Author Archive | Mark Hyman, MD

Shredded Lemon Cauliflower

Today, we are featuring another tasty recipe from our friends at Fourth & Heart. Fourth & Heart makes delicious ghee from the milk of grass-fed, pasture raised New Zealand cows. This refreshing, anti-inflammatory recipe features their original ghee and it makes for a perfect complement to just about any meal. We hope you enjoy this […]

Travel Tips and Intermittent Fasting

Alison asks, “What are some wellness routines to add in addition to our normal routines while traveling? What additional supplements should I take while traveling?” I travel a lot; in fact, 50 percent of my time is spent traveling. If I didn’t keep myself healthy while on the road there is absolutely no way that […]

Broccoli Spinach Soup

In a recent Eat Fat Get Thin Challenge, we had nutritional chef, Mikaela Reuben, share helpful tips to make cooking easy and doable. Today, she is sharing a delicious recipe that is exactly that. This comforting, Pegan Diet approved soup is rich in vitamin C and fat soluble vitamins E and K. Enjoy! Click here to […]

Feeding Our Kids and Thyroid Health

Feeding Our Kids and Thyroid Health Our first question for this week’s House Call comes from Robyn. She wants to know what treats and snacks she can feed her young children, and she also asks if there are any special considerations that need to be taken into account when following the Pegan diet while pregnant […]

Shirataki Noodles with Kale and Chickpeas

You can enjoy “pasta” in this tasty, light and nutrient-rich comfort meal. This is a great recipe from my Blood Sugar Solution Cookbook. These plant-based noodles explode with fiber from the konjac root, and the shiitake mushrooms boast immune-boosting properties that keep you healthy and feeling great. Click here to view PDF version. 

Snacks for Athletes, Reducing Reflux and Gluten Sensitivity

Snacks for Endurance Athletes “What do you recommend for food and fuel for endurance athletes?” asks Dennis in this week’s house call. This is a common question that I get from readers and patients, and it is primarily because we’ve been lied to for so long. We have been told to carb load on things […]

Is Your Meat Eating Candy?!

My friend Michael Pollan says, “You are what you eat eats.” A few weeks ago, I read an article about how farmers are feeding their livestock candy. Yes, you heard that right. Skittles, Gummy Bears and other junk foods are sold to farmers to provide cheap carbs for livestock. I don’t know about you, but […]

Creamy Garlic Dressing

This delicious, protein-rich dressing is from my Blood Sugar Solution Cookbook. It can be used on salads or as a dip for meat, chicken or vegetables. Garlic is a fabulous immune-boosting, antimicrobial, blood-pressure-lowering, cholesterol-optimizing food. Click here to view PDF version. 

Food As Medicine, The Blood Type Diet and The Ketogenic Diet

I am so excited to share my new and improved House Call series with you. Instead of focusing on one submitted question per week, we’ll cover two to three questions submitted via video, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram! Have you heard of the concept of food as medicine? Have you ever wondered about the Blood Type […]

Rainbow Carrot and Brussels Sprout Salad with Pecans

My friend, Amie Valpone, is a chef and the best-selling author of the cookbook Eating Clean: The 21-Day Plan to Detox, Fight Inflammation and Reset Your Body. Your body will thank you for making one of her delicious recipes. One of my personal favorites is this rainbow carrot and Brussels sprout salad. This delicious salad […]

Are You Drinking Clean Water?

I recently shared with you a system that I had discovered — a new, inexpensive way to get clean water fast. AquaTru is the first countertop reverse osmosis water purifier of its kind.  It works right out of the box without any installation or plumbing required, and is actually far more efficient than traditional under-the-sink […]

Here’s the Downside of Antibiotics Your Doctor Might Not Tell You

“My doctor wants me to take another antibiotic for this cold that won’t quit, but I’ve read antibiotics damage the gut and even can make me fat,” a patient recently asked me. “I’ve read mixed reviews, and I know you’ve given them the thumbs down in the past, but really, how bad are antibiotics?” Firstly, […]