Here's A Convenient Way to Fight Fat AND Fatigue!

Too Fatigued! It's a common complaint: fatigue! Our motorized, mechanized American lifestyle seems efficient at getting us around but often fails to energize us. What a paradox! An interesting article...

Sweet Potato Power: How Alkalizing Sweet Potatoes Fight Inflammation

When we think of sweet potatoes, very often we are reminded of Thanksgiving and a sweet potato casserole with brown sugar, marshmallows and cinnamon that looks something like the picture at right...

The Issue of Acidity: Everything True... Is New Again!

Back in the early part of the 20th century, a psychic healer by the name of Edgar Cayce emphasized the need to prevent the body from falling into an acidic state due to the many negative health...

Can Gluten Sensitivity Mimic IBS Symptoms?

There are a growing number of books addressing Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) these days, suggesting that the condition is becoming more prevalent. And there are a variety of approaches for healing,...

Calories in—Calories Out: Reviewing the "Twinkie Diet"

In order to lose weight one must take in fewer calories than one burns. This diet theory has been around for a long, long time, and a Professor of Nutrition at Kansas State University, Mark...

How to Fight Invisible Electromagnetic Pollution!

Every day, in a myriad of ways, we are exposed to and inundated by EMFs—electromagnetic fields. In her new book, Zapped, best-selling natural health information author Ann Louise Gittleman draws our...

Another Weight Loss Challenge: Obesogens (Chemical Weight Loss Saboteurs)

Oh no—not another obstacle to achieving any kind of normal weight! As if dieting weren’t hard enough already, chemical agents known as obesogens are now said to be thwarting those efforts, too. Here’s...

The Food Industry’s Three Point Compass: Sugar, Fat and Salt

The End of Overeating – Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite” is a scathing exposé of the commercial food industry researched and written by Dr. David Kessler, the former head of the...

Histamine Intolerance and Food Allergies

Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Janice Joneja, Ph.D, RD, for some health videos on iHealthTube.com regarding food allergies and histamine intolerance. Dr. Joneja is a nutritionist and the...

Diets and Supplement Strategies for Type 2 Diabetes

While we are all aware that there is an epidemic of Type 2 diabetes in this country, we don’t always know how best to combat it. Research scientist Dr. Joseph Evans was a guest recently on...

Hanging Onto Your Hair: Thinning Hair Health Tips for Women

My mother always complained about not having “good hair,” you know, a luxurious mane of shinny hair tumbling over her shoulders. No, she and I and my three sisters all had baby-fine, limp hair that...

A Culinary Change That Can Lead to Weight Loss

Recently it occurred to me to explore ways to promote weight loss that don’t require signing up with a commercial “diet” organization, buying the latest “diet” book, or subscribing to one of the...