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Category: Nutrition

Dangers of Tylenol aka Acetaminophen Use During Pregnancy – Study Summary

Acetaminophen Use During Pregnancy, Behavioral Problems, and Hyperkinetic Disorders From the Journal of the American Medical Association, Pediatrics February 24, 2014, Zeyan Liew, MPH; Beate Ritz, MD, PhD; Cristina Rebordosa, MD, PhD; Pei-Chen Lee,PhD; Jørn Olsen, MD, PhD The primary authors are from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). KEY POINTS FROM THIS ARTICLE: These authors […]

Coconut oil vs Olive Oil – Which should you choose?

April 17, 2014

Cooking with Coconut Oil Vs. Olive Oil  You have been told for years that olive oil is extremely healthy for you.  It has been my go to oil for salads and cooking for quite some time now.  However, there is a growing trend when it comes to cooking, and that is to cook with coconut […]

If I could only take one Vitamin or Supplement

November 19, 2013

If I could only take one thing… Almost everyone these days takes some vitamin or nutritional supplement for certain reasons pertaining to their individual health.  There is certainly not a shortage of health supplements for you to spend your money on.  Numerous companies and individuals will try to persuade you as to why theirs is […]

My Go To Breakfast

November 18, 2013

My Go To Breakfast – I can already hear you complaining that you don’t have time for breakfast.  Well a healthy breakfast for the whole family can be whipped up in less than ten minutes.  Here is my secret recipe for a healthy start. 2-3 WHOLE eggs (Do not use egg whites -seriously) 1-2 Tbsp […]

Man Salads – My Go To Lunch

September 10, 2013

Man Salad- An easy but healthy way to do lunch   People often make assumptions as to what I eat being a physician who promotes health and wellness.  Well here is one of my favorite lunch recipes, and I call it a “Man Salad”.  Now it is perfectly fine or females to eat it as well, […]

Painkillers Cause Longer Recoveries

Painkillers Cause Longer Recoveries Original Article From the New York Times: Workplace insurers spend an estimated $1.4 billion annually on narcotic painkillers, or opioids. But they are also finding that the medications, if used too early in treatment, too frequently or for too long, can drive up associated disability payouts and medical expenses by delaying an employee’s return to work. […]