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Nov 20, 2019

The popularity of DNA testing is widespread, but what, if anything can our DNA tell us about the food we should eat and the exercises we should do? Understanding nutrigenomics — the scientific study of the interaction of nutrition and genes, especially with regard to the prevention or treatment of disease — may...


Nov 18, 2019

Get a breast lift vs. breast implants? It's a decision some women in midlife may be thinking about. Pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss and aging can all lead to changes in a woman's breasts that she may want to alter. Today's episode details one woman's decision to get a breast lift, her experience, and...


Nov 13, 2019

Walk down the supplement aisle of any pharmacy or supermarket and you’ll no doubt notice shelves full of probiotics and prebiotics promoting gut health. But what, if any, benefit do these products really provide?

Today’s show features frequent podcast guest and gut health expert, Kate Scarlata. Kate’s previous...


Nov 11, 2019

As unmillennial parents of kids playing sports, our days of providing the occasional sideline snack have given way to weeks of fueling kids for tournaments, meets and more. But as we are constantly reminded — tweens and teens are not simply small adults. They are growing at a rapid pace, which yields nutrition needs...


Nov 6, 2019

With one out of every 68 children in the U.S. having an Autism Spectrum Disorder, the likelihood is high that you and your children know a family who has received this diagnosis. And while you may know some things about the suspected causes and some of the current research around Autism, how much do you really know...