Archive | February, 2013

Eat Dinner Early

According to new research published in the journal Cell Metabolism, mice that eat dinner early then fast for 16 hours are slimmer than those who ate the same amount of calories but also kept eating later. The same principle may also apply to humans. What’s for dinner? Check out the 10-minute recipes in my new […]

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Take Five—a simple weight loss strategy

So, how are those fitness and nutrition goals coming along so far this year? You remember the ones you set at the beginning of the year, don’t you? Yes, I know, life gets in the way. Remember, if you were to change just one habit each week, you will definitely transform your body and your […]

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Your Brain on Meditation

How you use the body affects its health and function. This is also true for the brain. Research has shown that meditation can create structural changes in the brain that lead to enhanced concentration, memory, increased ability to tolerate pain and less emotional reactivity to outside stimuli. Can’t sit still long enough to meditate? Try […]

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Vegetables From the Sea

There are various types of seaweeds that are very rich in iron and vitamin C. This is important for those suffering from anemia because vitamin C is necessary for the absorption of plant-based iron. Try some dulse or wakame leaves in your soups or salads. You can still get a FREE copy of my new […]

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Eat more top of the plant dark green leafy vegetables

Kale, turnip greens, beet greens and other cruciferous vegetables are rich in carotenoids that may reduce your risk of prostate and lung cancers. These and other vegetables from the cabbage family also contain substances called glucosinolates, which have anti-cancer properties. Enjoy. You can still get a FREE copy of my new book, Dr. Del’s Rapid […]

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