“Dr. Hyman, how do I know if I’m eating enough fat?” a reader recently asked me. This is an excellent question and one
2. Choose healthy fats -- Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are known to soothe the skin, decrease inflammation, and
If we can control heart disease, breast and lung cancer through our diet and healthy living, we can focus more on prevention as a powerful and proactive means of reducing the incidence of these life-threatening chronic medical conditions affecting so many women.
I'm not advocating a ban on carbs as a quick weight loss scheme. I don't believe in quick weight loss schemes or diets. But I am convinced as a nation we eat too many carbs, especially refined carbs.
Hooray, eggs are back in vogue! Have you noticed the appearance of poached eggs, deviled eggs, and hard-cooked eggs on restaurant menus? I'm not talking about diners, I mean our trendy, celeb-chef digs. I couldn't be happier for the return of this little nutrition packed ovoid.
When trying to shed pounds, it seems logical to remove as much fat from your diet as possible, but experts show that consuming
Dietary fat is a hot topic full of conflicting information and controversy. Here is a brief breakdown of the most important facts you need to know.
Maligned for decades, the message from many health organizations has been the same: reduce or cut the fat. However, the idea of fat as universally "bad" simply isn't true.
MUFAs can actually lower cholesterol levels, and, in doing so, your risk of heart disease. In fact, a Journal of the American