Booze Bust: Can Exercise and Alcohol Go Hand in Hand?

By Collette DeBenedetto Summer (aka drinking) season is upon us—sun, fun, barbecues, and brewskis with your broskis. Ah, the good life. But with shirts off, where are you going to hide the burgers and beer? You wouldn’t think of telling your buddies that you’re passing up the booze to watch your weight because, let’s be honest, you were Spring Break King … Continue reading

Sugar Is a Habit Worth Dropping

Even before I saw this segment, I had already cut out my sugar consumption.  No candy, no sweeteners, no soda, and certainly no high fructose corn syrup.  It was a shock to my system at first because I used to be a chocoholic, but now, I feel so much better.  The great thing is that when I do eat sweets on … Continue reading

Can Multiple Scleloris Be Cured with Healthy Eating?

This is a fascinating video about my greatest passion–food. Not in the “foodie” sense, but in the you-become-what you-eat sense. I have cut out 90% of processed foods from my diet, and I have noticed a huge difference in my well being and body composition.  My results are nothing compared to the doctor featured in the video, who believes that she turned back multiple scleloris … Continue reading

What’s Going Wrong With These Aching Knees? Cheng on Knee Pain—Part 2

By Dr. Mark Cheng, L.Ac., Ph.D, Sr RKC. FMS faculty In this second, three-part series on knee pain, I’m going to talk about some possible causes for knee pain. We’ll go over a couple which are relatively benign, and which should make you call your doctor for an appointment immediately. Click [intlink id=”360″ type=”post”]here[/intlink] to read Part I. More than … Continue reading

Knee Pain (Part 1)

By Dr. Mark Cheng, L.Ac., Ph.D, Sr RKC. FMS faculty The knee bone’s connected to the . . . In this first of a three-part series on knee pain, I’m going to give you a quick overview of how the knee works in relation to the rest of the body when it comes to exercise and optimal functionality. When starting … Continue reading