Dr. Mike on Smoothies Thinking about green or any color smoothies: Some things I used to add parsley (curly or Italian), kale, carrots, pear, apple, fresh ginger, cinnamon, turmeric, chia seeds, and flax seed meal. Don’t be so concerned about calories. Nothing really nutritious adds that many calories. Try 1/2 apple, 1/2 pear one day, … More Thinking about green or any color smoothies
3 reasons to include turmeric in your diet by GARY KAPLAN, D.O. Jul 28th 2015 2:27PM Native to southwest India, and known for its radiant golden color and unique taste, turmeric has been used as a culinary herb for thousands of years, and is found in abundance in many Indian dishes, especially curries. But it … More 3 reasons to include turmeric in your diet
Low-dose naproxen interferes with the antiplatelet effects of aspirin in healthy subjects: recommendations to minimize the functional consequences. Anzellotti P1, Capone ML, Jeyam A, Tacconelli S, Bruno A, Tontodonati P, Di Francesco L, Grossi L, Renda G, Merciaro G, Di Gregorio P, Price TS, Garcia Rodriguez LA, Patrignani P. Author information Abstract OBJECTIVE: To investigate … More Low-dose Naproxen
Turmeric Health Benefits Turmeric is an ancient root used for its healing properties for centuries. Turmeric comes from the rhizome (rootstock) of the Curcuma longa plant. To manufacture it, the roots of the plant are boiled, dried and then ground into a powder. Traditionally used in Chinese and Indian folk medicine, turmeric benefits are amazing and able to … More Turmeric Health Benefits???
Last Updated: Aug 28, 2015 | By Jessica Bruso Salmon on a plate. Photo Credit OlenaMykhaylova/iStock/Getty Images People suffering from osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis, may find that eating more foods that reduce inflammation can help limit their symptoms, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. A Mediterranean-style diet tends to be … More Anti-Inflammation Diet for Osteoarthritis
Since the plan is to maximize nutrition, reduce inflammation, and reduce recovery time after exercise, I decided to take Dr. Mike’s advice and start taking supplements. He consulted with 2 PhD’s in the supplement industry and came up with a great plan based on my perceived needs. I’m willing to try anything that might … More Supplements? Yes? No? Maybe?