Tag Archives: food
Last week, we introduced you to the ideas of an MD (now retired) who pushed the medical envelope for four decades to treat cancer patients. Long before there were clinics specializing in an integrative approach, he was including targeted nutrition (among other things) as part of his cancer treatment. In … Continue reading
[Gloria and Jerre are happy to introduce Dr. Frank Springob, a natural health advocate and provider, as guest to our blog site. We encourage you to check out his book and his interesting energy work at http://www.bugsinmybrain.com. We will be “sharing” blogs with Frank from time to time in the spirit … Continue reading
What do the following foods have in common?: Olive oil Lemon juice Pomegranate juice Tea Spices Milk Honey Coffee Syrup Seafood You might say, with the possible exception of syrup, that they’re all nutritionally good for you, yes? But food fraud scientists from the non-profit U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) discovered … Continue reading
Last week, someone who’s in the middle of reading our book Eat to Save Your Life remarked that he thought his family eats pretty well, but the book has revealed they’ve been buying things that everyone thought were nutritious, but weren’t. As he reads our book, his family is making … Continue reading
Jerre’s teenage grandchildren visited him this week. Last summer, Jerre’s grandson copy-edited our book Eat to Save Your Life with skill and efficiency. He and his sister know a great deal about nutrition, and even chided Grandpa last week for having a bag of potato chips in the cupboard. That … Continue reading
Eat to Save Your Life answers the hard nutrition questions.
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