Almost daily researchers are discovering that many supposedly healthy habits may actually lead to subsequent health problems.
What I’m about to show you has a pretty cool backstory. As you know, fruits are generally considered to be some of the best foods at helping improve health.
Have you ever noticed that bodybuilders, the big, ripped “freaks of nature”, you see on TV and the covers of magazines carry very little fat on their bodies?
Whenever I’m meeting with a patient who has weight loss as a listed goal, I often hear them complain that while they know how to lose weight…
I’ll be the first to admit when I got into medicine I never once thought I’d spend so much time talking about weight loss.
Look, just because you’re eating more fat than you’re used to that doesn’t mean you’re in ketosis.
Keto, short for ketogenic, is the newest diet craze to sweep the nation. If you’ve been in my office or read my emails lately you know I’m all aboard the keto train.
Believe it or not, I promote cannibalism. In fact, I engage in cannibalism 2-3 times a week.
One of the things I’m seen for frequently is weight loss. As many of you know, I’m not a weight loss expert. I’m not a fitness coach or a dietitian either.
Hard to believe summer is just around the corner and bathing suits and shorts are back out of the closet. Diet ads are popping up everywhere and everyone starts thinking about slimming down. But did you know that dieting may make you fatter?