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Circadian Homeostasis

Combining Timing with Nutrition to Create Improved States of Physical, Mental, and Emotional Wellness A clock’s primary mover is the...

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Cruciferous Vegetables: Phytonutrient Powerhouse

What are cruciferous vegetables? Plant foods of the Brassica family like kale and Brussels sprouts provide health benefits like supporting the...

Article • October 30, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

The Promise of Metabolic Correction

Biochemistry is an ever-evolving science that reveals insight into how the body works. It describes intricate human physiology and suggests...

Article • September 17, 2019 • 4 min read BookmarkBookmark

Color of Food: Top Crops and Phytoactives

13 crops. Multiple phyoactives. Endless colors. The WholisticMatters Color of Food series takes you through some of the most nutrient-...

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Color of Food: Phytonutrients, Health Benefits, and Color

What phytonutrients are associated with specific colors and health benefits? From flavones to chlorophyll, this downloadable handout explains...

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More Plants, Less Diabetes: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis from Harvard

A systematic review and meta-analysis of nine prospective observational studies, including more than 300,000 participants and more than 23,000...

Article • August 5, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

The Whole Food Advantage: System of Care to Address the American Health Challenge

John Troup, PhD, describes the “Great American Dietary Experiment” that has led to chronic disease states and challenges experienced by...

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Brain Health, the Omega-3 Index, and the Western Diet

BrainSpan Founder and CEO Dan Johnston, MD, MPH, discusses the history of human civilization in the context of human health...

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Global Analysis Finds 11 Million Deaths Linked to Poor Diet in 2017

It’s not the unhealthy food we’re eating that’s killing us, it’s the healthy food we’re not eating.

Article • April 9, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Understanding Types of Fat

Fat, along with carbohydrate and protein, constitutes a basic macronutrient component of food.

Article • April 4, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Circadian Homeostasis

Combining Timing with Nutrition to Create Improved States of Physical, Mental, and Emotional Wellness A clock’s primary mover is the...

Article • November 11, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

Cruciferous Vegetables: Phytonutrient Powerhouse

What are cruciferous vegetables? Plant foods of the Brassica family like kale and Brussels sprouts provide health benefits like supporting the...

Article • October 30, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

The Promise of Metabolic Correction

Biochemistry is an ever-evolving science that reveals insight into how the body works. It describes intricate human physiology and suggests...

Article • September 17, 2019 • 4 min read BookmarkBookmark

More Plants, Less Diabetes: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis from Harvard

A systematic review and meta-analysis of nine prospective observational studies, including more than 300,000 participants and more than 23,000...

Article • August 5, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Global Analysis Finds 11 Million Deaths Linked to Poor Diet in 2017

It’s not the unhealthy food we’re eating that’s killing us, it’s the healthy food we’re not eating.

Article • April 9, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Understanding Types of Fat

Fat, along with carbohydrate and protein, constitutes a basic macronutrient component of food.

Article • April 4, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Weight Loss and Blood Pressure Reduction Success with 16:8 Diet for Obese Individuals

Intermittent fasting, specifically the “16:8” fasting diet, may be beneficial for obese individuals.

Article • February 12, 2019 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

Canada’s New Food Guide Promotes Variety, Home-cooking, and Mindful Eating

Canada released a new food guide that promotes general healthy eating guidelines.

Article • February 7, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Exercise and the “DASH” Diet for Older Adults with Cognitive Impairment

A study illustrated the combined benefit of exercise and healthy diet on mild cognitive impairment in older adults with cardiovascular risk factors.

Article • February 4, 2019 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

A Universal Healthy Reference Diet Could Drastically Change the Health of Earth and its Residents

More people are eating unhealthy foods, the world’s population continues to grow, and food production strains local ecosystems and Earth's...

Article • January 31, 2019 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

The Whole Food Advantage: System of Care to Address the American Health Challenge

John Troup, PhD, describes the “Great American Dietary Experiment” that has led to chronic disease states and challenges experienced by...

Video • July 8, 2019 • 11:29 min watch BookmarkBookmark PREMIUM
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Brain Health, the Omega-3 Index, and the Western Diet

BrainSpan Founder and CEO Dan Johnston, MD, MPH, discusses the history of human civilization in the context of human health...

Video • June 10, 2019 • 33:54 min watch BookmarkBookmark PREMIUM
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What Is Epigenetics? | Epigenetics Part 1

Though DNA remains the same throughout life, lifestyle and diet can actually determine which genes turn on, and which turn off.

Video • March 13, 2019 • 1:23 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Detoxification: Culinary Plan

Chef Mark Allison discusses culinary nutrition and why it is important to him and his family.

Video • February 13, 2019 • 34:48 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Nutritional Insights for the Next Generation | Episode 50

Nicole Magryta, RDN, provides nutritional insights, discusses nutrient density, and explains why it is so important to choose whole foods.

Podcast • January 17, 2019 • 32:40 min BookmarkBookmark

Color of Food: Top Crops and Phytoactives

13 crops. Multiple phyoactives. Endless colors. The WholisticMatters Color of Food series takes you through some of the most nutrient-...

Download • August 9, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Color of Food: Phytonutrients, Health Benefits, and Color

What phytonutrients are associated with specific colors and health benefits? From flavones to chlorophyll, this downloadable handout explains...

Download • August 9, 2019 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

Phytonutrients, Micronutrients of the Plant World: Catachins, Phytosterols, and Theobromine

Phytonutrients like catachins, phytosterols, and theobromine are found in foods like tea, nuts, lentils, beans, and mushrooms.

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Phytonutrients, Micronutrients of the Plant World: Catachins, Chlorophyll, Glucosinolates, Lutein, and Zeaxanthin

Phytonutrients like catachins, chlorophyll, glucosinolates, lutein, and zeaxanthin are found in foods like Brussels sprouts, chard, kale, and spinach.

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Phytonutrients, Micronutrients of the Plant World: Carotenoids, Hesperidin, Lutein, and Zeaxanthin

Phytonutrients like carotenoids, hesperidin, lutein, and zeaxanthin are found in foods like carrots, winter squash, yellow squash, lemons, and citrus.

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Phytonutrients, Micronutrients of the Plant World: Anthocyanidins, Quercitin, and Resveratrol

Phytonutrients like anthocyanidins, quercitin, and resveratrol are found in foods like grapes, blueberries, eggplant, acai, red wine, and currants.

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Phytonutrients, Micronutrients of the Plant World: Anthocyanidins, Betanin, Ellagic Acid, and Lycopene

Phytonutrients like anthocyanidins, betanin, ellagic acid, and lycopene are found in foods like beets, tomatoes, watermelon, grapefruit, and cherries.

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Phytonutrients, Micronutrients of the Plant World: Allicin, Isoflavones, Glucosinolates, and Quercitin

Phytonutrients like allicin, isoflavones, glucosinolates, and quercetin are found in foods like apples, radishes, onions, garlic, tofu, and mushrooms.

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Minding the Gap

Daily consumption of fruits and vegetables is significantly lower than what is recommended on average.

Download • August 18, 2017 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

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