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The Empty Medicine Cabinet Shows a Medication-Free Path to Healing

Janice Stanger, PhD | September 20, 14 at 06:58 PM | Health

Read More: chronic illness, Dustin Rudolph, The Empty Medicine Cabinet

Dustin Rudolph Teaches You the Basic Principles of Lifelong Health Dustin Rudolph is a pharmacist who wants to see his patients regain their health and become free of medications. He wrote The Empty Medicine Cabinet: The Pharmacist's Guide to the...

The Whole Truth Is the First Step

Janice Stanger, PhD | September 13, 14 at 04:40 PM | Lifestyle

Read More: Howard Jacobson, Whole

Howard Jacobson Shares What It's Like to Work With Dr. Campbell and What the Next Step Might Be Whole, Dr. T Colin Campbell's ground breaking book, tells why we need to totally rethink the science of what we eat. This...

How Important Is It to Eat Breakfast?

Janice Stanger, PhD | September 1, 14 at 06:16 PM | Health

Read More: breakfast, cereal, flaxseeds

Healthy Breakfast Ideas for Busy People Skipping breakfast is tempting for time management, especially if you're still sleepy, worried about arriving at a meeting on time, or getting children dressed and out the door with homework in tow. Yet years...

What Dr. Milton Mills Knows Can Save Your Life

Janice Stanger, PhD | August 14, 14 at 10:12 PM | Health

Read More: carnivore, Dr. Milton Mills, herbivore, omnivore

He'll Even Give You $10,000 To Prove He's Wrong The astonishing information never stopped as I watched Dr. Milton Mills give three talks on whether humans were made to eat meat. Here's a handful of examples. Only herbivores - animals...

The Wildlife Massacre That Ranchers Want to Hide

Janice Stanger, PhD | August 4, 14 at 10:50 PM | Green

Read More: Center for Biological Diversity, diet and extinction, take extinction off your plate

The Center of Biological Diversity Shows the Best Way to Save Wildlife Is a Change in Diet The Center for Biological Diversity, a nonprofit that has protected more than 500 endangered species and 220 million acres of their habitat, is...

Carnivorous Plants Can Tell You What to Eat

Janice Stanger, PhD | July 19, 14 at 11:53 PM | Health

Read More: carnivorous plants, protein

Why Do Some Plants Consume Insects? Here's a situation I've run into many times. Me giving a presentation: "Plants are the base of the food chain on planet earth. Do plants eat animals, or do animals eat plants?" Someone in...

Will Fruit Make You Fat?

Janice Stanger, PhD | June 13, 14 at 10:45 PM | Food

Read More: fruit, weight loss, whole foods plant based diet

Fears of Fruit Flood Ill-Informed Diets Controversy swirls around the question of whether people who are overweight should eat fruit. On the one hand, this food is regarded as the embodiment of health, unprocessed and rich in vitamins, antioxidants, fiber,...

Are Veggie Meats Healthy?

Janice Stanger, PhD | February 15, 14 at 08:54 PM | Health

Read More: sodium, veggie meats, whole foods plant-based diets

Three Simple Tips to Find the Best Ones Veggies "meats" are plant-based versions of chicken, fish, burgers, and other animal foods. These foods are soaring in popularity, as more and more people are cutting way back on how much...

Cold-Fighting Soup Helps Keep Winter Illness Away

Janice Stanger, PhD | January 12, 14 at 02:34 PM | Food

Read More: colds, soup, whole foods plant-based recipes

This Soup Recipe Is Thick With Lightly Cooked Vegetables In winter you may find yourself near people who are coughing and sniffling. You don't want to be next. Or maybe you're already fighting a nasty cold yourself or, even worse,...

The Surest Way To Transform Your Eating Choices

Janice Stanger, PhD | December 29, 13 at 08:14 PM | Health

Read More: stages of change, whole foods plant-based diet

How To Keep Going Until You Reach Your Goals You likely already know a whole foods, plant-based diet is the healthiest and most compassionate way to eat, but perhaps you haven't managed to make the transition despite good intentions....

Irresistible Cooking Made Easy

Janice Stanger, PhD | December 6, 13 at 11:59 PM | Food

Read More: Better Than Vegan, Chef Del, Forks Over Knives, whole foods plant-based recipes

Chef Del Sroufe Leads the Way to Health, One Recipe At a Time Better Than Vegan, Chef Del Sroufe's second cookbook, is a treasure trove of recipes, a philosophy of eating, and a compelling life story wrapped in with...

Think Good Thoughts: Read The Pillars of Health

Janice Stanger, PhD | November 16, 13 at 10:06 PM | Health

Read More: compassion, John Pierre, The Pillars of Health, whole foods plant based diet

Do Good Deeds When You Are Done John Pierre, the nutrition and fitness consultant who works with celebrities, the military, corporations, seniors, and children, challenges one-dimensional views of health in his book The Pillars of Health. He describes four...

Running With Dr. Ruth Heidrich

Janice Stanger, PhD | October 13, 13 at 12:18 AM | Health

Read More: Dr. Ruth Heidrich, Forks Over Knives, whole foods plant based diet

Lifelong Running, Dr. Dr. Ruth's Latest Book, Will Get You Moving In Lifelong Running, Dr. Ruth Heidrich observes that children begin to run as soon as they learn to walk, and "stop running" is a frequent refrain parents and teachers...

Taxpayers Are Showering Money On Meat and Dairy Businesses

Janice Stanger, PhD | September 22, 13 at 06:41 PM | Health

Read More: Dave Simon, Meatonomics, whole foods plant based diet

Dave Simon's Meatonomics Shows Compelling Economic Reasons to Go Plant-Based You may be familiar with three major motives to ditch animal foods: your own health, the health of the planet, and animal suffering. To these, Dave Simon - author, lawyer,...

Five Reasons to Make Black Pepper a Favorite Spice

Janice Stanger, PhD | August 18, 13 at 10:35 PM | Health

Read More: antioxidants, black pepper, cancer, piperine, spice, whole foods plant-based diet

Black Pepper Sprinkles Unexpected Health Benefits and Pungent Taste Sometimes you seek health by expensive, exotic means; you may fail to see the benefits right in front of you in everyday, low cost foods that you take for granted....

Animal Advocacy Museum Is a Step Forward Inspiring Change

Janice Stanger, PhD | June 29, 13 at 05:04 PM | Animals

Read More: Animal Advocacy Museum, Patty Shenker, Sue Coe

When Patty Shenker learned there is a SPAM Museum, she decided that animals deserve a museum too. She teamed with friend and fellow activist Prabhat Gautam to find a spot to turn their vision for the Animal Advocacy Museum...

Three Reasons To Read Whole Now

Janice Stanger, PhD | May 21, 13 at 11:59 PM | Health

Read More: reductionism, T Colin Campbell, Whole

Why Whole Is the Must-Read Nutrition Book of Our Century If you read only one book for the entire rest of your life, Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition, should be it. T Colin Campbell, PhD, the book's pioneering...

Cancer Is a Whole Body Disease

Janice Stanger, PhD | May 4, 13 at 11:09 PM | Health

Read More: integrative oncology, The China Study, UCSD, whole foods plant based diet

The UCSD Center for Integrative Medicine Treats and Prevents Cancer By Helping Your Body to Heal Itself You may think of cancer as a discrete mass of cells with a life of its own. Every kind of cancer is labeled...

Which Air Pollutants Are Worst For Your Health?

Janice Stanger, PhD | March 17, 13 at 09:42 PM | Health

Read More: air pollution, barbecue, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

Give a Wide Berth to These Four Enemies of Air Quality Your lungs are an entryway to your body, a site where you literally take in your environment. Millions of tiny air sacs in your lungs have walls only...

Seven Dangers of Eating Eggs

Janice Stanger, PhD | February 3, 13 at 10:43 PM | Health

Read More: cholesterol, eggs, salmonella, whole foods plant-based diet

It's Not Just the Cholesterol That Scrambles Your Health One of my most stomach-churning childhood experiences was cracking an egg for cooking and finding a partially formed chick fetus inside. I screamed in horror and threw it in the trash....