Anti-Inflammatory

Scientists Discover How Cranberries Prevent Bladder Infections

by in Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Bladder Infections, Fruits and Veggies, Kitchen Sink, Research, Supplement Quality December 5, 2010

By Rod Newbound, RN, Anti-Aging Expert Although it’s been known for several years that cranberries can prevent urinary tract infections, up until now, the exact mechanism has remained a mystery. But in a newly published study, scientists at Worcester Polytechnic Institute say they’ve discovered the secret. They found that virulent bacteria, like the kind that […]

The 17 Grooviest Green Foods

by in Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Best, Constipation, Dehydration, Detox, Fruits and Veggies, Holistic Nutrition Tips, Kitchen Sink, Liver Support, Olive Oil, Raw Foods Diet, Superfoods, Weight Loss, Whole Foods Diet March 18, 2010

#1 Cabbage: Of course since we are celebrating St. Patties Day we MUST celebrate cabbage! Recently I went to an Irish Pub and ordered corned beef and cabbage, and was horrified to find out that the beef is “corned” because it is brined with corn sized pieces of salt! Hold the corned beef, but keep […]

Super Foods!

by in Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidants, Healthy Recipes, Heart Disease, Holistic Tips, Kitchen Sink, Memory, Pediatrics, Superfoods, Whole Foods Makeover June 26, 2009

By Dr. Nicole Sundene Introducing favorite superfoods and their recipes is an occasional feature here at the Kitchen Table. By gradually “making friends” with the most healthy foods from nature and learning how to incorporate them in to your diet you should notice a remarkable improvement in your health. Most superfoods are simply high in […]

Why Pomegranate Juice is Wonderful

by in Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidants, Fruits and Veggies, Holistic Nutrition Tips, Kitchen Sink, Preventative Medicine March 26, 2009

By Dr. Nicole Sundene When the Pomwonderful people asked me if they could send me some of their juice to taste and report on, I was thrilled because I am already a huge fan, as I mentioned in my articles on “How to Make Your Own Sports Drinks” and “Healthy Herbal Cocktails.” Plus all my […]

What Diet Is Best For You?

by in Allergies, Anti-Inflammatory, Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Depression, Detox, Diabetes, Diets, Holistic Nutrition Tips, Weight Loss, Whole Foods Diet March 10, 2009

Dr. Nicole, what is the best diet? The best diet is the diet that works for YOU. The best diet is something that you can healthfully follow for the rest of your life. The best diet for you is the diet that gives you energy, keeps your health in balance, helps you to be emotionally […]

3 Reasons to Care About Excess Sugar Consumption

by in Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Diabetes, Dr. Scott Olson, Guest Posts, Hypoglycemia, Kitchen Sink, Sugar December 4, 2008

I hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving Feast and did their best. If you are still struggling to get back on the Whole Foods Wagon I have invited Dr. Scott Olson, author of Sugarettes to chat with us about why we need to care about excess sugar consumption. Hi Dr. Scott, why is the title […]

Best Multivitamin 2008

by in Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidants, Juicing, Kitchen Sink, Multivitamin, Preventative Medicine December 3, 2008

The Best Multivitamin for 2008 Kitchen Table Award is granted to Whole Food Nation! Congratulations for formulating a fantastic whole food multivitamin at a reasonable price we can afford! Today I will be discussing why I chose the whole foods “Purple and Green Pops” as the best, so that everyone can understand what key features […]

Sauteed Spinach Recipe

by in Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidants, Cervical Cancer, Depression, Holistic Nutrition Tips, Recipes November 3, 2008

Today’s featured healing recipe is provided by ZestyCook.com! Spinach is an especially healing food as it is rich in folic acid and beta carotene. The root of folic acid comes from “foilage” and leafy greens are chock full of this nutrient shown to prevent cervical cancer and birth defects. Folic acid also has been shown […]