A new blood test detects cancer very early. Here’s how it works.
September 15, 2016 by Joel Fuhrman, MD Comments (6)

Uncontrolled cell growth and proliferation is one of the defining characteristics of cancer. Normal cells have safety measures in place to regulate the processes of DNA replication and cell division and to kill damaged cells before they can divide. Cancerous cells have accumulated genetic mutations that allow them to bypass these safety measures and continue to divide. ENOX2 – only found on cancerous cells – facilitates cell growth Before a cell can divide, it must grow to a certain minimum size. Proteins from the ENOX family allow for this enlargement phase of cell growth. I... Read More


Tips for Staying Healthy When Dining Out

August 24, 2016 by Johanna "Jo-Jo" Stefano, M.S.   Comments (1)

Dining out can be one of the biggest challenges when changing your diet. The good news is that you do not need to sacrifice your social life to gain superior health!&n  ... Read More

Eat Plant Protein to Live Longer

August 11, 2016 by Joel Fuhrman, MD  Comments (3)

A newly published article in JAMA Internal Medicine has investigated the relationship between (animal vs. plant) protein sources and mortality risk from almost 30 year  ... Read More

This Summer, Make a Resolution That’s Easy, Fun and Delicious

August 02, 2016 by Joel Fuhrman, MD  Comments (4)

New Year’s Eve is the traditional time for making resolutions to lose weight and improve your health. But when you think about it, summer offers many advantages  ... Read More

Add Flavor Not Salt

July 13, 2016 by Linda Popescu, MS, RD   Comments (14)

Have you been brain washed to believe that unsalted food is tasteless? Do you have problems imagining life without your salt shaker? When you start to cook Nutritar  ... Read More

View More