The average adult in the United States consumes over 150 pounds of sugar and 146 pounds of white flour every year.
Nutrition plays a major key in having healthy skin.
Having a healthy metabolism is critical for the entirety of our health.
Carbohydrates are the most important nutrients in our diets.
After 20 years, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved new labels for foods.
Leptin, a hormone produced by belly fat, tells the brain how much fat is being stored.
Katie updates us on her progress since Weight Loss Wednesday has ended.
The number one reason people don’t exercise is they say they don’t have the time. One-minute exercises solves this problem.
Over the last year, Anna has lost 80 pounds.
Too much inflammation is the cause of nearly all diseases.
Being hungry most of the time is a common problem which is triggered by blood sugar taking a dive.
In most cases, lifestyle and nutritional changes are the number one way to solve the problem of heartburn.
It is extremely important to wash produce before it is consumed because of the damage it can do your body.
OMEGA-3 fatty acids are essential to our diets.
Research shows that what we eat has a direct impact on brain neurochemistry
Research now shows that it plays a key role in how much a weight a person gains.
Katie was live at Dr. Shayesteh’s to talk about Weight Loss Wednesday.
Katie updates us on her progress in this “Weight Loss Wednesday” blog.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS, is caused by having a spastic colon and about 12 percent of people experience it.
Katie updates us on her progress for Weight Loss Wednesday.
Fiber can reduce calorie intake by 30 percent.
Katie and Jim were at Dr. Shayesteh’s office for Weight Loss Wednesday!
March 21st – Slow and steady. That would be my advice to those trying to lose weight. Fad diets leave you wanting and cheating. You’ll l…
What changes can you make in your diet to avoid, or break, this cycle?
Katie gives her progress on Weight Loss Wednesday, and a look inside what she eats on a typical day to follow the plan.
Research shows that not only our heart, brain, and skin, but also our eyes are very sensitive to what we eat.
Having just one sugary 8 ounce drink a day increases belly fat by 27 percent over a six year span
As the saying goes, “you are what you eat”.
Katie went to see Dr. Shayesteh to talk about living a healthy life.
Whether its for weight loss, weight maintenance, heart disease, or your general health, there is no diet more effective than this one.