Thanks to an overabundance of processed foods, most of us don’t know how to cook. Because of this, we’re missing the powerful, regenerative properties offered by whole-foods. Chef Del Sroufe comes to our rescue with a new cookbook and practical suggestions for turning meal time into healing time. (www.chefdelsroufe.com)
How did the scientific community come to realize the incredible power of plants to heal the human body and mind? It took decades and some very dedicated people who were not afraid to buck tradition. Dr. Hans Diehl, founder of the Complete Health Improvement Program shares insights into this amazing—and ongoing—journey.
When it comes to sound nutrition, there’s a new kid on the block. Actually, it’s an old kid that scientists are just beginning to recognize. Dr. Marcum introduces us to probiotics and the powerful way they can impact our health.
Dreena Burton has written a cookbook with a twist. Each and every recipe included has been thoroughly tested by her three daughters ages 14, 10, and 5. You know they have to be good! Dreena invites you to make yours a plant-powered family and shares how to do it.
We’re all burdened by societal pressures, financial crises, wars, bullying, broken families, or out of control depression. For some, the “permanent solution to a temporary problem” seems the only way out. Dr. McDowell offers workable alternatives. (www.AdeleRyanMcDowell.com)
Child-raising has always been a challenge. Today that task seems monumental. LaShawn Wells is daddy to three daughters. He’s written a book called “The 7 Principles of Faith-Based Parenting” and offers suggestions for successfully raising children in a world gone mad. (www.rightchoicecoaching.com)
Cheri Peters spent her teenage years living on the streets of Los Angeles. If you think that’s romantic, think again. However, as you’ll soon discover, God isn’t deterred by streets or the people who call them home. Sometimes, when we’re at our worst, God does His best work. (www.truestep.org)
Life can be a challenge. We certainly don’t need to add health issues to our daily existence. But, how do we live well in an unwell world? Heartwise founder/director Dr. James Marcum shares tips and guidelines for keeping our minds and bodies in tip-top shape.
In the world of health and wellbeing, hearsay and speculation often drive our actions. Dr. Michael Greger wants us to know the facts—the nutrition facts that can alter our health for the good. No more hearsay. No more speculation. Just healing science. (www.nutritionfacts.org)
It’s a program that combines scientific information with social interaction, allowing participants to choose their level of health. The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) is making a difference in people’s lives every day. Dr. Hans Diehl is its founder. (www.chiphealth.com)
When it's cold and flu season, we don't have to fall victim to each wandering bug or virus. Nutritarian and well-known physician Dr. Joel Fuhrman explains how we can fight back—and win—the cold wars.
Health-destroying sales receipts, cholesterol in children, Type 1 diabetes, and obesity-fighting dogs are the subjects of this discussion with Dr. Michael Greger, author of “How Not to Die.”
Poor people need good nutrition, too. This is one of the many messages promoted by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine in Washington, D.C. Mark Kennedy, vice president for legal affairs at PCRM examines SNAP, farm subsidies, and school lunches, looking for ways to enhance health across the nation.
Long nights. Short days. For many, this is a recipe for depression. Add to that New Year’s resolutions that have fallen by the wayside, and our mental health can take a hit. Dr. Gregory Jantz, founder director of the Center for Counseling and Health Resources in Seattle, shares practical tips for chasing away the winter blues. (aplaceofhope.com)
In a recent blog, Dr. John McDougall wrote: Big Pharma and Big Medicine have faced many huge challenges over the past years to keep their cash cows—people with type-2 diabetes—each forking over an average of $13,700 annually. This financially rewarding system works well until the blood-sugar-lowering medicines, along with the gadgets and tests they rely on, are proven to be useless and dangerous.