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Vegan Lunch Recipe: Sweet Potato Burritos

Vegan Lunch Recipe: Sweet Potato Burritos

This recipe from Power Foods for the Brain by Neal Barnard MD is not only good for you, it’s so satisfying and delicious, too. A healthy, vegan comfort meal. Ingredients, Serves 4 2 cups peeled and diced sweet potatoes 1 cup frozen corn kernels 1 (15-oz) can low-sodium black beans, drained and rinsed 1 tsp very thinly sliced green onion […]

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Bollywood celebs’ vegan way of eating

Bollywood celebs’ vegan way of eating

Nearly 50 leading names from the world of Bollywood, fashion and music have shared their kitchen secrets in a book on how to keep their celebrity status intact by incorporating a delicious healthy vegan diet with no cholesterol. Dilip Kumar, Saira Banu, Om Puri, Anupam Kher, Hema Malini, Mahesh Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha and Vidya Balan are just a […]

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‘Power Foods for the Brain’ Reveals Brain-Boosting Diet

‘Power Foods for the Brain’ Reveals Brain-Boosting Diet

Do multivitamins increase Alzheimer’s disease risk? Can sweet potatoes improve mental clarity? Power Foods for the Brain, a new book by Physicians Committee president and nutrition researcher Neal Barnard, M.D., reveals how diet and lifestyle changes can shield the brain from memory loss, stroke, and Alzheimer’s. Power Foods for the Brain presents the latest and most compelling research on nutrition’s […]

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Dairy Linked to Acne Development

Dairy Linked to Acne Development

Dairy products and foods with a high glycemic index are the leading causes of acne, according to a review published in the March issue of the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Researchers examined the evidence between acne and diet and found that certain products, particularly cow’s milk, produce and stimulate hormones linked with acne. The association does […]

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Brain-friendly food: Dr. Neal Barnard’s new book tackles Alzheimer’s

Brain-friendly food: Dr. Neal Barnard’s new book tackles Alzheimer’s

  When Dr. Neal Barnard’s father started to develop dementia, everything that was important to him was taken away piece by piece. “Nothing else matters if you can’t remember names or things you did together,” said Barnard, a Fargo native and nutrition advocate who often creates controversy with his suggestion of an all-vegan diet. Both of Barnard’s parents developed dementia […]

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Dr. Neal Barnard Tells Why Milk is Harmful

Dr. Neal Barnard Tells Why Milk is Harmful

Got milk? For decades, dairy industry advertisements have convinced Americans that cow’s milk is an appropriate—and even essential—food for humans. Americans have been led to believe that cow’s milk is necessary for healthy, strong bones. As it turns out, dairy products may have the opposite effect. A new study published in the British Medical Journal found that people who consumed […]

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Dr. Neal Barnard: Avoid Alzheimer’s by avoiding the foods that promote it

More information: http://www.amazon.com/Power-Foods-Brain-Effective-Strengthen/dp/1455512192, www.PCRM.org, and www.nealbarnard.org

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Great Minds Interview: Dr. Neal Barnard Discusses Connection Between Food & Health

More information: PCRM.org

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Dr. Neal Barnard Discusses Foods that Protect Your Brain

Dr. Neal Barnard Discusses Foods that Protect Your Brain

    Neal D. Barnard is an American physician, author, clinical researcher, and founding president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM.org), an international network of physicians, scientists, and laypeople who promote preventive medicine, conduct clinical research, and higher standards in research. Michael Tobias: Dr. Barnard, in your soon-to-be-published new book, Power Foods for The Brain (due out February […]

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Dr. Neal Barnard Discusses the 100 Million Diabetic Dilemma

Dr. Barnard discusses the often misunderstood role of carbohydrates and fat in type-2 diabetes – and how a low-fat, plant-based diet will often reverse this condition. More information: www.pcrm.org and www.nealbarnard.org

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