Pumpkins aren’t just big orange gourds you carve before Halloween — they’re packed with nutrients.
I think of food as information. The right food can bring out the best in your genes for a healthier life. Most of us believe that age related diseases like high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis, adult onset diabetes, stroke, cancer, etc are the inevitable consequences of aging, but we are now finding out that this is not necessarily true. Healthy aging is mainly the result of how we “communicate” with our genes — through our diet!
A revolutionary new science, Nutrigenomics, is showing how different foods may interact with specific genes, how food “talks” to our genes and how our genes express themselves after the conversation. Eat the right foods and they will send instructions to your genes for good health. Eating the wrong foods however, sends messages for disease.
This section will include articles/blogs on all matters relating to food and supplements. In time, you will also find great recipes for making healthy and delicious food.
And, no, we’re not talking about starving yourself. Dr. Jason Fung talks about how short-term fasting promotes health.
As the seasons change, so do skin issues. Here are some tips and recipes to help you maintain a beautiful glow.
How soaking, sprouting, and fermenting legumes, grains, nuts, and seeds can make them more easily digestible.
Here are three of the most common weight-loss myths out there — and why they’re wrong!
Nourishing and comforting, this lamb stew is perfect for the fall.
We all know EVOO is good for us, but how do you choose the right bottle? Here are a few pointers.
Mushrooms add an earthy, soulful flavor — and an immunity boost — to this Cleanse-friendly dish.
Eating out when you have food allergies doesn’t have to be stressful. Try these five tips to savor your meal.
No amount of expensive creams or prescription pills will truly heal your acne. Try these lifestyle-based changes.