In my conversation with Mark Hyman on his new NYT best seller, Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?, we discuss the myriad challenges consumers face in figuring out the correct diet, but also, what WE as clinicians caring for patients – what do we prescribe? What do the data show? Are grains really verboten? Is dairy completely off-the-plate? What about meat?
This dairy-free and paleo spinach artichoke dip is creamy, flavorful, easy-to-make and sure to be a crowd favorite.
Episode 40: The Epicenter of Epigenetics; Discussing the Agouti Mice Study & More with Dr. Randy Jirtle
Happy April, Everyone. The daffodils are peaking through in my yard, and a few crocuses are already popping up: Despite the snow storm last week, Spring is here! This month I was thrilled and honored to podcast with Dr. Randy Jirtle. The field of epigenetics has exploded in the last decade, initiated almost exclusively by the groundbreaking research of Randy and his colleague Robert Waterland.
Connection. Arguably one of the single biggest determinants of health, and yet something of a rare, precious commodity in this isolated, digitalized world we inhabit. This month’s blog looks at the role of connection and longevity in Blue Zones and beyond.
These Matcha Coconut Gummies are the jade-colored jigglers you need in your life thanks to Nom Nom Paleo.
A lot of scientific discoveries are borne out of serendipitous moments where a brilliant idea and unmet need collide. Such is the case with one of my all-time favorite “work horse” botanical combination products, Biocidin. Listen to Dr. Rachel Fresco, founder and president of Bio-Botanical Research, talk about the story of Biocidin, the decades of interesting and on-going in-vivo and in-vitro research, and the loads of clinical reports demonstrating efficacy. Also hear about Bio-Botanical’s suite of other no less creative products, including Oliverex, Proflora4R and GI Detox.
Some years back, the Blue Zones book caught my eye. Since I’m interested in optimum health, who better to learn the tricks of long life than from the people who live the longest on earth?
We’ve discussed briefly, the power of polyphenols and their superpowers in improving athletic performance, among many of their many touted benefits. Scientists and docs have noticed people with polyphenol-rich diets generally had better health. Studies have found polyphenols to be good at fighting diseases, and in particular, degenerative diseases.
Risk for Having a Second Autoimmune Condition Increases with Age of Onset
Acrylamide in Foods and Cigarettes
Increased Risk for Atopy in Infants Given Antibiotics or Acid-Suppressants
An Easy Way to Meet Early-Allergen Introduction Guidelines for Infants
Dementia Prevention Must Include Physical Exercise
2018 Dirty Dozen and Clean 15 – Useful Despite Controversy
Paradoxical Effects of Rhodiola Dosing
Beyond Organic? Introducing Regenerative Organic
Surprising Potential Benefits of Rifaximin for the Gut Microbiome
Hot Tub Therapy for Weight Loss, Insulin Sensitivity and Reduced Inflammation
Beets are high in vitamin C, fiber, potassium, protein, folate, and manganese. They may help lower blood pressure, fight cancer, and support detoxification.
When patients present with complex symptoms and hard-to-identify hormone imbalances, comprehensive testing can be crucial to making a proper diagnosis and building an effective treatment plan. In this podcast, Dr. Fitzgerald talks with the medical director of Precision Analytical, Dr. Carrie Jones, about new additions to DUTCH testing, including cortisol awakening response testing and six new organic acid tests.