Considering that virtually nothing was written about the health benefits of polyphenols before 1995, it continues to amaze me the amount of health benefits this group of nutrients generates.
For the first time in recent history the new USDA dietary guidelines finally reflect the realization that America has an… Read more »
Breast cancer is probably the greatest fear women have, even though they are 10 times more likely to die from… Read more »
One of the great controversies in nutrition is the role of coffee and human health. On the one hand, coffee… Read more »
Your grandmother always told you, you couldn’t leave the table until you ate all your vegetables. She was giving you… Read more »
One of the problems with nutrition is that it is too complex for simple thinking. Unlike drugs, which are designed… Read more »
Satiety is defined as lack of hunger. If you aren’t hungry, then cutting back calories is easy. Unfortunately, Americans seem… Read more »
A recent article appeared in the British Journal of Nutrition that gives an updated estimate of what diet (i.e. Paleolithic)… Read more »
With the New Year comes the guaranteed resolution for most people to lose weight. Invariably that resolution is usually abandoned some time in February. Part of the reason is that we really don’t know what we are talking about when it comes to weight loss.
As I pointed in my first book, “The Zone,” more than 15 years ago, aspirin remains a wonder drug because… Read more »