The likelihood of getting heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, and colon and endometrial cancers multiplies with decreased activity.
Heart disease is the number one killer of men in the United States.
There are two kinds of fiber and Dr. Shayesteh explains the difference between them and how both are beneficial.
Dr. Shayesteh talks about the difference between celiac disease and gluten sensitivity and a new genetic test that can help determine both,
Dr. Shayesteh said it has always been known that a Mediterranean diet is the best one for optimum health, especially heart health.
The doctor explains how certain foods affect a person’s sleep pattern, but also how a person’s sleep pattern can affect their hormones and i…
Dr. Shayesteh said many fruits and vegetables found in the produce aisle of the local grocery store have many dangerous pesticides still on …
New research shows every DNA strand has a chemical tagging on it called epigenomes, which are now considered the body’s command center and c…
There are many benefits to exercise, most of which cannot be seen on the outside.
A person’s metabolism is what controls weight gain and loss, so increasing your metabolism is an essential part of losing weight.
Women over the age of 40 have an especially hard time losing weight because of natural hormonal changes.
Dr. Shayesteh said human skin is the largest organ in the body and every 27 days, it regenerates itself.
Polycystic ovary syndrome affects one in every 10 women in the United States.
Too much abdominal fat increases a person’s chances of dying younger from heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and cancer.
Dr. Shayesteh said when a person’s intestine does not function properly, some common symptoms include abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea and…
Dr. Shayesteh said if diets worked, there would not be 136 million people in America who are overweight.
Dr. Shayesteh said new research shows sugar stimulates the pleasure center of our brain exactly the same way as illegal drugs such as cocain…
Since there is no cure for psoriasis, new research suggests that weight, nutrition and diet can affect the disease.
Dr. Shayesteh offers tip to help keep you heart healthy through Valentine’s Day.
Dr. Shayesteh said for the first time, new research shows a direct correlation between sugar intake and heart disease.