Steve Amoils, MD Did you know that a study showed that an herbal combination of echinacea, propolis, and vitamin C showed a 55% reduction of illness and a 62% reduction in the number of days with fever per child in children (Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. VOL 158, 2004; 158:217-221)? Many of you have been faced with the decision of sending your … Continued
Teresa Esterle, M.D. There are many considerations when choosing a probiotic. Generally speaking, most people can benefit from taking one. We always recommend working with your provider to get a specific recommendation that is best for you. However, there are three things you should be particularly concerned with: 1. Picking a Quality Brand This is important, … Continued
Teresa Esterle, MD Springtime is a time when people often feel more anxious, and this year things are understandably worse because of the fears and isolation created by COVID19. Even though the country might not officially be back to “normal,” there are many ways to help ease anxiety now and get your mental health back … Continued
Guest Post by Katherine Mattox, RDN I love talking with patients about their lives and travels, and travel is a frequent topic that comes up in our sessions. Typically our conversations address the patient’s concern about how to sustain a healthy diet during different or uncertain circumstances. Unless a patient needs to uphold a structured … Continued
To reduce your need for antihistamines, consider eating an orange. This fruit contains two nutrients that are extremely helpful in reducing allergy symptoms: vitamin C and bioflavonoids.
Back-to-school preparation often coincides with back-to-sports training for many of our family members and ourselves. When we start a new school year, we are usually given a list of supplies that will help us to become great students. Here at AIM, we like to share with you our list of items to support yourself … Continued
Vitamin D3 is a very important hormone and trying to make it via sun exposure requires careful consideration in order to maintain healthy skin.
Unless you’re a physician or pharmacist, understanding supplement labels can be difficult. Let AIM help you with this task as we give five simply tips on how to choose a healthy multivitamin!
While it’s that time of year when most of us go through our closets and store away winter coats, warm sweaters and thicker pants to make room for lighter and more colorful clothing, have you ever considered spring cleaning your refrigerator or pantry in preparation for the upcoming season of fresh produce and healthier eating?
Our dietitian, Liz DeJulius, came up with some simple ideas that every family can easily implement to help reduce their food waste.