Recently I happened to watch a documentary called “League Of Denial” on KCTS. Essentially it was about the brain injuries incurred by football players.
The bane of motherhood since motherhood began, especially for new mothers, has been the inconsolable crying baby.
I like chocolate! Who doesn’t? It’s the “food of the gods,” after all.
In past columns we have discussed low blood sugar — hypoglycemia — and how it affects us. Let’s continue that discussion.
For the past year this column has spent most of its focus on health related to nutrition. Today, however let’s discuss another pressing problem — the subject of formaldehyde in our environment.
Probiotics are microorganisms intentionally introduced into the body for their beneficial qualities.
The new nutritional recommendation these days is to “eat rainbow.”
In our last column we discussed the many health benefits of vegetable sprouts. Today let’s learn how simple it is to make them in your kitchen during any season of the year.
The cruciferous vegetables — broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, kale — are known to contain some very potent anti-cancer factors called glucosinolates, sulforophane and glucoraphanin, as well as having many nutritional enzymes.
Mad cow. No, it’s not a reference to an angry or psychotic bovine.