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How do we make sure our kids grow up to be healthy adults? Dr. Drew Sinatra has a few tips that might surprise you.
These days, kids can be TOO clean—and this may be bad for their health. Allow me to explain why.
WHAT we eat may be more important than HOW MUCH we eat. Participants in this new study who ate whole and minimally processed foods and avoided added sugars, refined grains and trans fats lost significant amounts of weight—without worrying about counting calories or limiting portion sizes.
Do you suffer from abdominal bloating, indigestion, recurring diarrhea or constipation? The cause may be small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). Dr. Drew Sinatra has a natural solution.
Cases of IBS are clearly on the rise—and so are the sales of drugs to treat it. Yet, as a naturopathic doctor I like to treat the root of the issue, not the sym...ptoms. In the case of IBS, this may be a little-known condition called small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). Here's what you can do about it.
We've long known that TURMERIC has many health benefits due to the anti-inflammatory properties of its key component, curcumin. And this extends to our brain: In a new study, subjects who took curcumin twice daily showed a 28% improvement in memory tests, as well as slight improvements in mood.
To age well, we must eat well: this new study found that healthy seniors who had daily helpings of leafy green vegetables—such as spinach, kale and collard greens—had a slower rate of cognitive decline, compared to those who tended to eat little or no greens.
Still dealing with the flu? Dr. Drew Sinatra can help you get through it!
Thinking POSITIVE can benefit your health! In this new study, participants who had positive beliefs about aging were 44% less likely to develop dementia over the next four years than were their counterparts with negative beliefs.
One of the best gifts you can give or receive for Valentine's Day is DARK CHOCOLATE. Here's why.
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