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Personalized Diets

Personalized diets may be on the horizon. The U.S. federal dietary guidelines are based on the idea that there is a single approach that works for everyone who wants to lose weight. Many Certified Nutritionists and Registered Dietitians have begun to question this dogma. In fact, genetic analysis testing is being offered

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Health & Wellness Trendsetters: Yasmine Mason, DC of the Fermentation Farm

Health & Wellness Trendsetters are leading the way in helping people live healthier, happier lives by changing their eating and exercise habits so that they can maintain a healthy weight and keep their bodies moving. Yasmine Mason, DC is a Chiropractor who realized over the years that more and more

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Health & Wellness Trendsetters: Interview with Gregory Katz, MD

Health & Wellness Trendsetters are leading the way in helping people live healthier, happier lives by changing their eating and exercise habits so that they can maintain a healthy weight and keep their bodies moving.   I am a big believer in concierge medicine, which focuses on preventive health and

Stress Caused Me to Have Two Useless Root Canals

I’ve always been somewhat of a stress mess. “Driven” and “hard charging” are apt descriptions. I was raised in the Jewish achievement religion which restricted my occupational choices to doctor or lawyer. This over-the-top work ethic served me well as a corporate litigator in private practice, where billable hours were

The 6 Secrets to Weight Loss

Want to change the scale from your nemesis to your bff? Losing weight can seem like an impossible task. We live in a world of immediate gratification. We expect that everything will yield instantaneous results. Today you’re a size 18 and tomorrow you want to be a size 4. So,

Overweight? Focus on Losing Just 5-10% of Your Bodyweight

The average American is 23 pounds overweight. Many are lugging around an extra 50 or 60. A good nutritionist will tell you weight must come off the same way is went on—slowly but surely. The responsible recommendation is to aim for no more than 1-2 pounds per week. Picking up

Resigning from Law was the Best Thing I Ever Did

At age 49, I decided to walk away from my position as a partner in a prestigious law firm. To describe me as a workaholic during my 23 year career is akin to saying that Mark Zuckerberg is charitable or that Donald Trump is outspoken. Defense attorneys bill by the

Nutrition: Keep it Simple Stupid

Since when did the question “What should I eat?” become as complicated as figuring out the tech system on your new Ford Fusion or accurately inputting a list of handwritten email addresses into Outlook? In the good old days, people fed themselves, living off the land and eating animals they

5 Reasons We Keep Doing Something with a 95% Failure Rate

I’m referring to dieting. Any diet. Despite the fact that the vast majority of dieters are doomed not only to regain the pounds they’ve shed, but to pack on a few more for good measure, we continue to try and try again. At any given time, 108 million Americans are

Two Simple Ways to Eat Less

Our problem today isn’t filling up our bellies, but restraining ourselves from continuing to eat until we resemble Humpty Dumpty. Mass quantities of food are all around us, calling to us to eat up. Snacks pervade office kitchens, supplied by employers as Friday treats and by co-workers who bring in