Who Shouldn’t Eat Soy?

Avoiding Nutritional Excesses

Good evening. It is 11.45 pm on a Saturday night here in New York City, and we are going to make an experiment. We are going to walk for 15 minutes, and we are going to try to count how many eating opportunities we encounter. We’ll start from Times Square then wander a little bit […]

Survivorship: The Importance of Nutrition and Exercise in the Cancer Journey

Good evening. On behalf of Stanford Health Care and the Cancer Supportive Care Program, I would like to welcome you to our first lecture series in the South Bay, Survivorship, the Importance of Nutrition and Exercise in the Cancer Journey. It is my pleasure to introduce our first speakers of the evening, Julie Grosvenor and […]

How to Transition to a Plant-Based​ Diet

Namaskar Today I’d like to talk about making the transition to a plant-based diet. Most of us are aware now of the quadruple benefits of the plant-based diet; for our physical health, the research shows that those that take vegetarian diet have lower incidence of cancer heart disease high blood pressure, they live longer. For […]

Valter Longo, Ph.D. on Fasting-Mimicking Diet & Fasting for Longevity, Cancer & Multiple Sclerosis

[Rhonda]: Hello, everyone. I’m very excited to be sitting here with Valter Longo, who’s a professor of Gerontology and Biological Sciences at the University of Southern California. He’s also Director of the Longevity Institute. Dr. Longo has made huge contributions to the field of aging. He has made significant contributions looking at the effects of […]

Which Spices Fight Inflammation?

What’s the Best Mouthwash?

Multivitamin supplements and breast cancer

“Multivitamin Supplements & Breast Cancer” A Harvard study of what tens of thousands of women ate in high school found that “dietary intake of fiber and nuts during adolescence influences subsequent risk of breast disease and may suggest a viable means for breast cancer prevention.” And the protection from nuts was independent of fiber: “Results […]