Diet

What's the Number One Risk to Your Health?

Mastering Menopause with Diet, Exercise, and Herbs

In the midst of the transformative journey through menopause, let’s unlock the power of practical strategies to manage its symptoms. Dive into this episode where I explore essential techniques for navigating menopause with grace. From the crucial nutrients your body craves—omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and magnesium—to the role of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds […]

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Loving Your Heart the Functional Medicine Way

Hey there, health enthusiasts! February is not just about exchanging heart-shaped candies and stunning roses; it’s also American Heart Month—a time to turn the spotlight on our heart’s health and show it some love the functional medicine way. At Living Well Dallas, we’re all about embracing health from the inside out, and we’ve got some

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What's the Number One Risk to Your Health?

How to Defeat Your Cravings with Dr. Glenn Livingston

Ah, the holiday season. It’s a time filled with joy, love, and… indulgence. Now, I know the holiday season can sometimes make us feel like everything goes off the rails when it comes to our eating habits. But fear not! This episode is perfectly timed to provide you with the tools and strategies you need

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What's the Number One Risk to Your Health?

Why You Should Try a CGM – Biohack Your Blood Sugar

Menopause is a natural biological process that occurs in women as they age, marking the end of their reproductive years. During this phase, women experience a range of symptoms due to hormonal changes, including hot flashes, mood swings, weight gain, and increased risk of certain health conditions such as diabetes. Managing blood sugar levels becomes

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What's the Number One Risk to Your Health?

Are Goitrogens, Phytic Acid, and Lectins Causing Health Problems?

Are you confused about which foods are actually good for you? Whether you’re a plant-centric omnivore or a vegetarian, this episode will provide valuable insights into how certain food compounds affect our bodies and how to navigate their consumption. As your host and a researcher, my commitment is to offer you valuable insights and knowledge

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Nurturing Your Circadian Rhythm for Optimal Wellness

Imagine a life where you wake up feeling refreshed, maintain consistent energy throughout the day, and effortlessly fall into restful sleep at night. The secret lies within your body’s internal clock, known as the circadian rhythm. This remarkable biological rhythm regulates countless processes, from sleep-wake cycles to hormone production and overall well-being. In this blog

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The Role of Genetics in Weight and Why One-Size-Fits-All Diets Don’t Work: Part 3

Are You Eating the Right Diet for Your Genes? Since we have established that genetics do in fact play a role in weight gain/ weight loss (see Part 1 and Part 2 of this series), let’s take a look at how this relates to the foods you eat. Some genetic mutations confer dietary advantages over

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The Dirty Word of Dieting: Plateau

By Betty Murray Has your weight loss come to a screeching halt? If you’ve been gradually and consistently losing weight, and suddenly notice that the pounds just aren’t coming off, you’ve probably hit a plateau. Although it can be frustrating, don’t let hitting a plateau discourage you. It is normal for metabolism and weight loss to

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