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iHeartRadio Talk: Quality Counts

Find out why diet quality is so critical and how you can become a Qualitarian on this episode of Five to Thrive Live! ... Read more

Gazpacho with chickpea flatbreads

Gazpacho isn’t only delicious — it’s also been shown to boost vitamin-C levels and lower oxidative stress and inflammation, all of which are associated with a lower risk of cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.... Read more

The Mediterranean Whole Foods Diet

At a time when meat is sold as unrecognizable cuts swathed in plastic wrap and polystyrene, and when the cashier at the supermarket holds up a leek and asks: “What is this?” it’s worth reminding ourselves what “whole foods” are.... Read more

iHeartRadio Talk: Understanding Autoimmunity

We can change the way the immune system functions even if we have an autoimmune conditions.... Read more

Are you surviving or thriving in today’s toxic world?

Environmental toxins can be found in what you eat, drink, breathe, feel and think. You may not be aware of toxins, but if you want to be healthy, being educated on the latest in toxins is a must!... Read more

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8 Facts About Dietary Supplements to Help Clear Up Confusion

Ever since Dr. Paul Offit’s book, “Do you Believe in Magic: The Sense and Nonsense of Alternative Medicine” was released last summer, there’s been a burst of new negative dietary supplement study results and position papers. Editorials, featuring provocative headlines such as: Enough is Enough: Stop Wasting Money on Vitamin and Mineral Supplements and Don’t Take Your Vitamins, have been published in prominent medical journals and major media outlets.

Dr. Lise has contributed to following article that helps clears up the misconceptions: Dietary Supplements: Harmful or Essential? Cutting Through the Unrelenting Rhetoric.

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