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Late-night snacking is ruining your health

I don’t know about you, but I need all the help I can get to stay focused during these long summer days.   After all, it’s hard to keep your head down when your mind is still stuck at the beach—or planning your next vacation.   So when I came across a recent study on how something as common as nighttime snacking could be sabotaging your daytime focus and productivity? Well, I had to take […]

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Yet another reason to add beef to your menu—just in time for BBQ season

I’m so excited to discuss this latest finding about red meat with you—and I mean, really excited.  Not just because we’re entering yet another summer of steaks and burgers on the grill.   But because this study confirms what I have known all along. And nothing thrills me quite like vindication—even when I know it probably won’t change a thing.   Nevertheless, get a load of […]

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Is your favorite sunscreen giving you cancer?

Summer is upon us—and I think it’s safe to say that we’re all ready to get out of the house and mingle again. Luckily, the success of the COVID-19 vaccines means we may actually be able to do just that… and enjoy something close to normal yet again.   But if it’s not one thing, it’s another. And the danger I […]

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The simple secret to lifelong health and happiness

You know I don’t give much weight to animal studies. I prefer to share research on actual human beings.   But after yesterday’s conversation about early risk factors for cognitive decline, there’s no way I couldn’t mention this new study. Because its takeaway message is crucial for parents everywhere…  Bigger brains, less anxiety  Let’s jump right to the juicy part: This new research found [...]

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The scary link between BMI and your brain

I was a very heavy child—and later, a very heavy teen. It’s one of the reasons why childhood obesity is such an important, personal issue to me. (It’s also why I wrote my first book, Feed Your Kids Well.)   Healthy relationships with food start when we are children. Our eating habits take root at a tender age. And the impact is lasting, in more ways than one.   […]

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