I’ve been writing about curcumin – the active ingredient in the Indian curry spice turmeric – for months. It’s been used medically for millennia in south Asia, and touted in overwhelming numbers of peer-reviewed studies demonstrating its ability to prevent and treat many illnesses and conditions.Continue Reading
Encore: Lifestyle changes and the aging process can threaten baby boomer waistlines.Continue Reading
Physicians are asking many of our parents to lower their sodium intake, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers some education materials and tips. The CDC’s monthly public health program, Vital Signs, provides detailed informa…Continue Reading
This message comes through loud and clear in the cover story in the current issue of one of my favorite newsletters, Nutrition Action, published by the Center for Science in the Public Interest. The excellent article was written by Bonnie Lieman.
Now that you’ve made the exchanges in your Christmas or Chanukah gifts, do you think it’s time to begin thinking about the changes you want to make in yourself this coming New Year?You may have your own unique list of improvements you want to make – st…Continue Reading
I am aiming to prepare a low-sodium Thanksgiving dinner. I’ve just read an article, Experts Warn: Thanksgiving Poses Hidden Sodium Dangers, describing the dangers of stealth sodium in Thanksgiving foods. The Associated Press article, which appear…Continue Reading
We welcome our guest blogger, Sandi Thompson, a nutritional therapy practitioner and certified wellness coach who is here today sharing her tips about how to lose weight:There was an article in the Los Angeles Times about the grim data on U.S. obesity….Continue Reading