Conventional wisdom says you need to eat carbohydrates to exercise. As many know, that's not true. But how low-carb can you go -- and are there even benefits from eating an extremely low carbohydrate diet? Peter Attia is a medical doctor and an endurance athlete.
Kenneth Bock discusses how dietary changes can significantlyimprove symptoms of Autism and in some cases the improvements are such that they can lose the diagnosis.
Drew Ramsey is one of psychiatry's leading proponents of dietary changes to optimise mood, improve brain function and mental health.
Dr. James Adams discusses the results of the most recent 12-month study conducted at Arizona State University investigating the efficacy of nutritional interventions for autism.
This is the official trailer for the feature length documentary film 'Food Matters'. A collection of interviews with leading Nutritionists, Naturopaths, Scientists, M.D.'s and Medical Journalists.
The biological underpinnings of dementia start decades before the early symptoms emerge. Dementia can be prevented through regular exercise, nutrient dense foods grown in volcanic soils and rich in antioxidants such as cruciferous vegetables and lots of fatty fish and fat soluble anti-oxidants… more