I want to share with you one of my new favorite foods. While it might seem a bit exotic or difficult to work with, it is anything but! In fact, based on the benefits, I think it should be an essential part of your diet moving forward. I’m talking about […]
Hi Dr. C – I read your Hormone Healing Cookbook and wanted to try the recipe for beet cookies. But I have thyroid disease and heard that beets could be a problem for blood sugar. Are they safe for me? – Elizabeth
You have probably heard that you want to avoid industrial seed oils because they are highly inflammatory, prone to oxidative stress, and basically bad news all around. I have heard that, too, and I totally get the ideas behind them. But, is it all true?
I often get questions about sea vegetables. Specifically, those who are curious about controlling their iodine intake but don’t want to miss out on the many nutrients they provide. So, let’s break down the ones you might want to consider, avoid, and what you need to know!
I recently received a really good question about the relationship between iodine and breast cancer. It was so good, that I want to base our discussion today around it. Here’s what you need to know about whether or not iodine prevents breast cancer.
Today’s discussion starts with a question from a reader. It’s something I have been wanting to talk about for quite some time, and this really brought it home for me. So, without further ado, we’re going to talk today about whether America’s “low-fat diet” failed.
Biotin is an important nutrient that you should be aware of, but there’s also a lot of misinformation out there about it. Today, I want to help separate the facts from the fiction about biotin, and what it means for your thyroid, your hair, and your overall health.
Today, let me share with you what makes nutritional yeast likely one of the coolest superfoods that you may not be using. It has a whole host of benefits, and applications, which can easily factor into your daily routine and diet. Here’s the whole story on nutritional yeast!
4 servings Prep time: 5-10 minutes Total time: 15 minutes