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Cutting edge research about prostate problems.
Signs that you may be deficient in important minerals.
Teen years and acne don't have to go together. Here's how.
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October 26: Is Weight the Cause of Type 2 Diabetes?
November 2: Perimenopause: Night Sweats, Mood Swings & Weight Gain
November 9: Foods for Pregnancy
November 16: The Food Connection to Headaches & Migraines
Learn about the connection between what you eat and your anxiety level.
Gums need certain nutrients from food in order to stay healthy.
Nutritional solutions to reduce symptoms such as hot flashes, depression & more.
Why you may experience muscle pain and what to do about it.
Hair care starts in the kitchen! Listen in.
We'll help you understand how your thyroid works.
The popular podcast is back!
It's possible to overcome the complex health condition of PCOS.
Gary Taubes shares findings from his latest book, "The Case Against Sugar."
Ann Louise Gittleman shares 10 surprising weight loss factors.
Discover 3 foods that could be causing your achy knees.
The right kind of fats are healing for the body.
Explore the many causes and solutions for compulsive eating.
Five science based self-care tips to keep you healthy and thriving.
What parents can do to establish normal bowel function for children.
Confused about what to eat and what’s off limits? Listen in!
Many don't realize that compulsive eating is a biochemical problem, not emotional.
Coronary heart disease is the #1 cause of deaths the U.S. yet most people are confused about what causes it.
A more natural, and permanent, care for your achy body.
Anxiety and stress often make hard years harder. Real food can help.
We’re back in the New Year with a question to ask yourself ...
Don't let the holidays derail your healthy eating habits with these tips.
"Your personal pursuit of happiness is at the end of your fork”
Two women recovered from eating disorders are sharing their stories.