Healthy Snacking for Performance

Monday, August 29, 2016

Snacking can be tricky, especially for the health conscious. Most of the snack items that line the grocery store aisles are filled with artificial flavors, preservatives, and refined…

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Overcoming Opiate Addiction with Food & Fitness

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

The therapeutic treatment of substance use disorders via blood sugar management is often reserved for alcoholics with acute glycemic response to sugar and sweet tasting foods. Alcohol is…

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Why We Get Fat

Sunday, December 14, 2014

We get fat because we eat too much and exercise too little. And, in order to lose weight we must restrict our food intake to some infinitesimally small…

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Rethinking Dietary Fat and Its Impact Upon Health

Friday, August 15, 2014
Egg

Dietary fat is a highly controversial topic. We have been led to believe that it is the source of Western diseases such as obesity, heart disease, stroke and…

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Alcohol & Gut Health: Eating to Restore Balance

Friday, June 6, 2014
The Human Microbiome

There are trillions of bugs that live in the human stomach, small intestines and colon.  Collectively known as the microbiome, these microbes form a community of commensal, symbiotic,…

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