Jay Williams, PhD answered:What role do nuts play in a healthy diet?
While nutritionists used to warn that nuts were the dieter’s downfall, we now know a whole lot more about these heart-healthy fats. Nuts are full of arginine, the amino acid that helps lower blood pressure. Nuts are high in vitamin E and other cancer-fighting antioxidants, which prevent damage to DNA and cells... Full Post
Hi Dr. Williams. Its nice to virtually meet you. I just ordered your book and can't wait to read it. I have a question for you. My granddaughter loves to eat chunks of butter. I remember doing this when I was a child as well. Is there a nutrition deficiency that causes her to want to eat butter like this? Thank you so much. I'm looking forward to your posts and getting started on your book. I'm sure it will help me help my clients as well.
The ongoing controversy linking cancer to soy -- the healthy, protein-rich alternative to meat and dairy products --is alarming. While there is some element of truth in these assertions, they are profoundly misleading.
Here's what you need to know: Not one scientific study refutes the fact that...Full Post