Archive for the ‘Healthy Eating’ Category

How To Lose Weight Without Going On A Diet

January 4th, 2015 by Dr. Keith Nemec

More than two-thirds of United States adults are overweight or obese.  Every year countless studies are used to investigate various weight loss tactics.  A successful weight-loss program is a mind/body mission.  It includes a program to become healthy again and also dealing with psychological and habit changes. It’s important to get mentally prepared before you Read the entire post…


Health Benefits of Cinnamon

May 19th, 2014 by Dr. Keith Nemec

Cinnamon comes in two different forms. One is called Cassia cinnamon and the other is called Ceylon. Ceylon cinnamon is generally more expensive, lighter in color, it is more of a finer powder, smells sweeter and will be imported from either Brazil, Caribbean, India, Madagascar or Sri Lanka. Cassia cinnamon is imported from China, Indonesia, Japan, Read the entire post…


How Poor Food Choices Effects Your Genes

March 19th, 2014 by Dr. Keith Nemec

New research by scientists at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) raises the striking possibility that even small amounts of occasional poor food choices may produce significant changes in gene expression that could negatively impact physiology and health. Researchers describe how metabolism and physiology are connected to diet. Using C. elegans, a transparent roundworm Read the entire post…


Cold Temperatures May Help You Lose Weight

March 4th, 2014 by Dr. Keith Nemec

Regular exposure to cold temperature may be a healthy and sustainable way to help people lose weight. On the contrary, staying inside in our warm, comfortable homes and offices might be partly responsible for gaining weight.”Since most of us are exposed to indoor conditions 90 percent of the time, it is worth exploring health aspects Read the entire post…


Five Cancer Fighting Supplements to Add to Your Arsenal

June 25th, 2013 by Dr. Keith Nemec

Good nutrition is fundamental to the prevention of all disease, and that includes cancer. While a healthy diet rich in organic fruits and vegetables can help to protect us from all forms of cancer, there is no reason why we shouldn’t provide our bodies with a little extra ammunition for the fight. All natural nutritional Read the entire post…


Eating Less Animal Protein May Save Your Life

June 10th, 2013 by Dr. Keith Nemec

Remember as you eat up the food chain you are eating concentrated chemicals, toxins, pesticides, herbicides etc. These are the facts you have to keep in mind when eating animal products: · Eating an animal product is 16 times more concentrated in chemicals and toxins than eating non-organic produce, and on average 100 times more Read the entire post…


Garlic: Nature’s Pharmacy

May 28th, 2013 by Dr. Keith Nemec

Nature provides, and through its bounty gives us everything we need to maintain our total health. Case in point, the lowly garlic bulb. This common vegetable can be found in kitchens all over the world, and is easily one of the most popular spices in the marketplace. It is also one of the most remarkable Read the entire post…


Calorie Restriction Can Prolong Life

May 14th, 2013 by Dr. Keith Nemec

Obese people who drastically limit their calorie intake can reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease and stay young longer, real-life research finds. The study of obviously dedicated members of an organization called the Caloric Restriction Optimal Nutrition Society found they scored significantly better on such major risk factors as cholesterol, blood pressure and Read the entire post…


Sugar and the Glycemic Index

April 8th, 2013 by Dr. Keith Nemec

A diet favoring complex versus refined/processed carbohydrates is better for the heart and less likely to slow down metabolism than a conventional low-fat diet, a preliminary study confirms. The “glycemic index’’ diet recommends carbohydrates that do not cause a sharp rise in blood sugar levels after meals, instead of highly processed, starchy, or refined carbohydrates. Read the entire post…


Fasting and Your Total Health

March 7th, 2013 by Dr. Keith Nemec

Throughout history, periodic fasting has been used to help maintain the general health of the body. In ancient cultures, fasting was a common part of a person’s health regimen. As the western world developed, and agriculture and commerce increased the availability and variety of foods, the concept of regular fasting became lost. So called “developed” Read the entire post…