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By Ashley Barile
Soups are great to make year-round. Enjoy this easy Cream of Asparagus Soup recipe shared by nutritionist Lisa Dreher. Asparagus is an excellent source of antioxidants, rich in minerals and vitamins A, C, E and K, and is low in calories. Yields: Varies Prep Time: 15…
By Sarah Canfield
Living in the beautiful Berkshires and being diagnosed with Lyme disease is an all too common occurrence. As an avid hiker, I wasn’t surprised when a bout of unexplained fatigue and joint pain ended up exposing the presence of my own Lyme antibodies. While Lyme treatment…
By Elizabeth Boham, MD
Most of us grew up hearing that dairy, and especially milk, is crucial for good health. In reality, dairy isn’t the vital source of calcium and strong bones that we were led to believe. Dairy can cause digestive problems for the majority of people with lactose intolerance, along…
By Todd R LePine
The emphasis on naming diseases is pervasive throughout medicine, and it is a primary obstacle to changing the way we do things and finding answers to our health problems. For instance, two brain disorders with two completely different names might have a lot more in common than you…
By Sarah Canfield
Presented by one of Dr. Hyman’s Nutritionists, Sarah Canfield, MS, CNS, LDN There is a point in everyone’s health journey when it’s time for a reset. Your digestion may be off, you may be feeling a bit more run down or tired than usual, or just…
By Elizabeth Boham, MD
Colon cancer is one of the most prevalent types of cancer in the United States. While traditionally a disease of older adults, we are sadly seeing an increase in colon cancer incidence and mortality in young people. Screening for colon polyps with regular colonoscopies is an important way…