Tag Archives: diet

High-Fat Meals More Harmful to Males

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When it comes to nutritional guidance against obesity, one size may not fit all.

New study reveals that an occasional high-fat meal may be okay for women, but for men at risk for obesity, it is definitely a no-go.

Deborah Clegg, a scientist with Cedars-Sinai Diabetes and Obesity Research Institute and a team of international researchers found Continue reading

 

Fall Beauty Wellness Wisdom Event

We are delighted to announce an amazing Fall 2014 Beauty Wellness Wisdom event at abc home here in New York City on Saturday, 9/13.

 

It is organized by our good friend Paula Gilovich, who is passionate about Integrated Medicine and everything that can help us move toward a more natural, sustainable and healthy way of life.

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Detoxification is Personal

By Dr. Jeffrey Bland

 

We humans have always lived in a less than perfect environment.

 

One way or another, we are exposed to a range of toxic substances in the air, in our water and food, often in the materials that shelter us, from intestinal bacteria and cellular metabolism.

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Obesity Hits All Groups of Americans: Study

Obesity has become an epidemic in the U.S.. Unlike popular belief that it is the monopoly of certain ethnic groups or those poorly educated, obesity is actually hitting all groups of Americans, said a new report.

 

All Americans have been getting fatter at about the same rate for the past 25 Continue reading

 

Stop Blaming Your Genes – You Can Beat Back Autoimmunity

By Dr. Terry Wahls, MD

 

When you were diagnosed with your autoimmune health problems, you might have been wise enough to ask your doctor about diet and what you could do yourself to reduce the symptoms and pain associated with your diagnosis.

 

Unfortunately, most physicians today would shrug off that question and tell you there is no evidence that diet makes any difference. Your physician probably told you that Continue reading

 

New Evidence for Organic Diet

By Dr. Benjamin I. Brown

 

Organophosphate pesticides are ever-present in our environment, especially in our food.

 

These pesticides are linked to health problems in children and several important chronic diseases in adults. New research has shown that eating organic can help reduce Continue reading