The Physician in the Kitchen, Dr. Monique May, shares her tips on eating healthier.
by Derrick Lane
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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that changes people’s moods based on changing seasons. Symptoms usually are the most harmful around fall and peak during the winter months. Symptoms of SAD are similar to other forms of read more about 5 Foods to Stop Being S.A.D
To some, coffee is somewhat of a life source – a morning cup of courage – to take on all that the day throws at us. For others, a simple cup of the tea variety is just what the doctor read more about Coffee Vs. Tea: Is One Better For Your Health?
Diabetes patients often ask what meals are best for them, especially veggies. All vegetables, including cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, sweet potatoes, and potatoes, are fiber-rich and ideal for diabetics. Vegetable fiber slows digestion, keeping you full longer and stabilizing blood sugar. read more about 16 Easy Veggie Sides You’ll Want to Make Forever
Several sweet treats come with a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. In fact, some people look forward to these desserts more than any other part of the meal. As you might expect, these desserts are more about being tasty than healthy. In read more about Desserts to Die For: A Healthy Spin on Banana Bread & Peach Cobbler!
Side dishes are the perfect complement to your Thanksgiving dinner. If you’re not careful, though, they can add way more calories, fat, or sugar to your meal than you expect. That’s why it’s important to choose a few healthy sides. read more about Healthy Spin on Thanksgiving Side Dishes
Oh, how I love a good bedside tea break. It warms your body, fills your taste buds, and sends you directly into mood: calm. That’s the best part of drinking tea. Or is it? Many, if not all, tea herbs read more about Tea Connoisseur: 10 Herbal Teas For Common Fall Illnesses