By Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN
It’s not surprising that weight loss is a common topic of conversation, considering 2 out of every 3 adults in the U.S. are overweight or obese. The annual revenue of the weight loss industry is $20 billion and there are about 108 million people in the U.S. who…
By Elizabeth Boham, MD
Our bodies are meant to age, they change with each passing year and we may notice both internal and external signs that things aren’t working the way they used to. But, it’s important to note, that though aging is a natural process, many aspects of our modern world…
By Dr. George Papanicolaou, DO
I recently had the honor to answer some of my patients’ health questions, many of which inquired about  various aspects of having a  broken brain. One wondered whether someone with moderately severe Alzheimer’s would be okay eating ice cream if he’s doing everything else correctly.
By Eileen Boté
The tradition of making New Year’s resolutions dates back to Ancient Roman times with the two faced god Janus, who kept one face looking toward the past and one face towards the future. Romans believed Janus could forgive them for past mistakes and bless them for the year…
By Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN
It’s likely that your phone isn’t very often far from your fingertips. From emails for work to catching up with the whereabouts of your kids — there always seems to be a reason to grab for your phone.  Since it’s so close, you might as well have some wellness-focused apps…
By Maggie Ward, MS, RD, LDN
It seems that the decades-old fat phobia is finally on its way out. And good riddance! I have to admit, when I was a young athlete and just starting to learn about nutrition, I too held my biases against fat. Thinking butter and nuts were bad, I would opt for…