The smarter you are about meat-eating, the better it is for your health.
To me, healthy eating simply means removing, or limiting the foods in your diet that could be harming you and eating enough of the foods that contain the nutrients essential to your health. It is always preferable to get your nutrients from food itself rather than supplements, although replenishing nutrients using supplements is necessary, too. Most importantly, eating should be a pleasurable experience. If you are not enjoying your meals because you feel deprived or bored, your diet is not right for you. There is no one right diet, or way to eat, different people thrive on different foods.
If you want to use food as medicine, there is no better place to start than an anti-inflammatory diet.
My good friend David Perlmutter talks to me about his new book, “The Grain Brain Whole Life Plan.”
Pumpkins aren’t just big orange gourds you carve before Halloween — they’re packed with nutrients.
And, no, we’re not talking about starving yourself. Dr. Jason Fung talks about how short-term fasting promotes health.
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!
We all know EVOO is good for us, but how do you choose the right bottle? Here are a few pointers.
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.