While brewed tea is likely one of the most popular beverages worldwide, there is surprisingly little research on its health benefits. Larry Santora, M.D., explains the difference between black, green, white and herbal teas.
Larry Santora, M.D., expains which organic foods are worth the extra cost and which are not.
What are the ingredients in the various forms of non-dairy creamers, and which are healthiest? Larry Santora, M.D., reviews your choices and exactly how much non-dairy creamer you should add to each cup.
Designer waters have flooded the market, but does that mean good ol’ tap water isn’t providing you with the nutrients you need? Larry Santora, M.D., and Heidi Cortese explain which waters are the best and whether bottled water is worth the cost.
Vitamin D is vital for good health, but many of us do not get enough of it naturally. Larry Santora, M.D., and Heidi Cortese discuss why a daily dose is so important.
The label on your prescription’s bottle says to avoid eating grapefruit products. Why? Larry Santora, M.D., and Heidi Cortese explain why grapefruits and grapefruit juice may affect the performance of certain medications.
Pure, virgin or extra virgin — these labels do make a difference when you choose olive oil. Larry Santora, M.D., and Heidi Cortese explain why olive oil is a healthy alternative to butter and other oils.
Vintner Donald Sodaro, owner of Sodaro Estate Winery, explains the wine-making process, and Larry Santora, M.D., provides a primer on the healthy aspects of moderate wine consumption.
Larry Santora, M.D., and Heidi Cortese clarify the findings about coffee and its health benefits, especially related to diabetes.
Eggs have a brand-new reputation: They are good for you. Larry Santora, M.D., and Heidi Cortese crack open the facts about this “perfect food.”