Archives: ” healthy eating

Food for Thought: How to Fuel a Healthy Brain continued

If your mind is feeling mushy, your breakfast may be to blame. Author and health advocate Dr. Neal Barnard has spent the last three decades researching what to eat for a healthy mind and body, and on this hour of All Sides, we’ll talk with him about the connection between the foods we eat and our mental acuity.

Food for Thought: How to Fuel a Healthy Brain

If your mind is feeling mushy, your breakfast may be to blame. Author and health advocate Dr. Neal Barnard has spent the last three decades researching what to eat for a healthy mind and body, and on this hour of All Sides, we’ll talk with him about the connection between the foods we eat and our mental acuity.

Food for Thought: How to Fuel a Healthy Brain

If your mind is feeling mushy, your breakfast may be to blame. Author and health advocate Dr. Neal Barnard has spent the last three decades researching what to eat for a healthy mind and body, and on this hour of All Sides, we’ll talk with him about the connection between the foods we eat and our mental acuity.

Food for Thought: How to Fuel a Healthy Brain

If your mind is feeling mushy, your breakfast may be to blame. Author and health advocate Dr. Neal Barnard has spent the last three decades researching what to eat for a healthy mind and body, and on this hour of All Sides, we’ll talk with him about the connection between the foods we eat and our mental acuity.

The Late Summer Harvest

Late summer is an especially delicious time of year when all our hard work in the garden pays off and we can gorge ourselves on tomatoes and peaches. But don’t despair if you dawdled– there’s still time to sow some crops for Fall. This hour we’ll talk about what to eat these days, if anyone is sick of corn, and how to spice up your garden.

The Alzheimer’s Prevention Cookbook

Can’t find your keys? A peach and flaxseed smoothie might be just the thing to keep your arteries clear and blood flowing to your brain’s memory center. This hour, we’ll look at foods that prevent Alzheimer’s disease, and learn some tasty ways of cooking them up. Dr. Marwan Sabbagh’s got a hundred recipes for your noodle.

Recipes for a Long and Healthy Life

We all know overindulgence can lead us straight to obesity, but Rebecca Katz says her “Insanely Good Chocolate Brownies” actually help us stay slim and live longer. On this hour of All Sides, we’ll learn delicious recipes featuring super foods that fight disease, increase memory, and keep us full.

Wellness Wednesday: Sugar Detox, Overdose News, Digital Proxy

Sugar is sweet…until it makes you fat and ruins your complexion. This hour we’ll learn about a program to help detoxify the body and curb cravings. Then we’ll look at why prescription drug overdoses have skyrocketed in the last 10 years–especially among women. And we’ll discuss an online healthcare proxy platform helping with end-of-life plans.

Food for Thought: How to Fuel a Healthy Brain

Dr. Neal Barnard has spent the last three decades researching what to eat for a healthy mind and body, and on this hour of All Sides, we’ll talk with him about the connection between the foods we eat and our mental acuity. He’ll share the link between alcohol and Alzheimer’s, the latest findings on toxic metals, and more.

Food for Thought: How to Fuel a Healthy Brain

Dr. Neal Barnard has spent the last three decades researching what to eat for a healthy mind and body, and on this hour of All Sides, we’ll talk with him about the connection between the foods we eat and our mental acuity. He’ll share the link between alcohol and Alzheimer’s, the latest findings on toxic metals, and more.