Blenders aren’t just for margaritas any more! “Often called the Rolls Royce of blenders, the Vitamix whips air into your food creating a fluffy and light texture,” explains Marti Wolfson, Culinary Director at the Blum Center for Health in New York. And since one machine can chop, cream, blend, cook, grind, knead and churn, you can create healthy soups, smoothies, nut butters, your own whole grain flour and more.
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Dr. Oz has assembled a team of four doctors to talk about a new approach to treating and curing disease today. It is called functional medicine and the guest doctors are Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Wendy Warner, Dr. David Perlmutter, and Dr. Susan Blum. Functional medicine is a new trend that actually looks at a person’s overall health and treats multiple diseases at once instead of the old cookie cutter approach where each symptom was a different problem. This show was originally aired on January 13 of this year and you can see our full recap by clicking the link at the bottom of this page.
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Have you ever wondered what doctors Dr. Oz and his family see when they get sick or have any health concerns? Today, Dr. Oz puts together his own personalized panel of Fantastic Four doctors of functional medicine: Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Wendy Warner, Dr. David Perlmutter, and Dr. Susan Blum.
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Fast food is easy when you’re rushed, but it’s hurting your health—and your company’s insurance premiums. Still, there might be a way to save both.
For six years, Joe Perera worked as an accountant in Manhattan and spent long hours and late nights on the job. During tax season, when at his busiest, lunch was “pizza and cupcakes” and dinner was greasy, high-calorie fare ordered in from neighborhood restaurants and eaten hastily at his desk.
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Plenty of health fads go like this: Flashy food gets a publicist, becomes famous overnight, and disappears forever. Then there are the legit healthy heroes—the less-hyped-yet-hard-working kind that go about quietly for years before finally getting their moment. And let’s not forget the salad-bar staples that are forced into the spotlight when new research surfaces, highlighting yet another health benefit. Even the fittest bodies can have a hard time keeping up. Here are the ones you should get to know:
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