Familiar with this image? Most of us have seen some version of this nutritional tool developed by the USDA that offers nutritional recommendations to help us choose the right foods and the right amounts of those foods. The Food Guide has changed a lot over time, with the most current being called MyPlate. Although there has been improvement in the development over the years to healthier recommendations, there is still a long way to go.
Dr Mark Hyman is asking for everyone’s help to change the dietary guidelines so that they promote optimal health and wellness, as well as make sure the new guidelines represent current nutritional science – not just benefit to corporate interests. The USDA is asking for your input on the new Dietary Guidelines process by March 30, 2018. Continue reading “Help Change the Dietary Guidelines”
In his latest book, Eat Fat, Get Thin, nine-time New York Times best-selling author Dr. Mark Hyman talks about a shocking new medical discovery that turns our understanding of why we get fat and sick completely upside-down. So what is this discovery?
Well, consider this. We’ve been told by most health and nutrition professionals, leading medical associations, and our government to eat less fat – and countless Americans have followed this advice over the last 50 years. Yet we are sicker and fatter than ever. So clearly, something isn’t adding up.
As it turns out, Dr. Hyman tells us now that eating MORE fat is the single best thing we can do to lose weight, feel good, live longer, and even prevent conditions ranging from heart disease and cancer to diabetes and dementia.
For many of us, this raises a number of questions, and to answer these – plus celebrate the launch of Eat Fat, Get Thin – Dr. Hyman has created an excellent Q&A video that he is giving to folks for free. Continue reading “Dr. Hyman’s New Book: “Eat Fat, Get Thin””
This recipe comes from Dr. Mark Hyman’s new book, The Blood Sugar Solution Cookbook. He has graciously shared three of the recipes with us. Here is the first!
Who doesn’t love a good cookout during the warm summer months? Elevate your burger by using grass-fed beef instead of hormone and antibiotic-traced meat. Not only will you be supporting the humane treatment of happy, healthy cows, but those omega-3 fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acids might just help keep your summer skin glowing a little longer! Continue reading “Dinner Tonight: Blue Cheese Cowboy Burger”