plums

‘Plum’ Crazy

As we’ve mentioned before, with the ever-growing popularity of low-carbohydrate and ketogenic diets, people are becoming more conscious of the total amount of carbohydrate they consume, and many look to specifically limit the amount of fructose they…

Depression

Digging a Little Deeper into Depression

Depression is notoriously difficult to treat. The underlying causes are often multifactorial and elusive to identify. Pharmaceutical drugs leave a lot to be desired. Not only are they often ineffectual, but many of them come with undesirable…

circadian rhythms melatonin

Circadian Rhythms and Melatonin Go Hand-in-Hand

Since peripheral tissues, human leukocytes, fibroblasts, adipose tissue, and even pancreatic islets have been observed with clock gene expression, it is no wonder that circadian rhythm disturbances have been found to affect overall health,…

Horseradish

Horseradish – The Potent, Pungent Root Vegetable

For Jewish people around the world, the Passover Seder plate contains several foods that have symbolic importance, but which also happen to be recognized for their health promoting benefits. Among these are charoset, which is typically made with…

Fish oil for eye health

The “Eyes” Have It: Fish Oil for Eye Health

These days, you can’t pick up a health magazine or nutrition book and not find someone singing the praises of fish oil. From supporting cardiovascular health and a normal inflammatory response, to supporting healthy brain function and keeping the…

Berberine

Spotlight on the Plant Compound Berberine

As the incidence of health issues related to insulin resistance and carbohydrate sensitivity continues to skyrocket, we need all the tools we can get to help improve the health of people affected by these multifaceted conditions. Something receiving…

Peaches: Sign of Summer

Peaches: Sign of Summer

Nothing says summer like biting into a soft, ripe peach, with its sweet juices running down your chin. Although fresh peaches are sometimes available at other times of year, their texture may be mealy and the flavor bland. Summertime farmers’…

Progesterone Power

Progesterone Power

Women have it so easy don’t they? Forget high heels and more expensive dry cleaning bills. Those are mild compared to menarche, menopause, and about forty years of menstruation in between. Under the best of circumstances, the hormonal fluctuations…

People's feet at the beach

Put Your Best Foot Forward

They say “the eyes are windows to the soul.” And while that may be true, way down at the opposite end of the body, our feet our offer a surprising number of clues about what’s going on inside us. And during these summer months, where insulated…

Red onions cut

Onions – From Old Wives’ Tales to Rock Star Status

Onions: people love ‘em or hate ‘em. Or maybe they just hate the tears they cause while being chopped in the kitchen, and hate the bad breath that sometimes lingers for hours after eating them. Onions certainly seem to give us reasons not to consume…

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