Most people concerned about weight-related medical problems tried dieting. They try these “diets” a few times and finally decide on bariatric surgery. I have another idea.
For a long time, everybody believed red meat is bad compared to white meat. Now the first question is what is cholesterol used for in the body?
How many food items are there in nature that adult humans can eat without chewing? Practically none. Why is this important?
Today I want to talk about the explanation regarding the lowest incidence of heart attack experienced by a tribal group in the Amazon forest area of Bolivia.
For parents who are concerned about their children gaining too much weight, I have been studying food intake and obesity for the last thirty years and have created a video I share speaking to childhood obesity.
Are you taking any dietary supplements? But are these worth it? Are you improving your health or wasting your money?
You made it to the final step of my 8-part blog series. Step 8 is all about taking the time to enjoy your food and mindfully chewing every bite.
Step 7 discusses the importance of eating a variety of foods in order to acquire all your necessary nutrients. Becoming overly dependent on carbohydrates to “fill you” only leads to filling our fat cells.
I return to Step 6 this week with full confidence that you can change lifelong eating habits and regain control of your health.
As a parent, how can you establish healthy eating habits in your child? Jon, the answer starts with understanding the true objective of eating.