You’ve probably heard the word “superfood” being thrown around by nutritionists and food bloggers, maybe even some doctors. Heck – I’ve used it for years to describe my top healthy foods! As far as I’m concerned, if giving… Continue Reading
If there’s ever a food that gets treated unfairly, it’s the lowly potato. We, as physicians, encourage our patients to reduce or eliminate processed junk food in favor of organic, plant-based, whole foods that come directly from Mother… Continue Reading
For many people, food is more than a source of nutrition. It’s a source of happiness; memories; comfort. Hence the term: “comfort food.” Comfort food is loosely defined as a food that provides a feeling of consolation, well-being,… Continue Reading
Rice is an important food staple in America and across the world, and without this inexpensive and abundant food source, millions of people would go hungry. Rice is naturally gluten-free and – depending on the type, may deliver up to 15 vitamins and minerals, including folate, manganese, and magnesium. But for all these positives, there is one downside—and unfortunately, it’s a big one. Rice is highly contaminated with arsenic…
Along with being one of the sweetest, most popular fruits of the summer, peaches also happen to have some pretty sweet nutritional and health benefits. Take advantage of this amazing seasonal treat with these easy and delicious peach recipes!
Recent research in the rat model suggests that limiting carbohydrate consumption and eating ketone-rich foods has neuroprotective effects and may reduce risk of Alzheimer’s Disease. Article originally published by the American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine.
The key to a healthy breakfast is eating foods that are high in fiber, healthy fats, and protein. Sometimes you need to get creative and think outside the traditional breakfast box. Here are some easy, healthy breakfast ideas to get you started…
Some salads are rabbit food, others are hearty and jam-packed with nutrition. This one – made with kale, shaved Brussels sprouts and cabbage – is the latter, and may be one of the healthiest dishes you’ll eat! C-Power… Continue Reading
Leaves are turning bright red, fiery orange and earthy ochre, then slowly drifting to the ground in crunchy piles. The air is changing – you can feel a whisper of the chilly days to follow but for now,… Continue Reading
Hearty and nourishing, this vegetable stew is perfect on cold, fall days and a terrific way of meeting your daily veggie quota. While I use squash and peppers in this vegetable stew recipe, make it with whatever veggies and legumes you like.