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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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Dietary Rx: Pay attention to inflammatory foods

These days more and more people are susceptible to inflammatory foods such as gluten, wheat, soy derivatives, lactose, sugar and alcohol. Notice I said soy derivatives and not soy. While the soybean is one of the most perfect plant foods, genetically modified soy derivatives found in practically all processed foods in one form or the […]

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Four Amazing Foods to Eat this Holiday Season

Well, the holiday season is upon us and since I showed you in my last post and free ebook how to Eat Whatever You Want Over the Holidays and Not Gain a Pound, I figure it’s the responsible thing to also share with you my top picks for the four amazing food groups that will […]

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Gluten Free and Loving It?

Gluten intolerance has become so common that it is not uncommon to hear people at the gym talking about their gluten-free diets. Unfortunately, if you are one of the many people who do have a mild or severe sensitivity to gluten, it is almost impossible to avoid it if you’re eating a lot of processed […]

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The Best You’ve Ever Been

Welcome to 2012.  Who would have thought that we would have been here so soon.  This year, in addition to building your leanest body ever, I am also going to challenge you to take whatever it is that you’re doing to the next level.  Let’s not leave “good enough” alone, let’s make it better.  I […]

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Win An IPAD2—Dr. Del’s Fitness Challenge

So, we are now in February, yes, 2012. And how are those fitness goals coming along? By now, you should be seeing the results of your hard work. If you’re not, then something is not working. Either you’ve got the wrong program or you’re just not following one. My challenge to you is to build […]

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Are You At Risk For Vitamin D Deficiency?

So here we go again. I’ve always said that people would actually live a happier, healthier life if they didn’t listen to scientists. Don’t get me wrong; I am a scientist. However, the problem with science is that a little information can be a dangerous thing. For this reason, I’ve always counseled by clients to […]

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Make This The Year You LOOK GOOD NAKED!

It’s January, again! And for most of us it’s hard not to get the resolution urge around this time of the year. There’s that sense of renewal, rebirth, and the guilty awareness that you ate your own weight in guilty pleasures during the holidays. Sure, last year’s resolutions didn’t make it past the end of […]

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The Problem with New Year’s Resolutions

Most of us are usually very excited about the start of the New Year and rightfully so. With a new year come all kinds of new possibilities. You get to erase all the challenges and failures of the past year and start fresh with a new attitude and new perspectives. That’s a very good thing. […]

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