A Yale-led research team has identified the molecular mechanism by which insulin normally inhibits production of glucose by the liver and why this process stops working in patients with type 2 diabetes, leading to hyperglycemia. Continue reading →
Everyone seems to be talking about fat these days.
In his latest book, my good friend and #1 New York Times bestselling author Dr. Mark Hyman reveals an important new medical discovery that turns our understanding of why we get fat and sick completely upside down.
With Eat Fat, Get Thin, Dr. Hyman separates fat from fiction by giving you the skinny on fats – what to eat and how to use dietary fats to regain your health and ideal body weight. Continue reading →
One of my favorite sayings is by U.S. humorist Josh Billings: “It’s not what you don’t know that gets you into trouble—it’s what you know that just ain’t so.”
I’ve found that this is true in many areas of life, but nowhere more so than in health. If we know we’re making unhealthy choices, we might expect to get bad results. But what could be sadder than doing something we “know” is healthy—only to find that it is nothing but? Continue reading →