Debt And Depression – The Misery Cycle

By: Ann Harper We’ve been through some interesting economic times, recently [1], and things still don’t look particularly healthy. One of the inevitable problems of living in a credit-based society is that a lot of people end up in debt. And debt is a huge weight on a great many minds. With mental health perhaps […]

A Long Term Detoxification Nutrition Plan

  By: Dr. Keith Kantor *photo credit- Readers Digest Canada You may think that you feel normal and some of the annoying symptoms you have to deal with daily like headaches, or stubborn weight gain is just part of getting older. You may be surprised to find that those symptoms could actually be a sign […]

How to Keep Skin Looking Supple

  By: Jess Walter Our skin is the largest organ in our body, and arguably one of the most important. Healthy skin is essential for absorbing vitamins and minerals while blocking out unhealthy environmental factors such as pollution and UV rays. Substance abuse can take its toll on your skin, but if you take the […]

How to get back on track after Super Bowl!

Superbowl Sunday and nutrition tips along with some strategies on how to stay on track as the New Years resolution will power fades.

Taking Care Of Your Primary Asset

First Line of Defense My iPhone announced this morning that Boulder, Colorado had just passed a new law imposing a tax on sodas. Yet another attempt at legislating health. We see the continuing uproar over proposed changes to our healthcare, specifically a wholesale revamping of Obamacare. Both scenarios point to an underlying concern for the […]

NewsMax interviews Dr. Kantor for Healthy Superbowl Ideas

Follow these tips for a healthy Superbowl party! Did you know that Superbowl Sunday the 2nd highest day Americans consume excessive calories?    

Port Arthur News – Clean Football Watching Recipes and Cocktail!

Fire Roasted Tomato and Olive Bruschetta Recipe modified and picture from our friends at This is a light but satisfying appetizer perfect for the pregame show.    Prep Time?20?MIN Total Time?20?MIN Servings?24   Ingredients   1 can (14.5 oz) organic fire roasted diced tomatoes, drained ¼ cup pitted kalamata olives, quartered ¼ cup coarsely […]

Evening Post asked us, “Why do we eat terrible while watching the big game?”

Why do we eat so many unhealthy foods when we watch sports? Because we view watching sports as party time, we tend to unwind and want finger foods comfort that we can eat easily while calming the nerves if our team is stressing us out.  What is the body craving that leads us toward them?  […]

Atlanta Falcons Inspired Game Day Spread

We are going to say loyal to our local team and keep the game day spread all black and red!  Go Falcons!   Falcon Fire Roasted Tomato and Olive Bruschetta * Recipe modified and picture from our friends at Prep Time? 20?MIN Total Time? 20?MIN Servings? 24 Ingredients 1 can (14.5 oz) organic fire […]

As Simple as ABC (part 2)

As Simple as ABC (part 2)    Last month’s column delved into the elements of gaining flexibility. It’s good to know the ‘how’ aspects but now we get into the specific benefits that come from a quality stretching protocol, the ‘why’. Any potential client of mine receives a handout listing 14 benefits for cardio, 12 […]