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As a child in Southeast Asia, Grace O learned culinary arts by her mother's side in her family's cooking school Read More...
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Hemp products abound on the market right now. This trendy plant product can be found in many forms: oil, seeds, granola and cereal, non-dairy milk, in makeup and hair products, ground into a powder or flour, and as a clothing … Continue reading
Specialized eating plans are no longer that “special.” In a recent Nielsen survey, 31 percent
Getting proper nutrition can be difficult as a person ages, but losing some nutrients could have lasting effects. Anemia is a common condition among older adults, but it is also frequently overlooked. About one in five adults over the age … Continue reading
One of the biggest fears my patients have about getting older is losing their mental sharpness. But, the truth is, mental decline is not a “given” of getting older. Rather, it’s a consequence, or the end result, of not safeguarding … Continue reading
On November 2, Author Grace O was the featured speaker at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of the USC Keck Medicine complex. She was invited there to speak about her cookbooks and her FoodTrients website to Keck physicians … Continue reading
Today, consumer, health, and food safety groups challenged a Food and Drug Administration rule that undermines the integrity of our food safety system. Chemical and food manufacturers often seek to add chemicals to processed food, typically to enhance flavor, add … Continue reading
Many of the most widely used treatment interventions for addiction engage with the psychological, social, and spiritual dimensions of the problem. It is absolutely important to address all of the aspects that contribute to health, and when it comes to … Continue reading
When it comes to Radical Beauty, the latest book from Deepak Chopra, M.D. and Kimberly Snyder, C.N.,
Every day, all of us make choices about how to satisfy our need for food. Unfortunately for many of us, vending machines are often our only sources of meals during long shifts. The good news is that all vending machine … Continue reading
For decades, the medical profession has taken a “one size fits all” approach to nutrition. Doctors and nutritionists often tell their patients to eat less fat and more vegetables, and supplement daily with vitamins and antioxidants.