Author Archive | Mark Hyman, MD

Holiday Spiced-Nut Mix

As a special treat, we’re featuring an easy, healthy and delicious nut mix for your holiday parties from our friends at Experience Life Magazine. Click here for PDF version. 

The First Step to Your Best Health: A Kitchen Makeover

“Dr. Hyman, over and over I find myself making unhealthy choices,” a reader writes. “Even while I am at home, I reach for something that I know is going to make me feel like crap. When dinner time comes around, I get so overwhelmed and end up making pasta or pizza. Please help me make […]

Sumac Tomato Jam with Pine Nuts

Not all jams need to be sweet. This tangy blend from Moon Juice Cookbook works as a topping for crackers and nut cheese, fruits and veggies, or unsweetened coconut yogurt for an unconventional but delicious breakfast. In addition to the pine nuts, you can use fresh mint, parsley, basil or oregano as a garnish. Click […]

Diabetes, Fat, and Sugar: Busting All The Myths with Dr. Carrie Diulus

Register for the Fat Summit 2 Free When we decided to put together another Fat Summit, I knew that I wanted my friend Dr. Carrie Diulus to co-host with me. I’ve only known her for a year, but it feels like I’ve known her forever. Dr. Diulus is the medical director of an amazing center […]

The Sugar Industry’s Big Cover-Up

Did you see the recent article from the New York Times about how the sugar industry paid scientists to downplay the link between sugar and heart disease… and instead shift the blame to fat? The documents revealing the truth about this coverup, discovered by a researcher at University of San Francisco, showed that decades of […]

Fat Does Not Make You Fat: What’s New in Fat Summit 2?

Can you believe it’s November 1st, already? With the holidays just around the corner, I want to help you avoid the weight gain, brain fog, fatigue and FLC (feel like crap) syndrome that strikes most people around this time of year. Which is why I’m hosting another free Fat Summit in just a few days. You see, […]

Jicama Fries

Jicama is a non-starchy root vegetable commonly used in Mexico and Southeast Asia. It has a crisp, juicy texture and a slightly sweet flavor. Use it raw in salads and slaws, or cooked in place of starchier vegetables like potatoes. These fries will be a hit with the whole family! Click here to view PDF […]

The Personalized Approach: A Conversation with Chris Kresser

We want the facts! We want an unbiased analysis of research and we want to know what works. That is exactly why I had to interview my friend and colleague Chris Kresser, M.S., L.Ac for my original Fat Summit. He is a globally recognized leader in the fields of ancestral health, Paleo nutrition and Functional […]

Dr. Hyman’s VIP Coaching Group

Did you read the recent New York Times article called, “This is Probably the Least You’ll Weigh All Year. Sorry”? According to population data, Americans are at their lightest in October and will gain, on average, 2 pounds by January. What’s worse, the article explains, is that the holiday weight gain tends to stay around […]

Coconut Curry Shrimp

Dr. David Ludwig was one of the greatest sources of inspiration for my book, Eat Fat, Get Thin. He is a physician and scientist who is doing research and publishing his results in the world’s leading medical journals.   His book, Always Hungry, offers a radical new way to think about weight loss and it’s […]

Biohacking 101 with Dave Asprey

Is butter back? What is the deal with coffee? What exactly is biohacking? Does calorie counting actually work? What fats should we eat? Which fats are harmful? My friend Dave Asprey and I had the chance to sit down this past February, during our first Fat Summit, to answer these important questions. Dave is the […]

Golden Milk

‘Tis the season of cool days and warm drinks! This comforting and healing golden milk is a recipe from my friend, Sarah Lefkowitz, who is also a nutrition consultant for my wellness team. Sarah’s recipes not only taste great, but are also good for you. This turmeric tonic is the perfect beverage to sip on […]