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It’s hard to believe so much controversy could swirl around the humble egg. Ever since the anti-fat hysteria of the 1980s, doctors have been advising people to avoid eggs. “They’re high in cholesterol,” they say, “so they’re bad for your heart.” Of course, anyone with even basic understanding of cholesterol knows that dietary cholesterol has […]


Mainstream medicine has spent dozens of years—not to mention billions of dollars—researching Alzheimer’s disease. Yet they’re no closer to solving this devastating, deadly epidemic than they were decades ago. They’re so hung up on plaques and tangles that they’ve utterly ignored the most obvious symptom of Alzheimer’s. One that shows up 10 years before the disease really […]


I couldn’t believe my eyes when I came across the following headline: “AHA Says Cap Added Sugars for Kids at 6 Teaspoons a Day.” Six teaspoons! As if 6 teaspoons of sugar per day weren’t already too much to begin with (let alone ADDED sugar). But before I go on a rant about how sugar […]


I’ve written quite a bit recently about the health effects of coffee, but it’s been a while since I’ve extolled the virtues of tea. But it looks like maybe it’s time I did. According to a new study just published in the American Journal of Medicine, tea may be key in heart disease prevention. The […]


As I was reading through the latest medical headlines, I came across this one: “The Most Popular Diet Ever: Why Going Gluten-Free Is Risky” And I just knew you and I would have fun skewering it together. Shall we? You might ask yourself, as did I, how it could possibly be risky to give up […]


As a rule, I don’t believe in magic bullets. (I’ve been in the diet business long enough to know better.) But there is one exception. And that’s macadamia nut oil. Start using it today, and you’ll be swimsuit-ready by spring—if not well before. And no, that’s not an exaggeration. It’s a research-proven fact. In fact, […]


Words are tricky business. We use them to communicate ideas, to learn from each other, to make promises and hold each other to them. We use them to learn and share information, to get to the truth. Those are just some of the ways we use words for good in the world. But unfortunately, they […]


Yesterday I told you about the lawsuit a California woman brought against Chipotle for deceitfully claiming not to use genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The case was dismissed — despite the fact that Chipotle clearly uses meat and dairy from animals fed GMO diets and serves GMO-laden soft drinks. But according to the judge, it’s all […]


Think chemical preservatives in our food supply are unavoidable? Many people do — and if you take a look at the labels on the supermarket shelf, it’s not hard to see why. But I just don’t buy it. I think that if you work with Mother Nature — not against her — you’ll find everything […]


I guess I’m just in a myth-busting mood this week. Yesterday, it was cholesterol. Today, I’m taking on veganism — with the help of some brand new research from a team of German nutritionists. Leave it to the straight-talking, sausage-loving Germans to invoke common sense and set the record straight on this subject. They’re certainly […]



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