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3x New York Times best selling author & dietician Cynthia Sass
Smart, relatable, and effective nutrition advice—that’s what you’ll hear on this episode. Special guest Cynthia Sass is a registered dietitian and Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, and she’s done it all.
Cheesy Chickpea Omelet with Veggie Scramble
Smoothies and oatmeal are great, but some mornings we crave variety. Enter this egg-free, dairy-free omelet recipe. It's made with chickpea flour and black salt which gives it an eggy flavor—without the fat or cholesterol. The plant-based protein and veggie scramble...
What About Soy?
Perhaps one of the most misunderstood and maligned plant proteins is soy. I hear it in the locker room all the time. Men are refusing to eat soy in any form because they fear growing breasts, or they limit their intake of soy milk, tofu, edamame, and tempeh thinking...
Study Finds Dairy (Not Soy) Skyrockets Breast Cancer Risk
If you could reduce your relative breast cancer risk, wouldn’t you do it? A new study claims that women who drink cow's milk could increase their risk of developing breast cancer by up to 80 percent compared to women who drink soy milk. Unbiased by either soy or dairy...
Harvard Researchers Claim Cows’ Milk Is Unnecessary
Most American adults, and even children, believe they should aim for three servings of dairy a day—thanks to the US Dietary Guidelines. From a young age we are taught to believe that by devoutly consuming dairy on the daily, we will be protected from brittle bones and...
Former President of the American College of Cardiology Dr. Kim Williams
Take a dive with us as we learn more about heart disease, LDL cholesterol, and nutrition-based prevention measures we can take to protect ourselves and our loved ones from disease.