Monthly Archives: April 2016

Research That Matters

Research That Matters

Research is near and dear to my heart. Both when I design supplement formulations as well as when I educate through books and talks, I pride myself on making sure that the information I share is as grounded in scientific study as it can be. I was delighted to read a recent article in the Wall Street Journal titled “Carrying…

Is Dog-kissing for You? 

Is Dog-kissing for You? 

I really enjoyed sharing information about pet supplementation in a recent episode of Pet Talk on National Geographic Wild. I was featured in a segment on Episode 3 that originally aired March 4th. I believe it’s still available for viewing, and I think you’d really enjoy it, especially if you’re an animal lover like me. It offers a lot of…

Red Wine for Heart Health?

Red Wine for Heart Health?

Reducing your risk of heart disease may have just become a bit more fun. A new study done by researchers from China explores the actual mechanism of how a compound found in red wine, resveratrol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Resveratrol, found in peanuts, grapes, red wine and some berries has been touted as a health promoting substance,…

Produce Easy Produce Anywhere

Produce Easy Produce Anywhere

Today is a day for inspiration! I’m happy to share some really uplifting and heart-opening information with you about great things happening in the world of gardening and fresh produce. In the resort town of Jackson, Wyoming two visionary women are creating not only a wonderful opportunity for the town but also a very large amount of organic produce. Veggies…

Variety of Veggies = Healthy Microbiome

Variety of Veggies = Healthy Microbiome

Over the last decade, a tremendous amount of research has been directed toward examining the family of bacteria and microbes we host in our digestive system known as the microbiome. From the multi-pronged Human Microbiome Project funded by the National Institutes of Health to the American Gut Project, the largest crowd sourced citizen science projects to date, valuable information is…