Diets

Eat Well

All about lactose intolerance

Michelle Konstantinovsky

Dairy-free milk alternatives are flying off the shelves in record numbers, and for good reason: About 30 million adults develop some degree of lactose...

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5 gluten-free “grains” to try now

Erica Matluck, ND, FNP

An estimated 18 million people have gluten sensitivity, in addition to the 1.8 million with celiac disease. And an estimated 11 percent of households now...

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The “Whole” Story

Michelle Konstantinovsky

Brendhan needed help kicking his carbohydrate habit. The 50-year-old avid exerciser had a hard time avoiding bread, sugar, and flour, so when he heard his...

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What an Elimination Diet Taught an Urban Foodie

One Medical

In part one, One Medical member Susan A. — a San Francisco foodie married to a chef — shared her reasons for trying a strict 30-day elimination...

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Does the Glycemic Index Matter?

Michelle Konstantinovsky

There was once a time when only diabetics were familiar with the phrase “glycemic index.” However, in recent years, the phrase has been popping...

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What’s the Deal with the Bulletproof Diet?

Michelle Konstantinovsky

The book has hit both the New York Times and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists — and celebrities like Divergent star Shailene Woodley swear by its...

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A Naturopathic Perspective on Gluten

Erica Matluck, ND, FNP

If you’ve noticed a steady increase in the number of people swearing off gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and tritcale (a wheat-rye...

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Low-Carb vs. Low-Fat for Losing Weight

Malcolm Thaler, MD

Most diets fail in the long run. Whatever diet you choose, you’ll probably lose some pounds, but they typically come right back once you stop the diet...

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