• What Direction is Your Food Taking You?

    Filed to Nutrition, Weight Loss and Healthy Eating

    If you read last week's blog, you know that we just began a summer series on Nutritional Transformation. This week, we are going to look at the Standard American Diet (S.A.D.). This will lay the ground work for looking at four templates on how to approach healthy eating.

    Does food really "evolve"?

    Much of today's scientific literature, including the field of nutrition, assumes that humans have been around for 50,000 years or longer. It is not the intention of this blog to debate evolution versus creation (there are much wiser minds than mine that have done that). I personally am a Christian wh...

  • Do You Recognize Your Food?

    Filed to Nutrition, Weight Loss and Healthy Eating

    This week's post is going to introduce you to our summer blog series on transforming your nutrition (and possibly your life)! A tall order for sure!

    Attention to nutrition has been a part of my (Dr. Doug) life since I was about 13. One day, my mom came home (it was just her and I in the house at the time), and said it was time to get healthy and start eating better. In one fell swoop, she replaced my Trix with granola, hamburgers with chicken, white bread with wheat bread.. and hey, what happened to the chips and ice cream? I wasn't worried about what we ate; I was just fine with all the food ...

  • What Foods Should You Add to Your Diet to Fight Inflammation?

    Filed to Nutrition, Weight Loss and Healthy Eating

    Last week, we talked about the devastating effects that chronic inflammation can wreak on your body. Today, we are going to discuss what foods you can add to your diet to help battle inflammation and help you feel better all around!

    According to Harvard Health Publications, here are a few examples of anti-inflammatory foods to include in your diet:

    • Tomatoes
    • Fruits (strawberries, blueberries, oranges and cherries)
    • Nuts (almonds, walnuts)
    • Olive oil
    • Green leafy vegetables (spinach, kale and collards)
    • Fatty fish (salmon, mackerel, tuna and sardines)

    You can also add in herbs a...

  • What is Dietary Inflammation?

    Filed to Nutrition, Weight Loss and Healthy Eating

    Inflammation plays a vital role in the human body's immune response - without it, we would not be able to heal. According to Medline Plus, the body's inflammatory response occurs when tissues are injured by bacteria, trauma, toxins, heat or any other cause. When your cells are in distress, they release chemicals to alert the immune system, which sends its first responders (inflammatory cells) to isolate the foreign substance or heal the tissue. As these events unfold, blood vessels leak fluid into the site of the injury, causing the telltale swelling, redness and pain.

    However, when inflammati...


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