Dr. Shayesteh recommends keeping them specific and simple.
More than 75% of Americans are deficient in this vitamin D, although most are unaware of it.
Probiotics are essential bacteria in the human gut that play a key role in our health.
Dropping your plate size from 12 inches to 10 inches can cut 20% of your calorie intake this holiday season.
Not sleeping enough can actually be the reason for significant weight gain.
The World Health Organization says these common breakfast foods can lead to cancer.
The average American drinks 45 gallons of soda per year, but at what cost to their health?
Gout can lead to significant damage of organs and tissues if left untreated.
More than one in three adults in the United States have high blood pressure, but most don’t know they have it.
One-in-ten women are affected by Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, but it can be controlled.
Walking for just 20 minutes increases blood flow and reduces stress on the body.
Nearly 40 percent of breast cancer cases can be attributed to eating habits.
Dr. Shayesteh explains the difference between good and bad fat, as well as what to eat to keep cholesterol down.
Dr. Shayesteh joined Daybreak to explain food addiction and how it effects the body in an interview with Len Rome.
Statistics show that more than half of Americans have diabetes or pre-diabetes.
Dr. Shayesteh explains the the differences between emotional and physical hunger, as well as how to recognize which one you’re experiencing
Dr. Shayesteh joined the 33 set to explain reactive hypoglycemia and how to react accordingly in the video above
Dr. Shayesteh explains how your eating habits can affect your mood.
Dr. Shayestah explains the difference between low fat and low carb
Dr. Shayestah explains how stress can be a major cause of belly fat and methods to combat it.
Insulin resistance is common in people who are obese, who have Type II diabetes and pre-diabetes.
Dr. Shayesteh gives diet do’s and don’ts for preventing kidney stones.
You can lose 30 percent of muscle strength in just two weeks of physical inactivity.
The doctor talks about foods that can keep our eyes healthy.
Dr. Shayesteh said new dietary guidelines will have no fat restrictions because eating low-fat leads to more consumption of processed foods.
Trans fats are one of the worst for our diet and come from fried foods, baked goods and fast food.
Dr. Shayesteh said fluctuations in blood sugar can cause fatigue and those fluctuations are caused by poor nutrition.
New research shows there is a connection between diet and the risk of developing prostate cancer.
Metabolic Syndrome significantly increases the risk of developing heart disease, stroke and Type 2 Diabetes.
Risk factors for gout are obesity, a diet high in red meat, beer and soft drinks high in high fructose corn syrup.