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Whenever people ask me which supplements they should be taking, at the top of the list are the omega-3 fatty acids. I thought I’d take the time to explain the importance of omega-3 for our most poetic (and important) of organs. You probably know that there are fats you need to avoid (like trans fats and saturated fats) if you want to have a healthy heart, but …
This year’s flu is turning out to be a nasty one. One of the primary strains we are seeing in folks this year is called H1N1 (also known as swine flu) and is the same strain that caused such a bad flu season in 2009. H1N1 is thought to be the same strain that was responsible … read more
If Metabolism 101 were a class, you’d be the teacher’s pet: You never skip breakfast. You know a little food in the a.m. kick-starts the day’s calorie burn. And you don’t crash diet, either, because that leads your body to hang on to every last calorie … read more
A new study led by University of Kentucky researchers suggests that a diet low in vitamin D causes damage to the brain. In addition to being essential for maintaining bone health, newer evidence shows…read more