Chew on This with Kim Barnouin: Morning Alarms, Harmful Cosmetic Ingredients & Meatless Burgers
In this episode, Dr. Friedman and Kim chew on how your morning alarm sets the tone to your day and how you wake up can actually influence your health, an ingredient in cosmetics that is causing obesity in females and their offspring, and the latest meatless burger controversy. They also take listeners questions and share their favorite jitter-free coffee alternative, natural ways to remedy pain, and they discuss the latest “anti-fruit” controversy.
Marijuana Legalization and Kids
With marijuana legalized in many places, how should you talk to your kids about marijuana usage?Many states are legalizing marijuana for recreational and medical use. This adds complications for parents when discussing marijuana. The Federal government still classifies marijuana as illegal, even though 27 states have legalized marijuana for different uses. Parents must have age-appropriate conversations with children. Six percent of high school students report having used marijuana before age 13. Discuss short-term and long-term effects of marijuana. Listen as Dr. Margaret Stager joins Melanie Cole, MS to discuss marijuana.
EP 980 News of the Week
Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know. In this episode, Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.
Flu cases have surged early this year.
How to know if your fatigue is normal.
Obesity is being caused by processed foods.
What matters more for obesity risk, genetics or lifestyle?
Green tea drinkers, good news for you.
TV watching and kids in school.
As minimum wage rises, suicide rates fall.
U.S. cancer rates continue to drop.
Strides in lung cancer.
U.S. vaping deaths total more than 60.
GenX women are getting less sleep than other generations.
PLUS so much more...
EP 980B - Your Body in Balance: Food, Hormones and Health
How Not to Diet: A Proactive Guide for Achieving Lasting Weight Loss
We have more trendy diet fads than ever in history, yet obesity rates continue to rise. Dr. Michael Greger says "enough is enough." It's time for a different approach. His newest book is How Not to Diet , a weight loss guide that takes a timeless, proactive approach to achieving healthy and permanent weight loss. If you've grown tired of all these yo-yo diet trends, this episode is for you.