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Jonathan Galland is CEO of, an extensive online resource featuring the wisdom of leading doctors who share the powerful healing concepts of integrated medicine. Sign up for the free newsletter to get healthy updates, connect with him on Linkedin, join Pill Advised on Facebook, and watch videos on YouTube.

Jonathan Galland is a health writer who created over 100 recipes for the anti-inflammatory program developed with his father Dr. Leo Galland in their book The Fat Resistance Diet. Their book has been featured on the cover of Fitness, Glamour Italia, and Women's World and in publications such as The Washington Post, Body and Soul, Self and The Wall Street Journal. Jonathan’s work has been featured on and Bottomline Health and he has done numerous radio interviews including an appearance on Martha Stewart Living Radio.

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Uncovering Hidden Secrets of an Ancient Spice

(0) Comments | Posted May 14, 2014 | 11:09 AM

Do you believe in the healing power of traditional herbs and spices? That an ancient spice could help us cope with modern ailments?

Today the race is on to uncover the hidden benefits of turmeric, a spice that just might provide an alternative, drug-free approach to

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Lyme Disease Threat in Surprising Places

(6) Comments | Posted April 9, 2014 | 12:01 PM

If you are living in Connecticut, upstate New York, or Long Island you may very well be aware of Lyme disease, from friends and family who have had Lyme or even news reports. You may approach the outdoors with some caution, wearing long pants tucked into socks in an effort...

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Can't Stop, Won't Stop: Feeling Impulsive, Compulsive, or Addicted?

(2) Comments | Posted July 20, 2012 | 8:18 AM

Are there things you don't want to do but simply can't resist doing over and over again?

Are you having trouble stopping yourself from smoking tobacco or marijuana, or from drinking too much alcohol, snorting cocaine, gambling compulsively, pulling out your hair or engaging in other addictive or compulsive...

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Worse Than Sugar: What's in Your Soda?

(0) Comments | Posted June 11, 2012 | 3:31 PM

Could a sweetener really be worse than sugar?

Just to be clear, sugar causes a lot of trouble -- raising inflammation and contributing to insulin resistance, the metabolic syndrome, diabetes and obesity. But according to some research, high-fructose corn syrup outdoes sugar in important ways when it comes to...

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How to Impress Your Date With Asparagus

(3) Comments | Posted May 2, 2012 | 11:52 AM

Have you been looking to impress that special someone with your greenmarket chops? Your specialized knowledge of what is in season? You would hardly know it from the cold snap we've been having in the Northeast, but asparagus season is back.

Not your average everyday vegetable, asparagus is seen as...

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Crunch Time for Weight Loss

(18) Comments | Posted April 9, 2012 | 8:08 AM

If you've chosen to lead a healthier lifestyle, you've taken on a big challenge that likely includes many sacrifices.

One great hurdle is denying yourself the freedom to indulge in snacks whenever you want, especially those that taste great and are really bad for you. Since that is not at...

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Coffee vs. Diabetes

(11) Comments | Posted March 27, 2012 | 11:40 AM

Sometimes the latest health news talks about some obscure supplement you've never heard of.

Or a health food that has all the appeal of freshly-cut grass.

But not this time. Because today, I am talking about a deep, dark elixir that delights people around the world. A potion that provides...

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