Treating Parkinson’s Disease With Diet

Treating Parkinson’s Disease With Diet

caffeine consumption both in Asian and Western populations appears to protect against the development of Parkinson’s disease but what if you already have it a new study found that giving folks the equivalent of about two cups of coffee a day worth of caffeine significantly improve symptoms of the disease of course it’s only so […]

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A guide to Phytonutrients – Huel Nutrition

A guide to Phytonutrients – Huel Nutrition

today we’re going to talk about phytonutrients phytonutrient is a substance found in plant food that’s been demonstrated to have health benefits and could have a role in preventing certain human diseases however they are not essential per se but are very useful antioxidants are substances that prevent oxidation our oxidation is a naturally occurring […]

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Calculate your healthy eating score

“Calculate Your Healthy Eating Score” A few years ago, a proposal was published for a healthy eating index, and I thought it might be interesting to look at the latest USDA dietary survey to see how the standard American diet is doing. The index is simple; it’s a score of 0 to 100, which simply […]

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How to Make a Creamy Sauce — 5 Step Template + Cashew-Cilantro Recipe (whole food vegan, oil-free)

How to Make a Creamy Sauce — 5 Step Template + Cashew-Cilantro Recipe (whole food vegan, oil-free)

hi there and welcome to healthytarian living on this episode it is my pleasure to share with you a sauce template this is a template that you can use to make virtually any creamy whole food and vegan plant-based sauce and sauces as I have learned in the last 10 years of my personal and […]

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Eating Better to Look Better

Eating Better to Look Better

[Music] inadequate fruit and vegetable consumption may kill millions around the globe every year so the public health community is not beyond appealing to vanity health is intimately linked with attractiveness how do you tell if someone’s healthy you look for that golden glow that comes from the carotenoids in fruits and vegetables found to […]

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Bacterial Vaginosis and Diet

Bacterial Vaginosis and Diet

“Bacterial Vaginosis and Diet” In the same way fermented pickles, kimchi, and sauerkraut foster the growth of good bacteria like lactobacillus by maintaining an acidic environment, so does the human vagina. The normal pH of one’s vagina is that of tomato juice. Once it starts creeping up to that of, coffee,though, an overgrowth of bad […]

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How to make a Low Carb Diet Healthy?

How to make a Low Carb Diet Healthy?

Hi, I’m Dr. Steve. Are you on one of the many diets that are low in carbohydrates? If you are, or you know somebody who is, then I’m going to tell you how to do it in a much healthier way. Because it’s possible that you, or somebody you know, is doing it all wrong, […]

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How Much Broccoli Is Too Much?

How Much Broccoli Is Too Much?

“How Much Broccoli is Too Much?” It’s nice to know there were no apparent adverse effects at even 27 cups of broccoli — a day’s worth of these cruciferous phytonutrients. There has to be some point at which it becomes toxic, and indeed there is. Some researchers in Italy tried to push the envelope. They’re […]

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Convergence of Evidence

Convergence of Evidence

“Convergence of Evidence” Dr. Ornish published an editorial in the American Journal of Cardiology last year that I think really sums up where we are, describing a growing convergence of scientific evidence that an optimal diet is mostly plant-based. Make sure it has nuts, soy, and fiber, and you can drop your bad cholesterol as […]

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