Support for healthy diet and lifestyle

A selection of Dr. Lavine's articles on support for healthy diet and lifestyle...
Do you need folate supplements?

Do you need folate supplements?

Facts about folate: its role in human metabolism, natural food sources, and the possible need for supplementation.
Eat like a kid – Guest article from Donna Fish

Eat like a kid – Guest article from Donna Fish

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.

Fix acid alkaline imbalance: One of the ways to improve kidney function

Kidney researchers have shown that fixing an acid diet protects the kidneys from damage.
Fix acid-alkaline imbalance – One of the ways to improve kidney function

Fix acid-alkaline imbalance – One of the ways to improve kidney function

Kidney researchers have shown that fixing an acid diet protects the kidneys from damage.

How to Cook Without a Recipe

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.

Vitamin d2 vs d3

You know vitamin D is good for you, but which shall it be? Vitamin D2 or Vitamin D3? Does it even matter?

Magnesium for Migraines

Discover an easy nutritional option that's been shown to cut the frequency of migraine attacks by 40%.

The Danger of Dehydration in the Elderly

Know the signs of dehydration in the elderly, the common causes, and the simple steps to fix the problem.

Recipe for Pepper Soup

Delicious, simple recipe for pepper soup.
Scientists claim: Antibiotics make you fat

Scientists claim: Antibiotics make you fat

Scientists are discovering the many benefits we get from our symbiotic relationship with the bacteria that live in our digestive tract. Now it appears that gut bacteria play a role in regulating appetite and satiety. And that antibiotic use, which wipes out beneficial colonies of bacteria, can contribute to obesity.

New Research Emerges on “Wonder Herb”

Discover the medical consensus that's emerging from new research about the diverse health benefits of an herbal preparation.
Is there a benefit to using protein drinks for weight loss?

Is there a benefit to using protein drinks for weight loss?

Protein powder meal replacement supplements are often recommended as part of a weight-loss plan. Do they work?

Fibromyalgia – One Of The Symptoms Of Mineral Deficiency?

Analysis of hair samples shows that women with fibromyalgia have significantly lower levels of five essential minerals.
What’s the ideal mix of carbs vs. protein for your diet?

What’s the ideal mix of carbs vs. protein for your diet?

Nutritionists try to calculate the optimal dietary ratio of carbohydrates to proteins to maintain healthy blood sugar, provide energy, and stabilize mood. But there's an easier way...

Organic Wine, No-Added-Sulfite Wine are Healthy Choices

Organic wine and no-added-sulfite wine contain health-boosting anti-oxidants with a minimum of harmful toxins. Check out a great online source for organic and no-added-sulfite wines.

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