After seven decades of bad nutritional advice, let a new era of balanced and healthy eating begin. The year 2015 may someday be found on a historical timeline of dietary fads as the year Low-Fat finally died.
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Alan R. Gaby, M.D. Biographical Information Dr. Gaby received his undergraduate degree from Yale University, his M.S. in biochemistry from Emory University, and his M.D. from the University of Maryland. He was in private practice for 17 years, specializing in nutritional medicine.
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The common cold is the most common infectious disease in the US and many other areas of the world.
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Coconut milk, coconut oil, and coconut water are recognized as beneficial, functional foods in the US, but few are availing themselves of one of coconuts’ best uses of all – coconut flour.
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Coconuts are a way of life for millions of people around the world today in tropical climates, and coconut oil has been a staple in their kitchen for thousands of years.
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While the importance of vitamin D has become more fully appreciated, another vitamin that is just as important as vitamin D, vitamin K2, needs wider recognition. It’s a fat-soluble vitamin most well known for its role in blood clotting.
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If you’re seeking to lose excess weight, counting calories is usually less than helpful. In fact, focusing on calories could easily divert you from the real answer, which lies in optimizing your nutrition.
I’ve long advocated againstcounting calories.
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