400th Issue Celebration

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Nutrition Breakthroughs Over The Last Two Years In the nearly eight years that I have been publishing “Health Tips From The Professor”, I have tried to go behind the headlines to provide you with accurate, unbiased health information that you can trust and apply to your everyday life. The 400th issue of any publication is a major ...

Have A Healthy Thanksgiving

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The Holidays Don’t Have To Be Unhealthy I realize that in this strangest of years many of us won’t be heading “through the woods and over the hills to grandmother’s house” this year. However, we will probably be gathering with a few friends and family. So, it is time for my annual reminder that we can ...

Relief From Headache Pain

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Could A Tight Muscle Cause Your Headaches? Author: Julie Donnelly, LMT –The Pain Relief Expert Editor: Dr. Steve Chaney Happy Thanksgiving! November is one of my favorite months because it’s the beginning of the holiday season. There are so many holidays during these next two months, all of them joyful. The colors of the season are vibrant, the smells ...

Update On Omega-3 Supplementation And Heart Disease

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How Much Omega-3s Do You Need? In previous issues of “Health Tips From The Professor” I have described the medical consensus about omega-3 supplementation and heart disease as resembling a pendulum. A few positive studies are published, and the pendulum swings in the positive direction. The medical consensus becomes, “Omega-3s may reduce heart disease risk.” Then a few ...

Is The Keto Diet Best For Endurance Exercise?

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Where Do Food Myths Come From? I don’t need to tell you that the keto diet is popular right now. It is touted for weight loss, mental sharpness, and improved health. I discuss the accuracy of those claims in my book, “Slaying the Food Myths”. Perhaps more surprising has been the adoption of the keto diet by ...

Does Vitamin D Prevent Depression?

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Why You Can't Believe Everything You Read The days are getting shorter and Seasonal Depression, often called the “winter blues”, will soon be upon us. Most of the research on Seasonal Depression has centered on the effect of sunlight on our hormones. However, sunlight is also responsible for the synthesis of vitamin D in our skin cells. ...

Do Processed Foods Increase Your Risk Of Diabetes?

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Why Do We Keep Eating Processed Foods? Unless you are Rip Van Winkle and have been asleep for the past 20 years you probably know that the highly processed foods in the typical American diet are bad for your health. But perhaps you didn’t realize just how bad they were. But first, let’s start with a bit ...

The Truth About Vitamin D And Respiratory Diseases

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How Should You Prepare For This Winter? Some health experts are making dire predictions for this fall when COVID-19 overlaps with our annual flu season. People are worried. When people are worried, hucksters smell a quick buck and start coming out of the woodworks. They are touting all sorts of miracle pills and potions that will keep ...

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