Video: Dr. Chin’s 2 Minute “Gourmet” Oatmeal
Nov18

Video: Dr. Chin’s 2 Minute “Gourmet” Oatmeal

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Dr. Chin’s 2 Minute “Gourmet” Oatmeal
Nov18

Dr. Chin’s 2 Minute “Gourmet” Oatmeal

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. In other words, breakfast helps kick-start your metabolism and help burn your calories throughout the day. Many studies shows that eating a healthy breakfast – especially oatmeal – lowers LDL (bad) cholesterol, and lower chances of diabetes and heart disease. Here’s a recipe for a quick, decadent oatmeal for days when you are in a rush and don’t have time to cook breakfast. I love this...

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Video: What do Red Meats, BBQs, and Cancer have to do with one another?
Jun30

Video: What do Red Meats, BBQs, and Cancer have to do with one another?

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What do Red Meat, BBQs and Cancer have to do with one another?
Jun30

What do Red Meat, BBQs and Cancer have to do with one another?

Have you ever rolled your eyes when you reached for a beef hamburger rather than a chicken burger while someone tells you that it will increase your risk of cancer? Well I hate to break it to you, but it’s true. There is research evidence to show increases in several cancers that are associated with high consumption of red (beef, veal, pork) meat and processed meat (sausages, some deli, bacon) . Read more at my blog about ‘bacon’  and...

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Video: Cottage Season is the New Christmas
Jun13

Video: Cottage Season is the New Christmas

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Cottage Season is the New Christmas
Jun13

Cottage Season is the New Christmas

It is fun to party and now that Christmas is no longer the season to drink and drive, I look to cottage life and discovering the new party adult scene. Not that I’m painting everyone with the same brush, that all you do is party at the cottage. However, I remain convinced that my worry time for my clients’ health and well-being is from May until September. All of us work hard to stay physically healthy during the fall and winter...

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