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Special guest William J. Walsh, PhD shares how to keep your brain healthy year after year.
We have the power to prevent diabetes and to control the associated health complications.
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Dr. Lewis shares how to restore health to injured brains.
Learn different nutrition strategies to help reduce your joint inflammation and pain.
Listen in to learn what foods help and what foods hurt your mood.
Is your gut health sabotaging your weight loss? Listen in.
Nutritionists answer questions on cravings, magnesium, olive oil, breast milk and much more.
How to cut out the sweets and reap the numerous benefits.
What works to normalize cholesterol, support your joints, speed up healing and more.
Solutions to avoid getting heartburn not only for the holiday season but for all year long.
Clarify these terms and give you the confidence to choose as you shop.
We have six tips to share for eating healthy during the holidays.
Guest Laurel Riedel, RN, Midwife discusses nutrition for all stages of pregnancy.
Learn common deficiency signs and how vitamin D could arm you against disease.
Lost urine control? Learn what food and drinks are bladder irritants.
Changing nutrition can put Crohn's and Colitis symptoms into remission.
Learn what happens when your liver is clogged and how you can reverse that damage.
Here's what foods to avoid and what foods to add into a diet for a healthy, happy kiddo.
Craving certain foods may not be a lack of will power, it could be a mineral deficiency.
Take these nutritional steps to help you and your family prevent the loss of brain cells.
Two nutritionists answer questions from listeners and Facebook followers.
Jennifer Schmid shares her powerful story about the intestinal connection to her eating disorder.
Ann Louise Gittleman talks about the causes of menopause symptoms.
These strategies can help to direct small changes into larger goals with nutrition.
Discover how real food and key supplements can help you balance your biochemistry.
The thyroid-gluten connection can be used to naturally get your symptoms under control.