More on the importance of hydration from acupuncturist Karen Flicker
The Suppers Programs offer non-judgmental support for making diet changes
A combination of amino acids and herbal anti-inflammatories beats NSAID’s for back pain.
Memory loss and cognitive decline are largely preventable (and even reversible) with a comprehensive personalized program of diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes.
Living in harmony with the right mix of intestinal bacteria is a cornerstone of good health. Here are five easy step to take to make sure you’re on good terms with your gut flora.
Food additives such as carageenan, guar gum, and magnesium stearate are used to emulsify, stabilize and control the texture of food. Are they safe?
Because of variations in how foods are grown, processed, and digested, the calorie value of foods printed on food labels can be way off….
Recent research gathered from a variety of medical journals.
High nutrient foods that have been shown to help you control high blood pressure.
A reader forwarded me this letter written by a chronic pain sufferer who found relief on a gluten-free diet. With his permission, I’m sharing this letter with you.
Part 2 of this article on gluten sensitivity outlines a self-care plan which should help nearly anyone whose digestive tract is reactive to the gluten protein found in wheat.
Many are finding health renewal in adopting a gluten-free eating approach. Could you benefit from eliminating gluten from your diet?
The humble mushroom is gaining popularity as a healthy food. And for good reason…
It’s been theorized that if everyone who wanted to lose an extra 10-20 pounds actually lost the weight and kept it off, the cumulative disappearance of body mass would destabilize the earth’s orbit and send the planet hurtling off into interstellar space.
Actually, that’s not true at all. But in this article you can discover a few things that are true about weight loss.
Facts about folate: its role in human metabolism, natural food sources, and the possible need for supplementation.
A guest article from Donna Fish, a social worker who specializes in eating disorders and helping parents foster healthy eating habits and a healthy body attitude in their children.
Kidney researchers have shown that fixing an acid diet protects the kidneys from damage.
One of the most important parts of my college experience has been the food co-op that I cooked and ate in for three years. The challenge of preparing a healthy meal for 30 people based on the sometimes limited ingredients that were available, while also providing for the vegans, the lactose intolerants and a host of other specific dietary needs, brought out a certain kind of focus and drive that I was seldom capable of outside of that kitchen.
Here’s a few pieces of advice, and maybe some good anecdotes too, for planning and preparing meals for a large group.