The science of fasting is currently among the most popular of food topics, tho’ fasting has been around for thousands of years. Continue reading
In a study published in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, scientists at Arizona State University reported that healthy (but formerly sedentary) adult women who adopted a regular exercise routine not only gained weight, but increased body fat (not muscle mass).
Many of us already have heard about Coenzyme-Q10, the natural antioxidant synthesized by the body, found in many foods, and available in supplement form. It comes in two forms: ubiquinol, the active antioxidant form, and ubiquinone, the oxidized form, which the body partially converts to ubiquinol. Continue reading
Minerals are perhaps the most important groups of nutrients human beings require. Unlike some vitamins, for example, minerals cannot be made inside the body and must come from our diet, supplements or drinking water. Minerals regulate most bodily functions by participating in all chemical compounds in our bodies. They also form the structure of the body.
Craving a handful of super sweet Medjool dates or those juicy strawberries from the farmers market? Enjoy, but careful! Your fructose consumption should be kept at 15 to 25 grams per day. Continue reading
Hooray, I have finished my academic studies and graduated with honors as a certified Nutritional Balancing practitioner! I am so happy to become a legal nutritional consultant, as I have been unofficially advising some of you about food as far back as 1985.
Along with my own 30-year journey studying food as medicine, I also have my clients to thank for motivating me to study the fascinating science of Nutritional Balancing. It is an extraordinary program that originated in the 1940s with Dr. Paul Eck from the University of Chicago and is carried on today by Dr. Lawrence Wilson.
I was surprised that a client ended our session last week by asking me, “Do you have a diet soda in the studio? Continue reading