‘polycystic ovarian syndrome’

How To Reduce Refined Grains

By Robyn Priebe

The new 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans was recently released and while many of the recommendations are not shockingly different from the 2005 guidelines, there were a few interesting changes. What caught my eye is the discussion, albeit it short, on reducing our intake of refined grains.  Previously, not much was mentioned about refined grains in these guidelines; instead there was […] Read more »

Omega-6 Hunt

By Robyn Priebe

Everyone and their brother is on the omega-3 bandwagon lately.  If you are not taking an omega-3 fatty acid supplement yourself, I bet you know someone who is.  Many people have been trying to increase their omega 3 fatty acid intake to get the health benefits this essential fat offers, however not everyone realizes that the other essential fatty acids, omega-6’s needs […] Read more »


Healthy Eating: Chicken Soup a Healthy Food for Pandas at China’s Wuhan Zoo

By Laura Brooks

People have sworn by their grandmother’s chicken soup to fight off fall and winter colds, and some research* has actually studied the potential health benefits of the age-old folk remedy. Now even Pandas are responding to a healthy dose of chicken soup! CNN reports that over-stressed pandas at the Wuhan Zoo in central China (due to the busy tourist season) […] Read more »

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Screaming (Louder) to be Heard

By Gina V.

There is a book that we carry here at Green Mountain called “Screaming to be Heard: Hormonal Connections Women Suspect, and Doctors Still Ignore” by Elizabeth Vliet, MD.  The title pretty much says it all, and it’s for those women that have repeatedly heard “it’s all in your head” from their doctors. One of those syndromes that are often not […] Read more »