Sarah LoBisco's Blog
23 Hours AgoOur bodies are exposed to 100,000+ chemicals in our environment on a daily basis. According the 2010's CDC (Centers for Disease Control & Prevention) Fourth National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals, the average person has over 200 chemicals in their blood and urine samples. 75...Full Post
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On Nov 25Happy Turkey or Tofurky Day to all!
In my most recent blog, I provide a summary of the top health news of November 2013.
The topics include:
1. An anti-obesity vaccine?
2. Breast cancer and the soy controversy
3. The genetic roulette of our food supply
4. Our sad health statistics
5. New r...Full Post
On Nov 18
On Nov 11With one-third of Americans obese and the number rising, the calories-in vs. calories-out theory is being re-evaluated.
Many experts believe that calories and exercise are only part of the picture for optimal weight.
In my latest blog, I discuss the impact of environmental exposures on weight...Full Post
On Nov 04Exercise has been a major headliner since the report released on its benefits by the British Medical Journal in October. Specifically, exercise was shown to be at least as helpful as drugs for cardiovascular disease and diabetes prevention.
Recently, more articles have popping up on how exercise...Full Post
On Oct 28Did you miss all the wellness updates in the fall with all the back to school flurry?
No worries, I’ve summarized some of the best articles for your reading pleasure, all on one page.
Below are some of the topics included in my October 2013’s Top Holistic Health Reads:
HEALTH: Health Care...Full Post
On Oct 21October was an exciting month for supporting the use of supplements in wellness. A report at the end of September published by the Council for Responsible Nutrition demonstrated the cost savings and benefits of specific supplements for four different diseases. These diseases included heart disease,...Full Post
On Oct 15We are living in a time when our children are moving from fat to fatter. According to the American Heart Association, the numbers of overweight and obese children are leveling off; however, the amount of youth who are severely obese continues to rise. This puts our young at risk for many diseases that...Full Post
On Oct 08Celiac Disease, Gluten Sensitivity, and Gluten Intolerance
Many people cringe at the thought of giving up their mouth-watering treats of pastries, breads, and pasta. While most people are aware of the pleasure these foods provide, they may be unaware of how these common foods can cause havoc in...Full Post