Before overhauling your diet or reaching for supplements, discuss your personal diet and lifestyle habits, along with any symptoms you may have with a physician to avoid any excess nutrient consumption, which can be just as harmful as a nutrient deficiency.
Eating X amount of fruits and veggies every day is recommended, but that doesn't mean you are getting all that you need. There are many nutrients that we are told most adults aren't getting enough of, and it could cause long-term issues if gone untreated.
By examining the records of participants, 88% of vegans were found to adhere to the healthiest of eating patterns, 65% of
Have you ever heard of Star Fruit? If you haven't you are missing out! This beautiful, delicious fruit is a gem filled with
This could be the reason your head is pounding.
In the culture we live in, the need for fullness and excess is something that easily permeates our lives. More, more, more
Many supplements that don't work at all are marketed routinely, and some, very successfully. I have always maintained that this was a domain of both baby, and bathwater -- and that differentiating is essential.
What we eat affects our body from the inside out. Make sure to include these key nutrients every day to attain and maintain healthy and glowing skin.
A commentary just out in JAMA says many reasonable things about diet and health. The author notes that the overall low quality of the prevailing American diet is an anchor on life expectancy itself. Amen to that.
Maybe, at best, we would try the first a few times, find that it involved some effort, and then abandon it, waiting for the next idea to deliver the magic. Guess the results.
Tobacco and nutrition are not independent, stand-alone issues. As the world works to solve the tobacco epidemic, it must also work to solve nutrition issues.
Those trying to have their side of beef and eat it, too, often talk about narrowing the gap between modern meat, and the kind of meat we "should" all eat. Pure meat. Ethically raised, free to range, well fed, organic, and all that.
The truth about saturated fat is not unsettled. What is unsettled is: Can we handle the truth?
The folks who DO deserve to be "we," actual experts in nutrition and health, said exactly what THEY think Americans should
President, American College of Lifestyle Medicine That, quite literally, is what the DGs really are. They are informed by
Director, Yale University Prevention Research Center; Griffin Hospital That's a position I have asserted before, many times
We would likely all benefit by eating nuts, walnuts perhaps in particular, more often. We would benefit by eating doughnuts
My doctors and I test blood levels of vitamin D on everyone we see in our clinic. When the results come in, two things happen: 1. Pretty much everyone is low in vitamin D. 2. Pretty much everyone is shocked that they are low in vitamin D.
The evidence for this proposition is overwhelming. Dr. Hu and I have both had cause to look it over from altitude, in the