," tells us that fat is one of the body’s most basic building blocks and explains three of the many health benefits that come along with incorporating more fat into your diet.
Dr. Hyman is also popularizing the notion that goes a step beyond "food is medicine" to "food is information." Food tells
The launch of Dr. Mark Hyman's latest book The Blood Sugar Solution 10-Day Detox Diet at ABC Home served as the launchpad
"I think when we're striving, we often end up with not letting magic happen," said Dr. Hyman. "We're trying too hard, we're
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Mark Hyman, M.D. -- a leading functional medicine doctor and author of numerous
While leading experts site stress, infections, toxins as influencers of autoimmune diseases, diet is also top of the list.
With high rates of obesity, diabetes and other chronic diseases, heath care spending continues to rise, putting an enormous
Sabin adds a further question: "How deep will Cleveland Clinic go in terms of embracing a model of comprehensive functional
Many doctors now prescribe diet changes as the first step to recovery. "If you eat crap, you feel like crap," says Dr. Hyman
You know that sugar affects your weight, as well as your health in general. We ask the pros for some advice on dealing with
The idea that a calorie is a calorie, that everybody should just eat less and exercise more and that if you're overweight it's simply a matter of willpower -- all the stuff we've all come to accept as medial fact over the last few years -- is thrown out by the panel of experts in Fed Up.
I recently attended Arianna Huffington's event, THRIVE, and listened to both Dr. Dean Ornish and Dr. Mark Hyman discussing the significant role of diet in overall well-being. The physical cannot be separated from the mental, and in fact without it thriving is almost impossible.
If you are one of those highly accomplished, over-caffeinated, exhausted business leaders, you're in luck. It is now cool to admit it, and approach things in a healthier way.
If there was one overarching message to come out of last week's Thrive conference, it's that the traditional vision of success -- one that values money and power above all else -- is seriously wanting. And it's time for a change.