The week’s best links, including a holiday survival guide, the best recipes of 2015, how to embrace a sustainable diet, the top new food words of the year, matcha vs. green tea, and…errrr…why body weight matters for dads-to-be.
Happy Monday! If you didn’t yet have a chance to read my Seattle Times article, “Oregon researchers: A food revolution to end chronic disease,” please peruse it. The overarching topic, epigenetics, is an important one, because it explains how the genes we inherit from our parents intersect with our environmental influences from the moment of our conception until the day we die.
Happy Friday! The leaves are falling and the weather is turning here in Seattle…next week the highs will only be in the mid-50s! Time to cook up a batch of soup and finish transitioning my clothes closet from summer to fall. I’m ready to pull out the turtlenecks! I found some pretty interesting nutrition-related links […]
I was very happy to have the opportunity to write an article for The Seattle Times on polycystic ovary disease, or PCOS. I can’t think of a more appropriate topic for the “Get Healthy: A guide to women’s health” special section than “Polycystic ovary disease: the hidden threat to women’s health.” PCOS is something I […]
OK, I’m laying it out for you here…this post will be a little long (I’ve named it The Beast). But I had to share the great information I got when I spoke to Dr. Jorge Chavarro, MD, for Sunday’s On Nutrition column. I could only fit a fraction of what he told me into the […]
In Sunday’s column on the Food For Fertility program, the focus was primarily on women who need to improve their nutrition and lower their weight in order to be eligible for assisted reproductive technology, or to reduce the chronic inflammation that can interfere with ovulation and conception. However, women in this demographic are not the […]