Archive for health tips – Page 2

Health and Wellness Progams with NBC Pittsburgh

Benefits of All-Natural Health and Wellness Programs Many people want to improve their health and overall wellness but don’t know where to start.  Many also feel that they do not have easy access to all-natural, healthy foods and nutritional guidance.  Dr. Keith Kantor discusses this fact with Chris Moore of…

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Tough Questions about Obamacare with Dayton Daily News

The Facts and Impacts of Obamacare on American Health Care Dr. Keith Kantor answers some tough questions about Obamacare from Randy Tucker of Dayton Daily News. They discuss the impact that President Obama’s new plan will have on Americans’ access to quality health care.  The hard facts that they discuss…

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Nutrition and Lifestyle Management of Parkinson’s Disease

Written by Dr. Keith Kantor, PhD, ND and Dana Yarn, RDLD Nutritional and Lifestyle Care Suggestions Parkinson’s disease was first described by James Parkinson in 1817.  Currently it affects more than 7 million people worldwide and at least 1 million in the United States of America, with the average age…

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Impact of Obamacare on the Restaurant Industry with Bloomberg News Radio

How Will Businesses Feel the Impact of Obamacare? Bloomberg News Radio and Dr. Kantor discuss the impacts that Obamacare will have on small businesses, and specifically the restaurant industry. According to reputable data collection companies, studies have shown that 57% of small businesses will drop their employees insurance coverage and…

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How to Maintain Healthy Lifestyle Changes with WTBQ Radio

How to Stick with Your Healthy Resolutions Dr. Kantor talks with WTBQ Radio about making healthy lifestyle resolutions and sticking to them. By 2020, 50% of our population will be obese and have diabetes so it is important to keep these resolutions.  He suggests that you hold yourself accountable and…

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Link Between Artificially Sweetened Drinks and Type II Diabetes with Foodservice East

In a recently published article in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, a link was shown between the consumption of artificially sweetened drinks and diabetes. The link between drinking sugary drinks and type II diabetes has been known for a long time. It has been shown that diabetes type II…

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Healthy Eating Choices with the Chattanooga Times Free Press

Dr. Keith Kantor spoke with the Chattanooga Times about healthy eating choices and how restaurants will be affected by the new rules of Obamacare.  Now that calories must be shown on many menus, portion sizes are decreasing.  Is this to save money, and is this a good thing? Why do…

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How to Stick to Your Diet with Diabetes Health Magazine

Many people have trouble sticking with a diet or resolution longer than two weeks.  Dr. Kantor discusses with Nadia of Diabetes Health Magazine, tips on how to keep these resolutions and maintain a healthier lifestyle. He suggests many practical tips like setting adequate goals, maintaining a positive attitude and being…

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American Profile Talks with Dr. Kantor about Tips to Avoid Overeating at Parties and Get-Togethers

The holidays are behind us but that doesn’t mean the parties and temptations for overeating have past. Superbowl Sunday and Valentine’s Day are coming up soon and without a plan, overindulging is likely. Dr. Kantor discusses with Renee Elder of American Profile, how we can avoid this trap.  He suggests…

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USMS Swimmer Talks with Dr. Keith Kantor about Benefits of Brown Fat

Kristin Bender of USMS Swimmer talked with Dr. Kantor about brown fat and its benefits for cold water swimming.  In this soon to be published article, he will share information from recent studies which confirm that cold temperatures activate brown fat and cause the break down of regular fat for…

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