The last quarter of the year is full of celebrations, beginning with Halloween through Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. That's why I call it The Sugar Season. We need to be wise about our sugar use over the coming months.
When we think of good nutrition we mostly think about food, but water is nutrient number 1! Here are my tips for this element that is essential to our health, especially during hot summer days.
There's an inherent conflict between the rather hectic pace of the end of year holidays and the natural slowing down that is part of late Autumn. It's also a time when we can easily over-indulge. Here are my tips for thriving through this sometimes challenging Holiday Season.
The use, overuse and abuse of sugar in the typical American lifestyle are increasingly known to be significant factors in creating poor health and chronic disease, especially among young people. The Glycemic Index is a useful tool in managing sugar in our diet.
Growing sprouts of all kinds indoors is a great way to add fresh chlorophyll plus protein, vitamins and minerals to your diet in addition to what you're already getting fromthe fresh, leafy green veggies in your garden or at your local farmers’ market.
Each food when metabolized in the body breaks down into acid or alkaline elements. The body is normally slightly alkaline, the blood pH being 7.41. A diet that consists of 70-80% alkaline forming foods will keep eliminative and nervous systems strong. Use my simple guide to review your food choices from an acid-alkaline perspective.
If there is any good news to be found in the current pandemic perhaps it is the environmental benefits appearing all over the world. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, let's see what each of can do to build on this hard won progress.
Advice from Dr. Elson Haas about the causes of and remedies for gas and bloating, amongst the most common intestinal symptoms and dysfunctions.
Causes & Remedies for Common Digestive Problems - Part 2: Indigestion, Nausea and Heartburn Part of a brief three-part overview of how to deal with some common intestinal symptoms. Offers some simple home remedies that may help to correct these common digestive problems.
This is the concluding part of my three part introduction to treating common digestive problems. Here I discuss Constipation and Diarrhea which most of us have likely experienced at one time or another, with the resulting discomfort.
The problems of obesity and being overweight are a health crisis of epidemic proportions in our country. It is a complex problem, but these simple steps are a place to start with prevention and treatment.
In several of my books I have referred to detoxification as the missing link in western nutrition. I have come to this conclusion through my own personal detox experiences and working with thousands of patients in my clinic.
Nutrition may be the key to health, but its not just what we eat, but what we assimilate that's key so a healthy digestion is central to our wellbeing and vitality. Follow these 10 tips from Dr. Elson Haas, author of Staying Healthy with Nutrition.
Dr. Elson Haas presents his top 10 tips for minimizing food reactions based on his book The False Fat Diet.
Food is an essential part of everyday life and a key component of your natural health. Read these top 10 tips from Dr. Elson Haas on achieving an enlightened eating plan and see how you can make strides at your very next breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
Presents an improved look at health and nutritional medicine. After decades of practical experience and scientific research, Haas and Levin have compiled all of their findings into this encyclopedic volume. Expanded chapters on special supplements, life stage programs and more. The book is broken up into four key parts, "the building blocks" of nutrition, foods and diets around the world, building a healthy diet and strategies to enhance all stages of life. [button button="Show me more" url="/products/" target="_blank"]