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Alexandra Queen, and Joseph Alpert

Should Physicians Suggest the Mediterranean Diet to Patients? Yes! (video)

Once again, research backs up the Mediterranean Diet as a healthy way to eat. Here, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Joseph Alpert and Assistant Editor Alexandra Queen talk about new research which compares the Mediterranean Diet to low-fat diets and low-carb diets. Read the research… Systematic Review of the Mediterranean Diet for Long-term Weight Loss

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Organic Chem or Nutrition as a Pre-Med Requirement?

Success in an undergraduate course in organic chemistry is one of the master keys needed to unlock the door to medical school. Organic chemistry became a requirement for admission to allopathic medical schools in 1930.1 In 2015 it continues to be required by 84% of allopathic medical schools and is recommended by an additional 11%.2 It is […]

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Juicing Is Not All Juicy

Juicing has become a popular health trend in the last few years. The term “juicing” or “juice cleanse” usually refers to a period of 3-10 days when a person’s diet consists mainly of fruit and vegetable juices. It is widely marketed as providing health benefits, including weight loss, flushing toxins from the body, and increasing […]

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