By Dr. Peter Abaci

This is Health Revolution Radio with Dr. Peter Abaci. Today's topic: Solving Our Obesity Epidemic

Guest speakers: Laurann Putnam, Jerry Manoukian, and Mariam Manoukian

The most popular junk foods come from crops that are heavily subsidized by the federal government.
Using yoga-posing pears and bike-riding melons, a new app deconstructs your food, giving you a trove of information not found on a typical food label.
Diets that replace saturated fats with carbohydrates are unlikely to make you any healthier, a new study shows.
Watermelon is rich in nutrients like lycopene, which may have benefits for the heart, and a lower sugar content, gram for gram, than many other fruits.

As many of you know, I took a big step in 2015 and got married. Chris Whelan asked me to marry him at Red Mountain Spa in Ivins, Utah, the exact same place where I had met him three years earlier.

Just an hour before he asked for my hand in marriage, we were eating dinner and I out of the blue said to him, “Now that we are at the spa, this would be a great time to go gluten-free.”

St. Patrick’s Day turns March into a month-long celebration of all things green. Of course this includes things that, dare I say, should not be green, such as beer, eggs, and human skin.

Pouring pineapple smoothie into glass

This is Health Revolution Radio, today's topic: High Energy Nutrition

Guest Speakers: Anna Baker, Laurann Putnam, and Heather Elledge

GLUTEN FREE: Is it Enough?

Acne is a skin problem experienced by adolescents and adults alike, but luckily eating gluten free can make a dramatic difference in outbreaks. While acne is largely aesthetic, it can lead to a host of psychological problems, such as lowered self-esteem, depression, and social withdrawal. Because of these very real mental and emotional impacts, adolescents and adults alike are often desperate to find...


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