Episodes

Go Healthy For Good! / April 16, 2015

Through history, there have been many dietary patterns eaten by many different cultures. There has been one that has stood the test of time that has been promoted for many different reasons, and is now being supported for ... sustainability.

Go Healthy For Good! / April 15, 2015

Often when someone finds out that I don't eat meat, they begin to enquire about nutritional deficiencies. How do I get enough iron? What do I do to replace meat? Do I get sufficient protein? Vitamins? Minerals? Don’t miss this episode!

Go Healthy For Good! / April 14, 2015

It is well established that a person's nutrition can substantially affect mood, behavior and brain function. Tune in to find out how you can eat the right combinations to feed your brain most effectively!

Go Healthy For Good! / April 13, 2015

There is so much more to food than simply eating. Is the Mediterranean diet good for Metabolic Syndrome? How does what you eat affect your great grandkids? Which factors influence what you choose to eat? Tune in for these answers and more!

Go Healthy For Good! / April 09, 2015

Having lots of sugar in your blood can really do a number on your blood vessels. Symptoms start with small blood vessels first, like those supplying your eyes, kidneys, and feet. To keep those sugars down? Don't miss this episode!

Go Healthy For Good! / March 26, 2015

The human eye is composed of many parts that work together. We receive visual images, focus them properly and send messages to the brain via the topic nerve. How likely is it that as we age, we'll face the possibility of losing our eyesight?

Go Healthy For Good! / March 19, 2015

Thirty years ago, when a cardiac patient was told there was nothing more that medicine could offer - it meant the end of the road. But Dr Caldwell Esselstyn thought he knew better. Find out how you can live longer by choosing your food wisely.

Go Healthy For Good! / March 12, 2015

Every 6 minutes, a woman is diagnosed with gynecological cancer. That's over 90,000 new cases this year alone. Those cancers cause 28,000 deaths, and some are called "silent killers". That's because women are often unaware of the signs and symptoms.

Go Healthy For Good! / March 05, 2015

Caffeine is one of the most researched food components on our tables today. And caffeinated drinks are considered an essential part of everyday life for most Americans. We're increasingly told it's a health food but can a drug be really good?