5 Weight Loss Myths to Bust Today!

5 Weight Loss Myths to Bust Today!

Lots of people aren’t happy with theirs and everyone knows that too much of it literally weighs you down. However, not everyone realizes that the extra weight can also set the stage for most of the problems we are all trying hard to avoid: obesity, diabetes, dementia, cancer, the list goes on. My advice? To minimize the risk of developing these life-wrecking problems, start taking steps to drop the excess, and by that I mean slowly, sensibly and safely.
9 Thoughts on Upgrading Your Food Sources

9 Thoughts on Upgrading Your Food Sources

Here in the land of plenty, quantity has long been king when it comes to food (The Big Gulp! The Big Mac! Super-size It!). And that, unfortunately, has made millions of Americans overweight, not to mention, sick and old before their time. How can we start reverse this health mess? By reinforcing the message that it’s the quality of our food that matters above all else. In this day and age, quantity is a killer.
Why It’s Worth Exploring a Low Carb Diet

Why It’s Worth Exploring a Low Carb Diet

One of the most common and health-undermining problems I see in my patients is eating too many carbs every day. And it’s a problem that’s hardly confined to my practice. The total amount of calories that Americans consume hasn’t appreciably gone up since the ‘80s when the national waistline began to dramatically expand...
Go Wild – and Take the Medicine That’s Just Outside Your Door

Go Wild – and Take the Medicine That’s Just Outside Your Door

Not that long ago, mankind lived and worked mostly outdoors. Fast forward a few generations and now most of our time is spent almost exclusively indoors. By day, we’re sealed into windowless office cubes and by night, we’re holed up at home in a darkened room watching Netflix. We’re literally walled off from the natural world, not to mention other people.
Live Long and Well: Why Your ‘Healthspan’ (and Not Your ‘Lifespan’) Is What Really Counts

Live Long and Well: Why Your ‘Healthspan’ (and Not Your ‘Lifespan’) Is What Really Counts

In the past half-century or so, the average American lifespan has pushed out from sixty-plus years to eighty-plus. And yet, as a recent piece in The New Yorker described, the buzz in research circles is about radically extending longevity with hi-tech interventions using stem cells or gene therapies. If we’re not thinking about how we can live as long as possible, in good health, then we’re missing the boat.
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