Please come to our apple cider pressing event on Sunday October 13 between noon and 3 p.m. at the OHC orchard in Lincoln. Details inside.
Apple cider pressing at the Orchard Health Care orchard (a.k.a. Kanner Family Orchard) in North Lincoln next Sunday, 9/23/18, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Bring a 1/2 gallon jug. Come juice some apples for yourselves. OHC members and close family are invited.
Many recent articles on nutrition and dieting in various publications echoed what I have advised for several decades. I recap 10 of the major takeaways.
So-called “almondmilk” is not milk but an emulsion of a few almonds in water combined with chalk and vitamins. Let’s look through the marketing haze to find the facts.
Fish oil supplements do not prevent damage or death from heart disease or strokes, according to a new meta-analysis in JAMA Cardiology. But salmon is tasty.
Frustrated by the apparently simple problem of cleaning the oily residue – that adversely affects coffee flavor – from a stainless steel coffee carafe, I was determined to find an answer. As it turns out, the answer is really simple!
Another study demonstrates that salt-restricted diets are not needed for most people in their 70’s. People with important heart and kidney disease are another story.
Studies in exercise physiology may teach us more effective and efficient ways to exercise for our health. I intend to look carefully into this area.
Hip and spine fractures caused by osteoporosis are serious. We can detect and treat osteoporosis safely and effectively. Here’s a quick update.
Last month the USPS Task Force released a comprehensive analysis of studies that looked at possible benefits of vitamins and vitamin/mineral combinations in reducing cancer and preventing heart disease. The report reiterated that they found no evidence that vitamins helped either class of disease.