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Dr. Phil Domenico is a research scientist and author of numerous peer-reviewed and trade publications. He worked for nearly two decades as a research director in infectious diseases and attained the level of adjunct Associate Professor at Stony Brook University. In that capacity, he invented a new class of patented antimicrobial agents currently approaching Phase 2 clinical trials. Having followed nutrition since the early 1970s, Dr. Phil has recently turned his research focus to support the science of dietary supplements. Since 2005, he has been a science communicator for several vitamin companies, and has written books, abstracts, major publications and trade articles on various topics in nutrition.
Eat the Fat, If It's Healthy Dairy
There is an enormous difference in quality among dairy foods, and most of it is problematic, even pathetic. Choose organic, grass-fed, full-fat dairy from brown, happy cows. The best of the bunch is plain, full-fat, organic, grass-fed yogurt, which provides the highest levels of fat-soluble nutrients without all the factory-farm toxins.
Salt is Good for You in Moderation
Salt intake is a highly controversial subject, thought by some to be highly detrimental and by others to be a minor consideration for health. The inconsistencies in studies on salt are explainable by the quality of the salt and other dietary factors that protect heart health.
Monday, February 4, 2013(2 comments)
The Foundation of Happiness is Good Nutrition
There's an art to promoting happiness, and it starts with healthy living. Nutrition is not the complete answer, but it sets the stage and provides the energy and stamina to deal with other issues. It also lessens inflammation, increase calming neurotransmitters, and improves metabolism to make for a happier body and brain. You'll be happy you paid attention to your health.
Saturday, January 12, 2013(3 comments)
It's Not Laziness, We're Just Not Well
Republicans think of Democrats as lazy people, dependent on government services. Yet, the problem is more about the growing ill health in this country.