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STUDIO STL
October 18, 2022
Please visit the Center for Plant-based Living's website for more information on how you can drastically lower your risk for heart disease and stroke simply by adding more potassium rich foods to your daily diet. Also, learn how medical director + clinician, Dr. Jim Loomis, helps gets his patients off high blood pressure medications.

STUDIO STL
October 12, 2022
WE'RE MAKING BUTTERNUT SQUASH BRUSCHETTA FOR THE FALL ON STU

STUDIO STL
September 23, 2022

STUDIO STL
September 13, 2022
The days are getting shorter and the temps are cooling, it’s time to think about harvesting those delicate herbs you have outside. If you don’t have a way to keep them going inside, here are a few ways to keep enjoying the fruits of your herbal labor all year long.

STUDIO STL
August 17, 2022
These ears are good for your eyes and so much more!

STUDIO STL
August 9, 2022
We're talking about the difference between summer and winter squashes today on Fox 2!

EXAM ROOM
August 7, 2022
I'm a long time member of the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM- I was certified though their program waaaaaaay back in 2011) and continue to implement my education into my curriculum. As a big fan of the Exam Room Podcast, it was a thrill to be a guest!


STUDIO STL
July 27, 2022
Hearts of palm is a great substitute for fish in this easy to assemble vegan ceviche!

STUDIO STL
July 20, 2022
“Where do you get your protein?” That’s the question I get asked most often when talking about a whole-food plant-based diet. But guess what…plants have protein! If you watch a special on mountain gorillas or elephants, do you worry about where they get their protein? Probably not, but just in case, they get their protein from the plants they eat, as they are herbivores. Therefore, the protein you get when you consume animal-based foods, like steak or chicken, ultimately comes from the plants those animals ate.