We’d all like to avoid bad chemicals in our foods, right? Things like glyphosate (the main ingredient in weed killer, which ends up on many food crops) or other pesticides and herbicides are not something we want to serve up for dinner. Although it’s not easy to
Food editor Beth Hillson grapples with that (hopefully seldom) reality of gluten contamination. “Oops, I ate a wheat cracker,” Andrew wrote to us in a recent e-mail. I sensed the urgency in his tone
It probably comes as no surprise that Americans eat an unhealthy diet. If you’re reading this magazine, you represent a facet of the population that takes health more seriously. Keep up the
February is the perfect time to talk about the heart. Not the heart in the sense of love and relationships, but in the literal sense. It’s American Heart Month, the goal of which is to get people to think more about their own heart and
Join me and Dr. Elson Haas in Costa Rica in 2019 to learn about Healing from the Inside Out! I’m excited to announce that I, along with Dr. Elson Haas, doctor of Integrative Medicine, Family Physician & Author, will be hosting a special retreat in Costa Rica from February 7th through the 11th at
Wine and beer allergies are relatively common. Allergens like sulfites, histamine, pesticides, and fining agents could be hiding in your favorite drink.