Is Tobacco the new Cancer Cure?
Years ago, Alanis Morissette caught some flack for not understanding irony. If you need refreshing, her song Ironic was filled with lines that were put forth as irony, but were really just some bad luck. It’s like rain on your … Continue reading
Outdoor Fitness Games For That Family Get Together
Family outings and reunions are very popular this time of year and sometimes can be rather boring if you’re not at the lake or other hot spot. I love being outdoors and playing games with the family to waste away a nice … Continue reading
The Magic Nutrient That Banishes Bloat
I love summer, but one of the things about this sweltering time of year that I really have a hard time with is feeling bloated and heavier when the humidity starts to peak around 80% and upward. My rings don’t … Continue reading
Los Angeles to Ban New Fast Food Restaurants
Last spring I did a piece on the efforts by New York City officials to make restaurant nutrition information more transparent. More specifically, they wanted all nutritional information printed for consumers to see and evaluate their choices. There are many … Continue reading
Review: Healthy Chef Creations
You’re finally in that nutrition state-of-mind. You’ve decided you want to eat organic food. You’ve made the decision to eat only organic or free range meat, or wild-caught fish. You’re also tired of feeling like your at-home menu is in … Continue reading
Guest Blog: Using an Eating Journal
Today is our final guest post with Dr. Wayne Andersen, author of the soon-to-release Habits of Health and medical director for Medifast. He continues to write about obtaining optimal health at his blog. Look for the DietsInReview.com interview with Dr. … Continue reading
Thirsty? Why Water is so Important to Stay Hydrated
Staying hydrated is so important, especially during the summer. The best way to stay hydrated is to drink before you’re thirsty; if you’re thirsty, you’re already dehydrated. Water is the best source and hopefully should be your primary source to … Continue reading
Who’s More Physically Fit To Be President?
Is Obama pandering to the fitness vote? Is there even a fitness lobby to pander to? All kidding aside, Presidential health is one of the underdog issues in the campaign. A few days ago The New York Times did a … Continue reading
Fat, Carbs, or Total Calories: What’s the Key to Losing Weight?
Much research has been conducted to look at the type of diet an individual follows and their associated weight loss. Many people declare that following a low-carb Atkins type diet is the way to lose weight, while others swear it’s … Continue reading
Top 10 Benefits of Yoga
Yoga is a science that has been practiced for thousands of years. It is consists of ancient theories and techniques, observations, and principles about the connection between the mind and body. Yoga consists of controlled breathing and prolonged holding of body positioning. It focuses … Continue reading