“It is noteworthy that the major side effect of this therapeutic system is improved health and an optimal body mass index, a stark contrast to the side effects of many drugs.” via Memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s reversed: Small trial succeeds using systems approach to memory disorders — ScienceDaily. There is SO much fear aroundContinue reading “Memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s reversed: Small trial succeeds using systems approach to memory disorders — ScienceDaily”
Tag Archives: healthy nutrition
Think quality not calories
If you want to get healthy and lose weight, don’t count calories!
Why I Love Pomegranates – And You Should, Too
This article was published as my Holistic Outlook column in The Times Herald Record. [Tip: Soak your fingers in a little white vinegar after eating pomegranates. The vinegar will turn a pretty pink and your fingers will be pristine again!] No, I don’t have dirty fingernails, and I haven’t been dying wool, as one clientContinue reading “Why I Love Pomegranates – And You Should, Too”
Are you a daily “grazer”?
Somewhere in the past decade, it became a truism that the best way to eat is to graze: to eat six small meals, or three meals and three snacks. If you know the facts, you might want to reconsider.
Really good gluten-free pasta? Yes!
Good news for my gluten-free friends: pasta from beans that tastes good and delivers sound nutrition, too.
Let food be thy medicine, thy medicine shall be thy food. - Hippocrates
When diet is wrong medicine is of no use. When diet is correct medicine is of no need. - Ancient Ayurvedic Proverb I now have a software program that helps us get closer to this holistic idea.
“If they can’t have a beer & a hot dog once in a while, you haven’t fixed ’em” George Goodheart, Father of Kinesiology
I once attended a seminar given by a fairly prominent and well-published M.D. He began by telling a story about a woman who had gone on a 30 day fast, and then came in to see him. “It didn’t work at all” she told him. “All my symptoms came back the first time I had a few french fries.”
White Rice v Brown Rice; Grains v Veggies
If you really want to take your nutrition up a notch, eliminate grains and use starchy vegetables, beans and legumes for your complex carbohydrates.