Jonathan Galland, CEO of Pill Advised, Huffington Post Blogger
I was excited to meet Dr. Neal Barnard, of George Washington University School of Medicine, at the American College of Nutrition annual conference in November. He appeared on a panel and spoke about the many benefits of a plant-based diet.
So when I saw Dr. Barnard on PBS talking about how to protect your memory, I was intrigued. He takes the science and explains it in a simple, clear and powerful way. Watch the video below and then catch the full show “Protect Your Memory With Dr. Neal Barnard” airing on PBS this month.
3 new studies highlight powerful health properties of the tart cherry
The tart cherry has a unique combination of powerful antioxidants that may help reduce risk factors for heart disease, according to new research presented at the Experimental Biology annual meeting in Washington, DC.
Spring is the perfect time of year to enjoy the wonderful freshness of parsley and cilantro.
Not only do these herbs add flavor and color, but they also have special health benefits. While there are endless ways to enjoy these beautiful herbs, I have included a recipe and some easy tips below that take the mystery out of shopping for, cooking with, and even growing, fresh herbs.
Red yeast rice is made by fermenting a type of yeast (Monascus purpureus) over rice. In dietary supplement form, red yeast rice is typically used to control cholesterol. According to the 2007 NHIS Survey, cholesterol is one of the top 10 conditions prompting complementary and alternative medicine use among adults.