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The Good (and maybe not so good) news about Caffeine 

There was so much great feedback from my awesome Facebook Friends about what they want to see on my blog! I think I’ve got enough ideas and suggestions to last me until next year… 895 more words


Better nutrition now can make you and your future generations healthier

Author’s Note: Below is a reprint of the article I did for Chicago Ideas in 2015.


Among its many features, Chicago Ideas Week presented “Food as Medicine,” a panel discussion moderated by… 1,123 more words


Personalised nutrition - the science behind nutrigenomics

If our bodies could talk, what would they tell us about the foods we eat? What nutrients would they say each of us needs most? Well, science has come up with a way to help us figure out just that. 543 more words


C17-32a Eating for Ethnic Origin with Collin Ruiz

Choose Positive Living with Sara Troy and her guest Collin Ruiz, on air from August 8th 

Eating by Ethnic Origin  nutritional genomics (a.k.a. nutrigenomics)

The path to longevity and good health may lie in eating like your grandparents—or better yet, your great-great-great-great grandparents.  1,690 more words

Sara Troy Show Directory

Coming From A Nutritionist

I’d been toying with the idea of interviewing a nutritionist for a while now. The subject of what, how and when to eat has always intrigued people. 1,938 more words

Natural Compounds Help to Inhibit Prostate Tumor Growth- by Dr. Richard Firshein

Longevity is defined by the obstacles we must face as our bodies age. For men, one such obstacle is prostate cancer. It is estimated that one in five men will develop a tumor in their prostate. 239 more words

How to Prevent Environmental Toxins from Damaging Our DNA- by Dr. Richard Firshein

A new area of research targets molecules which are more prone to cause cancer, and natural ways we can help to prevent this. Recent scientific evidence has shown that specific toxins found in cigarette smoke, plastics, diesel, and ultra-violet radiation create damaging lesions within our… 320 more words