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The Light, Love and Soul Journey of Joseph Dispenza (1942-2015) Jul 18, 2015

My mentor and friend Joseph Dispenza died last Monday, at the age of 72. He was a Renaissance man, former monk, inspiring writer, gifted teacher and life-long learner whose greatest legacy will most likely be the founding of the film program and creation of the Greer Garson Communications Center...

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Is Soy Causing Moobs? Apr 02, 2015

In the vernacular, they are known as “moobs”, “moobies”,”breasticles” or “bitch tits.”   The medical term is “gynecomastia.”   Whatever, they’re called, so many of our boys and young men are growing breasts that surgeons...

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Allergic to Peanuts? Beware of Soy. Mar 06, 2015

Severe reactions to soy were once rare. Today they are increasingly common, and pose especially high risks to children already afflicted with peanut allergies.

In 1999, the journal Allergy reported that four children in Sweden died after eating a minuscule amount of soy...

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Giving the Nod to Sleep Mar 01, 2015

In his new book Effortless Healing, Dr. Joseph Mercola spotlights nine simple ways to sidestep illness, shed excess weight and help your body fix itself.    My favorite is Healing Principle #7 where he underscores the vital link between sleep and health.

Here’s just a...

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Soy in Okinawa: Separating Myth from Fact Jan 07, 2015

How much soy do Okinawans really eat?

The “average” consumption of soy foods in Asia is not as high as many people think so soy proponents have been trying their best to turn our attention instead to soy consumption in Okinawa, an island with some of the healthiest seniors and most...

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The Tofurky Dialogues Nov 20, 2014

What’s Tofurky?

It’s a vegan “roast” made primarily from tofu and wheat gluten.  It smells strange, is oblong shaped, and said to taste like turkey, at least by vegans who’ve either never eaten real turkey or have very distant and feeble memories of having...

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Your Breasts Don’t Lie: Using Thermography to Monitor Estrogenic Foods and Products Oct 29, 2014

Tired of the pinkwashing yet? Breast Cancer Awareness Month is winding down, and it’s high time to think about ways to prevent breast cancer  — not just detect it early on but prevent it altogether. One of the best ways to monitor breast health could be thermograms....

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The Pioneering Spirit of Dr. Mary G. Enig (1931-2014) Sep 09, 2014

My mentor and friend Dr. Mary G. Enig, PhD, died yesterday at the age of 83. I want to honor her life today by talking about her pioneering research, and the profound impact it has had on the fields of nutrition and health.

Early in her career, Mary challenged the widely held assumption that...

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Do Vegetarians Live Longer? Don’t Count on It! Aug 02, 2014

Comedian Myq Kaplan thinks his vegan diet will help him live long and well.  Although very little science supports that thought, Kaplan has identified a valid reason why it might just work. As he quipped on Conan, “I read a statistic that says vegetarians live an average...

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Are Hobby Lobby and Eden Foods Guilty of Hypocrisy? Jul 01, 2014

Was Hobby Lobby’s Supreme Court victory this week  a triumph for religious freedom or a blow against women’s rights?   Let’s allow that debate to rage elsewhere and  focus here on how Hobby Lobby– and Eden Foods, a natural food company that shares Hobby...

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