You’re going on a trip for the next few days. Would you leave your medicine at home?
Dumb question, right? But many of you, who use food as medicine, leave your healthy eating habits at home. You either feel that you can’t do it or you let it slide, regretting it when you get home.
This week’s video is for all you travelers who want to take The Omni Diet program with you on the road. You may feel that it’s hard to do, but it’s not. It just takes a little bit of planning. I’ll show you how I do it.
This is my favorite question by far, because I get it so often:
“I feel hungry even after I have just eaten. Are there foods I can eat that will actually tell my brain that I am full?”
Let’s talk about how I boost my iron with this one little supplement that is more like a little-known protein. Then I’ll show you a vitamin that people say that they get 1,000 units a day in their multivitamin, but when they get checked by us, some of them have a level of 19.
Your brain. It can hold 5 times as much information as the Encyclopedia Britannica.
It creates newborn connections—making itself younger than your true age—every time you form a memory.
But without warning, you can wake up one morning not remembering all seven digits of your phone number. Soon thereafter, you’ve forgotten a person’s name. Even a loved one’s.
I’m going to share with you the kind of smart foods—snacks, desserts and lunches—that kids will actually eat!
No threatening and pleading required.
For many of you, when you hear the word “exercise,” the first thing that pops in your head is going to the gym and sweating. And the thing is, the world outside your door is a gym! The exercise can be a simple one-hour brisk walk around the neighborhood, or wherever you want to be!
Think of exercise not as a daily chore, but as a daily dose of natural medicine.
Of all my Ask Tana moments, this just may be your favorite. That is, if grains are one of your favorites (“comfort foods”), while you are trying to stop your sugar addiction at the same time.
This week’s video is going to really make you think about how you age and the drugs you take.