The American Academy of Neurology recently released a study linking low levels of vitamin C and vitamin C deficiency to an increased risk of stroke.
Two big words, yes - too long for scrabble - yet words you should know about if you wish to make it to your 100th birthday.
Omega-3 fatty acids are essential, polyunsaturated fatty acids that our bodies do not make on their own; we must get them through diet (or supplementation).
There's a great book called Younger Next Year for Women by Chris Crowly & Henry S. Lodge, MD.
If meditation tops your list of goals and intentions for 2014, you're not alone.
As the last week of 2013 is rapidly approaching, we know there will be more parties and more chances to overeat around every corner.
Depending on where you live, you may be buried in snow by December or you may be basking in mild temperatures.
The holidays have an insidious way of sneaking up on us.
Most of us are aware by now that the United States and most developed nations around the planet are facing a serious obesity epidemic.
any of us tend to generalize when it comes to talking about diabetes.
If you had to choose just 25 foods to eat for the rest of your life, be sure to take this list with you.
Isn't it cool when you find out that something that you've been doing for much of your life is actually good for you and your health?
Seeds are all the rage these days, though they've been an essential dietary component of many cultures for centuries.
Walking is one of the best and most user friendly things you can do for your body (and mind).
Now that we have your attention, of course the obvious answer would be no.
There are proponents of the idea that "a calorie is a calorie."
1. Watermelon - Summer is hardly complete until you've sunk your teeth into a hunk of juicy watermelon, juice running down your face (or arms).
You've probably heard of the "Cave Man Diet" also known as the "Paleolithic Diet" of simply, "Paleo."
Right now is a great time to transition your pantry and refrigerator from nasty to natural.
Excess body weight is associated with risk of vitamin D deficiency in children and adults.