Millions of people worldwide are obese and unhealthy. Millions think that by choosing diet sodas, they’re protecting themselves from those damaging conditions. Millions are wrong. Dr. Diehl explains how “diet” can be deadly.
Epidemiologist T. Colin Campbell dares to suggest that many in the scientific community___his community___are coming at research all wrong. Author of the international best-seller “The China Study” shares insights into uncovering the whole truth.
The best way to deal with the high cost of diabetes is to prevent it in the first place. How? The needed medicines aren’t found at the drug store. They’re found at the local grocery store. Dr. Diehl provides the shopping list.
Insomnia, ADHD, impotence, cancer–all are part of modern society. But do they have to be? Dr. Michael Greger, creator of NutritionFacts.org outlines effective steps we can all take to overcome most of today’s health challenges.
Today’s processed food industry is making a fortune by seducing an unwitting population into becoming hooked on three powerful, habit-forming ingredients found in most grocery store products. Dr. Diehl reveals the chilling story.
Bones. Out of sight. Out of mind. Big mistake. They, like any other part of our anatomy, need special attention and lots of TLC. Retired orthopedic surgeon and professor at Loma Linda University, offers tips and guidelines for keeping our bones strong and healthy.
Men’s health challenges, women’s health challenges, diabetes, the GI track, Alzheimer’s, anti-aging. These are just a few of the issues addressed by the team of Goodman and Castle in their book Rethink Food. Prepare to be amazed!
Prepare to hear the story of how food moved from being just something we eat, to becoming considered the most powerful healing medicine on earth. Dr. John McDougall was part of that story and he shares his journey with anyone who will listen.
Nutrition training for future doctors? You’d think, knowing what we know today, that that would be a given. Think again. Dr. Diehl weighs in on the topic and shares why medical schools tend to concentrate elsewhere in their classes
You might find him digging postholes in his yard. Or he could be in surgery, advising those huddled over the open body. His name is Ellsworth Wareham and he just happens to be over 100 years old. How is that possible? The good doctor himself answers that question.