It’s that time of year again, when young and old alike search for wisdom as they crack open those books and buckle down.... Read more
We love anything that encourages gratitude! We also propose that we can make gratitude a way of life—a part of each and every day. And one way to do that is to combine two of our favorite activities—practicing gratitude and creating movement.... Read more
The core to good health begins on the cellular level. In this episode of Five to Thrive Live, you'll learn how the mighty mitochondria can help you stay healthy and prevent serious illnesses like cancer.... Read more
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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.