It goes without saying that humans are designed to be energy efficient and to store anything extra in case we need it later. And that could be the entirety of this article.
We thought it might be helpful for you to have a few of the top reasons eggs are not a great choice all in one place.
Eggs are the most concentrated source of cholesterol in the American diet
Anything created, designed and marketed to make a company money. They are responsible to their shareholders. Your health is your problem.
While the initial bacteria you get is determined at birth, there are several things you can do that either help or hurt the health and diversity of your gut garden.
It’s an interesting fallacy that muscle can be built in the kitchen or simply by drinking protein shakes.
Green smoothies are a common way for people to sneak in their greens every day. As you know, we recommend you always chew your food, because chewing is the first step in good digestion.
Creating a reasonably healthy meal from restaurant offerings is a challenge in general. But breakfast seems to be particularly daunting.
You might have heard that NFL quarterback Tom Brady doesn’t eat nightshades. He even has a book outlining a whole host of things he doesn’t eat and why. While I would take advice on being an NFL quarterback from him, I would decidedly NOT take nutrition advice from him.
Last week I noticed the guy swimming laps in the lane next to me had a bottle of chocolate milk sitting on the edge of the pool. I always have my water bottle so that he had a beverage wasn’t what struck me. It was that it was chocolate milk.
When you think about it from an intellectual level it’s odd. Why do humans eat things they don’t actually want and then feel guilty about eating it, over and over and over?
We are starting to hear a lot about pro-athletes moving towards or being plant based. Tennis champions like Venus Williams and Novak Djokovic, Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, several of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans and of course, women’s soccer player Alex Morgan.
I see it everywhere. People saying that losing weight is simply a matter of eating fewer calories than you burn. They say it doesn’t matter what you eat or when you eat, only how many calories are in it and how many calories you burn.
We’ve collected a few tips to help you decide who to believe and to educate yourself against the lies and money grabbing done at the expense of your health.
Vegetables are a great food. Any way you can get yourself to eat more of them, do that. We tend to eat more raw foods in the summer months, who wants to work over a hot stove if you don’t have to? In the winter we love hearty, hot casserole dishes.
We get asked how to replace cow’s milk pretty regularly. There was a time when I (Dr Robyn) drank milk by the large glass, sometimes with Nesquik added to it.
Most of us are over-scheduled, burnt out, have responsibility to make things happen but not the authority to actually do them and exhausted. Cortisol, a stress hormone, courses through our bodies almost constantly.
It is often assumed that the human brain gets slower and becomes less sharp as it ages. There are even studies suggesting that the cognitive decline can start as early as our late 20s or early 30s. By the time we get to our 80s, fifty percent of us struggle with memory loss.
If you are looking to replace the mayonnaise, cheese and anchovy fat and cholesterol bomb that is Caesar dressing with something substantially more health friendly, this will fill the bill.
Because this is such an important topic and breast cancer touches too many lives, I’ve decided to share a few of the key takeaways in this post.
“Are you vegan?” It’s a question we get asked A LOT. How I answer it depends on how much of a conversation I want to have. I use “vegan” with wait staff at restaurants because it’s an easy shorthand. But it’s not nearly the whole story.