America’s Most Popular Vegetable Oil May Be Bad For Your Brain

A recent study found evidence suggesting that consuming soybean oil may have a negative effect on the brain and influence neurological conditions such as autism, Alzheimer’s, anxiety and depression.

If You’re a Milk Drinker, You Need to Read This!

If you’re a milk drinker, let’s just say that you have options when it comes to your choice in milk no matter what your preferences or dietary restrictions may be.

Hustle For That Muscle!

If you haven’t checked out actress Jada Pinkett Smith’s mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris (formerly Banfield-Jones), Google her now! The 60-something Banfield-Norris is in such incredible shape that even her son-in-law, Will Smith, can’t believe it. Yes, she is beautiful. But what impresses me the most is how muscular her body is.

Why It’s Time for Tea!

In China, people have been drinking tea for thousands of years. And reportedly, Turkish people are the biggest tea drinkers in the world! And we all may want to follow suit.

Go Nuts This Year!

The holidays are over. It’s finally 2020, so it’s that time of year where many of us are trying to stick to our New Year’s resolution of getting in better shape and getting healthier. Obviously, a major part of this involves being mindful about what we eat.

The Power of Prunes

Here are some fun facts which I recently became aware of. As many as "63 million people in North America meet the diagnostic criteria for chronic constipation." And there are many studies which demonstrate that "the prevalence of constipation increases with age and is more common in women than men."

Whatever Your New Year’s Resolution Includes, Don’t Forget IV Vitamin Drips & Injections

It’s no secret that many people have a tough time sticking to their New Year’s resolutions. One reason for this may be that they lack a clear and proactive plan of attack. 

Our Genetics May Determine Whether We Should Be Vegan or Not

There is so much confusion about what exactly is considered healthy eating. For example, one of the biggest diet debates right now is whether animal foods (meat, dairy and eggs) are good for us and necessary in order for us to be nutritionally balanced or whether we should completely eliminate these foods and be vegan.

Ultra-Processed Foods May Taste Good, But They May Up Your Risk for Diabetes

If you go to a restaurant and ask to see a kids’ menu, you will likely see food items such as french fries, chicken tenders or nuggets, grilled cheese, macaroni and cheese and pizza. These are all foods classified as "unprocessed" and may increase your risk for diabetes.

Woman Develops Mass in Stomach After Eating Persimmons? Let’s Talk About Bezoars

You are probably pretty familiar with what a kidney stone is. It is essentially buildup (a clump) of waste in the urinary tract that may cause an obstruction and a lot of pain. But another type of buildup/obstruction that you might not know much about is called a bezoar.

Should You Adopt a 10-Hour Eating Window?

It’s the holidays. And I’m not trying to be Scrooge by discussing not so jolly topics such as obesity and diabetes, but the truth is we have to be mindful and proactive about these issues.

Will Eating Red Meat Once a Day Help Keep Multiple Sclerosis Away?

To eat red meat or not to eat red meat? That is the question, and it seems like the question that will never have a definitive answer! Whether you’re a meat-eater or not, you’ve probably heard or read that regularly consuming red meat may increase your chance of developing heart disease.

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