When you’re surrounded by lots of food options, do you pick and choose a few items or indulge in a little bit of everything? Dr. Susan Mitchell has some No Excuse Quick Tips.
In this episode of Growing Bolder, see what happens in life when people aren’t afraid to speak up and tell the truth. Their boldness will inspire you to tell your true story.
Can Alzheimer’s be cured by the foods you eat (or don’t eat)? Neal Barnard, M.D., a leading advocate for good nutrition and using nutritional intervention to cure whatever ails us, offers tips to boost your brain health with power foods. By day, he’s the president of the nation’s top community college. In his spare time, […]
There’s been no better time in history to be 50+. Find out how different retirement is these days and how, despite a down economy, there are opportunities to pursue your passions — and earn some money doing it.
The more we learn about food, the more powerful we find out it is. Before you reach for supplements, registered dietitian and GB’s nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell reveals nutrient packed foods that can naturally power up your defenses.
Want to eat healthy but not wiling to give up chocolate? You don’t have to! Studies show that chocolate can actually reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, belly fat, etc. but there’s a phrase you have to know before you give into your craving.
Are your meals beige followed by more beige? It’s time to embrace colors on your plates and in your recipes. Here are Dr. Susan Mitchell’s easy meal makeovers.
Did you know certain spices can not only add flavor but they can also bolster your health? Before you reach for the salt shaker, find out other options that can spice up your dish and improve your health.
Americans may be divided on many issues but there’s apparently one thing we can all agree on: we love our caffeinated beverages. Dr. Susan Mitchell reveals what you need to know before you grab and gulp that energy drink.
Nobody — not even supermodels! — loves being seen in a swimsuit. But it’s even harder when you’re already feeling bad about your body. And if you think that poor self-image is just restricted to women and girls, you’re wrong.