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  • Easy Sourdough Stuffing

    Sourdough stuffing is one way to easily upgrade the digestibility of the holiday menu. Best of all, it won’t require drastic changes on your part that take extra time and preparation (translation: STRESS). I can virtually guarantee that your family and guests will barely notice the difference as the taste of the final dish is …
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  • Vitamin E Triggers Vaping Sickness?

    Is Vitamin E dangerous? This is the initial and confusing takeaway from headlines that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) identifies it “definitively” as a suspect in vaping sickness. This totally new and devastating lung disease has come out of left field in recent months. So far, it has claimed the lives of 39 people …
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  • D.U.

    David Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. I am a busy mom of 2, 40 years old, and own my own business. I enjoy lifting weights and doing cardio several days a week. I eat healthy, read labels etc. What I’m trying to say is that I’m very health conscious. However, for the past few years my energy levels, brain fog and binge eating have been increasingly worse. I have tweaked my diet (serval times), seen a naturopath, changed my workout routine and increased and improved my sleep. Nothing worked. I would forget everything. I cant remember a conversation I just had. I set alarms everyday to pick up my son from school so I don’t forget him.  I would want to fall asleep at 6pm at night because I am so physically and mentally drained. I have anxiety at Read More

  • Store Croutons are Gross! Top Salads with These Instead

    Commercial crouton brands are loaded with questionable ingredients. Try these convenient and healthy substitutes for a satisfying crunch on salads or in soups that you can feel good about eating. Most people enjoy the crunch and texture variety that croutons add to salads. However, barring making your own, commercial varieties are without exception out of …
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  • 11 Healthy Holiday Dessert Ideas

    One of the challenges of navigating Holiday fare is wisely choosing which sweets you are going to enjoy…and those that you will definitely avoid! Whether you are hosting the celebrations this year or taking a dish or two to share, I hope some of these healthy dessert ideas can help! I’ve made all of these …
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  • Olio Nuovo Olive Oil. What it is and Why to Try

    The release of Olio Nuovo is a highly anticipated event each year in Italy. This special “new” olive oil is prized for its intensely robust flavor with the perfect balance of fruitiness. Tips on how to source authentically and sustainably to avoid less beneficial EVOO blends. If you love extra virgin olive oil, I highly …
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  • Doug H.

    David Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. At 57 years-old and 460lbs, my father passed away. Watching this happen at 40, I knew I needed to turn my life around. Grain Brain, and a ketogenic lifestyle, did that for me. I went from 360 lbs. to ~250 lbs. in a couple years. I started with a modified keto diet, but as I saw results I continued to improve over a 3-year period to reach the optimal keto diet I am currently on, which is low-fat, high-protein, and extremely low-carb diet. As a lifestyle change, I have combined this with intense strength training. I feel 18 again, and can keep up with anyone else in the gym without needing carbs. I recover exceptionally well and my joints feel great. Best of all, my body is dropping fat fast. I’m almost in a Read More

  • Keto Bagel Recipe (you have to try this!)

    Who doesn’t love bagels? While I enjoy warm sourdough bagels topped with grass-fed butter a few times a week, I often opt for a homemade keto bagel on exercise days. They make a fantastic post-workout snack or afternoon pick-me-up. I got the idea for low carb bagels from our locally owned cafe, which sells them …
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  • Your Alzheimer’s Prevention Program – Start Today!

    David Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. It’s relatively straightforward – the best time to do something about fending off Alzheimer’s disease and dementia is well before you start to experience warning signs of cognitive decline. As has been well-documented on this blog before, inflammation in your 20s, 30s, 40s…really, at any stage in life, has been associated with increasing your risk for Alzheimer’s disease, a disease for which there is no cure. As we’ve been preparing and launching our docuseries on Alzheimer’s, Alzheimer’s: The Science of Prevention, I’ve been reminded of the importance of this, and the relationship between Alzheimer’s and inflammation, thanks to the information shared by the experts taking part in this series. So today I want to review some recent science that shows just how powerful that relationship has been revealed to be. The post Your Read More

  • Collagen and Glyphosate. What You Need to Know

    One big reason to avoid conventional processed foods goes far beyond the fact that they are empty calories loaded with free radicals from rancid, usually GMO oils like canola. Testing by independent bodies such as the Environmental Working Group (EWG) has uncovered shockingly high levels of glyphosate contamination in these foods as well. (1) Concerned …
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