Archive for the ‘Diet & Nutrition’ Category


Winter Hydration

Jan 20, 2015

Compared to the rest of the country, we may not have a full-fledged winter here in San Francisco, but the weather still gets cold enough that people pile on their sweaters and cozy up inside. The colder temperatures also mean an increase in the amount of heat being pumped into our houses and work buildings. This […] Read More »

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Head Back to Your Roots

Jan 14, 2015

It’s cold and flu season, but that doesn’t mean you have to start worrying. If you read last week’s post, you’ll already have had a chance to detox your body from inflammation, which will help your immune system function more efficiently, helping you keep those pesky bugs at bay. Moving forward into the winter season, […] Read More »

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Beat Inflammation with an Easy Detox Program

Jan 6, 2015

Happy New Year to all! I hope that 2015 is off to a great start for all of you. I know that for many of us, the last few weeks of 2014 were unusually full of indulgences. Whether you filled up your plate with sugar cookies, attended wine and cheese parties, enjoyed extra portions of […] Read More »

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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Kidney Beans

Nov 12, 2014

As you look around, you’ll realize that most of what we eat and drink nowadays comes ready to sit on a shelf or hang out in your refrigerator for several months, if not years. I can’t argue that this isn’t convenient in many ways, but it’s definitely not how our bodies evolved to eat and […] Read More »

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How-To: Change Your Oil

Nov 4, 2014

If you’ve ever owned a car, you know that oil changes are an important part of your regular vehicle maintenance. Investing in new, quality oil helps your car to run more efficiently and saves you trouble later on down the road. The surprising thing I’ve found in my practice is that most of my patients […] Read More »

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Halloween Treats

Oct 28, 2014

This weekend I visited some friends and ended up varying my usual eating habits. That is to say, I went off into the (sugar-laden) deep-end! It started innocently, with just a few bites of cheesecake here and there, but the sugary treats kept coming. Let’s just say, it helped me to re-learn some very interesting […] Read More »

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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Pumpkin Soup

Oct 21, 2014

Even here in Northern California, where the weather is 70 degrees and sunny for most of the year, it’s starting to really feel like fall. There are crunchy leaves on the sidewalks, more and more people are breaking out their puffy jackets, and autumn colors are everywhere! Jack-o-lanterns are finding their homes on porches and […] Read More »

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Exploring Anti-Inflammatory Eating: Part 3

Sep 19, 2014

For the past two days I’ve been talking a lot about the anti-inflammatory way of eating that I recommend to many of my patients. It’s a lifestyle change that makes a big impact on your health and general well-being. I know this because I’ve seen countless patients experience relief after using this way of eating to detoxify […] Read More »

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Exploring Anti-Inflammatory Eating: Part 2

Sep 18, 2014

Yesterday I highlighted some of the health benefits of eating mostly anti-inflammatory foods. I hope you’ve had a chance to try this way of eating for yourself! If you haven’t had a chance to start yet, this sample menu may be just what you need to come up with some ideas and get the ball rolling.

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Exploring Anti-Inflammatory Eating: Part 1

Sep 17, 2014

In most of modern medicine, each symptom is given a neat and tidy solution. If your head hurts, you take some painkillers. If you get strep throat, you start on a course of antibiotics. This is a good system for many ailments, but in my experience treating patients, most people suffer from many different symptoms simultaneously that don’t all […] Read More »

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