Dr. Tim Says….
Back in the 1970’s and 80’s eggs got a really bad rap – and not for very substantial reasons. Much of what happened in the late 1960’s that laid the groundwork for the egg’s poor reputation wasn’t based on sound science, but over [...]
Dear Dr. Gourmet,
Two related questions:
Q: Although I do not eat red meat often, I was introduced to ground buffalo meat (very lean from Whole Foods) and immensely enjoyed it. Is there a great difference in [...]
Skipping breakfast isn’t good for adults and it’s particularly important for kids: not only do kids who eat breakfast (as opposed to nothing) tend to have lower Body Mass Indices and healthier overall diets,they tend to avoid overweight or [...]
I’ve said for years that breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. Skipping breakfast appears to reduce your metabolism while actually delaying fat burning and increasing fat deposition. Having a higher-fiber breakfast of quickbreads [...]
Some of my more exercise-dedicated patients like to hit the gym or go for a run in the morning, before work, but quite a few of them don’t eat beforehand. “I don’t have time,” they say. Many of them will have some kind of breakfast after [...]
A Healthy Pregnancy
with Faith Bontrager, RN, BSN
The CDC released some great news this week. From 2000 to 2008 the percentage of mothers who initiated breastfeeding increased over 4 percentage points.
This is great news for babies [...]
I’ve been saying for years that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Here at Dr. Gourmet we’ve reported on research with a variety of results, including:
1. Protein at breakfast will help you [...]