by guest blogger Amanda Harding, writer and blogger At the risk of sounding totally cliché, Whole30 is more than just a diet—it’s a lifestyle. I know, I know, that sounds really cheesy (which is ironic, because you can’t eat cheese when you’re doing a Whole30). But seriously… I found out about Whole30 while I was […]
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by guest blogger Anne Alexander, editorial director, Prevention Over the past couple of years, I have developed a food obsession. Not as in “I am obsessed with grape tomatoes or mint chocolate,” which I am. No, I’ve set my sights on sugar. Woe is the person who mentions the American diet or diabetes or processed […]
by guest blogger Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, integrative medicine pioneer Stress is a fact of life, but between Labor Day and January 2, it comes in buckets. On the personal front, school starts, followed by Halloween, Thanksgiving, winter holidays, then New Year’s. Then there’s the task of “winterizing” your home. On the professional side, […]
By guest blogger Drew Ramsey, MD. Odds are you’re missing some crucial ingredients for feeling your best. Most of us are. For the first time in the history of the world we are both overfed and undernourished. The data keeps pouring in that an organic plant-based diet with carefully selected meat and seafood is the best way to feed your brain. Yes, you can eat to build a better (and happier) brain. Here’s how.
by Isaac Eliaz, MD. Overindulgence usually starts small: a potato chip, a dab of ranch dip. You fill out the plate with raw carrots and cherry tomatoes, but that chip tasted so good. Pretty soon you have another, and then another. Later, you may feel anxious about it, wondering, Where’s my willpower? Why couldn’t I just walk away? If it’s any consolation, it may not be entirely your fault…
by guest blogger Pam Peeke, MD. It’s the holidays, and even the most steel-willed, health-crazed gym rat is bracing for weeks of parties, family dinners, and endless tempting multimedia cues to eat, eat, eat! Is the only solution to hunker down inside a mountaintop ashram chomping on arugula? No! You can indeed have a joyous and terrific holiday. Just remember the five secrets to ENJOY:
by guest blogger Isaac Eliaz, MD. What is the healthiest diet? This question is being asked over and over again, and is being answered in a variety of different ways. The truth is there is no single correct answer. One approach that is gaining popularity is the raw food diet, where dieters adhere to a regimen of strictly uncooked food. The raw food diet has proponents and critics, but it’s important to get the facts before adopting 100% raw food or any specialized diet over the long term.
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