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1/18/2019
There is a fate worse than death. It is the death of your brain before you die. Loss of memory, slower thinking and the inability to care for ourselves is a great fear, but there are some things you can do to make sure you have the best chance of...
12/26/2018
I’ve written quite a bit about vitamin D. Though I hate to assign grandiose importance to anything, I have to admit that vitamin D appears to be the most important vitamin. It has been shown to be important in cancer prevention, in strengthening our...
12/18/2018
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is often the culprit when you have the winter blues or winter depression. You feel down, you feel less energetic, you feel you can’t handle another irritation or holiday party. For those affected by SAD, it is the...
12/10/2018
When looking to eat healthy, we get guidance primarily from population studies, animal studies and, to a lesser extent, human studies. A combination of those findings provide our current understanding of what is best to eat. In this case, we are...
12/1/2018
For the record, I take supplements. I have for a while. I take a lot of the them. Here’s one reason. While it is true that our mothers, fathers and before got the nutrients they needed from the food they ate, their food had more nutrients than ours...
11/6/2018
The Mediterranean diet continues to attract the attention and gather the endorsements of researchers. Nowhere is this truer than in the field of healthy aging. The Mediterranean diet continues to prove effective in blood fats (lipids) reduction....