As a cardiologist and anti-aging physician who’s spent a career connecting the dots between physical, metabolic, emotional, mental, and even spiritual aspects of health, I’ve realized leading a healthy life is simple: It’s all about maximizing our own energy and being in harmony with the natural energies around us. That’s right, we all have the innate potential for vitality because we are all energetic beings in a vibrational world.
Never underestimate the power of a healthy chili recipe to nourish and satisfy your hungriest fans… Although my favorite time to make chili is when I have friends and family over to watch football, I love to make chili year-round. It’s full of the protein I crave, and is also balanced with lots of nutrient-and fiber-rich veggies.
In my four-plus decades of practicing medicine, I’ve learned that the things you do every day all eventually add up, and can “make or break” your health. Here are seven steps you can take each day to get healthy and stay healthy.
Between its rich monounsaturated fatty acid content and its vitamin, antioxidant and polyphenol potential, olive oil offers premium quality nutrition for your body and heart. Some olive oils, however, are simply better than others. By following these 5 guidelines, you can make sure your olive oil is of the best quality and the healthiest it can be:
When building a great salad, let color lead the way! A salad can be one of the healthiest dishes in your diet – or it can be a diet nightmare! Whether it’s a hit or a miss depends largely on what toppings and dressings you pick. Here is a guide to making your salad choices the best that they can be!