I team up with chef Rich Landau and public health nutritionist Tracye McQuirter to discuss the health benefits and preparation of beans.
Randomized placebo-controlled trials are considered the gold standard of scientific evidence. In such studies, half of the subjects may get the active treatment, and the […]
What is the optimum dose of wild blueberries to eat at a meal?
In my video Is the Fiber Theory Wrong?, I present that fiber-containing foods may not only help prevent heart disease, but also help treat it […]
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We’ve had a blast watching so many people take the Daily Dozen Challenge. Last month, I challenged a few of my friends—and all of you!—to […]
Dinosaur kale and red cabbage are put to the test.
When people think fiber, they think constipation. And it’s true: If we could get Americans to eat just the minimum recommended daily intake of fiber-containing […]
A randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study of a 5-cents-a-day food for ragweed allergy sufferers.
Commercial influences may have corrupted American College of Sports Medicine hydration guidelines.
If whatever gut flora enterotype we are could play an important role in our risk of developing chronic diet-associated diseases (see What’s Your Gut Microbiome Enterotype?), […]
Coconut water is tested head-to-head against plain water and sports drinks in athletes.
The human gut has “a diverse collection of microorganisms making up some 1,000 species, with each individual presenting with their own unique collection of species.” […]
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