Because of soil depletion, crops grown decades ago were much richer in vitamins and minerals than the varieties most of us get today. So what does that mean for our health? A lot.
In a country that never mentions food when talking about health care, I couldn’t help but wonder what the comedian, Jim Gaffigan, would say about everything that went down this week in DC. I found myself flipping through some old clips and landed on this one. His take on “health care,” kale and food trends is…
Here is a recap of this year’s ExpoWest previewing the future of food.
On International Women’s Day, I just want to give a shout out to the women that I work with on a regular basis and those who have inspired me countless times through the years.
It has been nine years since Emily died of a food allergy reaction. And her story is a testimony of love and courage that has inspired countless others.
Ron Finley needs our help to save his “gangsta gardens” headquarters from a ruthless developer.
On January 20th, 2017, almost exactly eleven years to the day since I was thrown into this work in the food allergy world, I heard from from Mylan’s communication’s department for the first time. They wanted to discuss points made in a recent FOX interview. I was grateful. After a decade of working in this space,…
Watch and listen, as Morgan Freeman walks us through how Big Tobacco became Big Food.
Practicing Physicians of America has formed to care for the needs of doctors while the AMA makes most of its revenue serving insurance company interests.
Most of us are woefully deficient in magnesium. Some doctors estimate that 80% of Americans aren’t getting enough of it.