You want no-nonsense, common sense nutrition advice? The host of one of the most popular podcasts in the world says he can change your entire way of eating with just one sentence.
March is National Nutrition Month and while we all strive to eat well and stay healthy year-round, it seems like a good time for a few reminders and reinforcements. Here are 31 nutrition tips for 31 days.
Are cravings derailing your diet plans? Herbal pharmacist David Foreman offers his top four tips for warding off cravings and explains how there’s a place for natural health to work hand-in-hand with mainstream medicine to keep you healthy.
One of America’s top fitness experts says he’s unlocked the true secrets to sustainable weight loss. This isn’t another fad diet; he says this is the way you can lose weight and keep it off for life.
While many in the healthcare industry focus solely on a traditional, reactionary approach to disease, Dr. Jeffry Life is pro-active and believes in lifestyle intervention. Find out how to get in shape NOW for the challenges of aging.
Is coffee bad for you? What’s better — sugar or “fake” sugar? Just what makes white flour so bad for your body? And have you had your thyroid checked lately? Dr. Nancy Simpkins shares the news you need to know about getting and staying healthy.
Have you ever failed to follow through on a goal or a resolution, such as to lose weight, get a better job or stop smoking? Of course you have. We all do. Find out how 5 tools can help you effectively make changes that will stick.
There’s no doubt our nation is in the midst of a health crisis, from diabetes to obesity to heart disease to cancer. Mee Tracy McCormick says the cure is in the kitchen. Find out how she cooked her way out of her chronic autoimmune disease.
Fitness and nutrition expert Lisa Lynn has a track record of success and of helping people who don’t think it’s going to work for them. She explains how her own years of failed diets and eating habits led her discover what really works. Get her tips.
There are few people whose sole goal in life is to make people feel better about themselves, but that’s exactly what Richard Simmons has been doing for nearly 40 years. He shares his own personal struggles and offers his tips for healing yourself.