By Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN
Juice is a staple in many diets, and juicing only continues to gain in popularity. Common health claims for drinking juice include cleansing/detoxifying, weight loss, boosting energy, and building a stronger immune system, among many others. While these claims may sound great, it is important to be informed…
By Eileen Boté
Eating right during pregnancy can be overwhelming and confusing, not to mention stressful, as new moms-to-be strive to have a healthy pregnancy and baby. And while the media and well meaning friends, and perhaps future dads, encourage soon-to-be-moms to eat for two, the ensuing 9 months is not…
By Mark Hyman MD
Halloween is almost here! That means lots of refined sugar, artificial flavors, and all sorts of other not-so-good-for-you ingredients will be everywhere you turn. But don’t despair! Enjoying an occasional treat can be part of a healthy eating plan, especially when…
By Elizabeth Boham, MD
Honestly, supplements are not the first place I focus when I am working with a woman who wants to decrease her risk of getting breast cancer. I work with women to improve their lifestyle (which you can read about here) and lower their…
By Maggie Ward, MS, RD, LDN
I have been a long-time participant and passionate follower of the environmental movement. When I was considering my major in college, I was torn between nutrition and environmental science. I ultimately chose to study nutrition because I knew what we choose to eat has such an impact (positive…
By Dr. George Papanicolaou, DO
My 14 year old daughter Isabel brings up the rear behind two older brothers, who are 19 and 22. This isn’t my first adolescent rodeo. The boys took my wife and I to the brink of sanity but we survived and recovered just in time for another adolescent…