How can I possibility make that statement? Two recent best-selling diet books have maintained that gluten makes us fat and… Read more »
In this day and age when we hear about selfish genes and winner-takes-all outcomes in evolution, it is refreshing to… Read more »
That’s a good question after the June 24 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine reported on the failure… Read more »
As the creator of the Zone Diet, I am a strong believer in the Mediterranean diet as a lifetime dietary… Read more »
A study from Harvard Medical School explains that even though people can lose weight on a ketogenic diet, all lost… Read more »
One of the events in the food industry you never want to see is the making of sausage where sometimes… Read more »
Anxiety is one of most the common neurological disorders, but it also is one of the most difficult to understand. Simply stated, anxiety is an apprehension of the future, especially about an upcoming challenging task. This is normal. What is not normal is when the reaction is significantly out of proportion to what might be expected.
Last month was a red-letter month for the future of mankind as the world population passed 7 billion. Unfortunately, this fact dovetails with recent research that indicates it is likely that one-half of all Americans will be diabetic by 2050
A few weeks ago I spoke at the American Society of Bariatric Physicians. Later in the day I heard an… Read more »
Telling an obese person simply to eat less rarely succeeds. Is it because they are weak-willed individuals or is there something more complex going on?