Dietary fiber is an important part of our diet. Unfortunately, most American get far too little of this vital nutrient. In this video, Dr. Galati gives a brief outline to help get viewers started on a better path of wellness. Previously, Dr. Galati wrote a blog entry detailing what we all need to do in order to get the fiber we need.
Dr. Joe Galati explains the best way to consume a low salt diet that is best for those with liver disease, cirrhosis, and heart failure. He outlines foods to avoid and the dangers of salt substitutes. Avoid processed foods, and eat only fresh fruits and vegetables, along with fresh lean meat and fish. Contact Dr. Galati and his team at 713-634-5105 and visit www.drjoegalati.com.
Anna Stuchly is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with Dr. Joe Galati and the Liver Specialists of Texas team. In this video, Anna outlines three health tips to follow for good health and wellness. She suggests cooking at home, exercise, and having good communication with your physician. Anna Stuchly is available for nutritional evaluations to help manage obesity, diabetes, fatty liver, and metabolic syndrome. She also oversees the weight loss management program. Call her at 713-794-0700 to schedule an evaluation and visit www.texasliver.com.
Dr. Joe Galati has long been a supporter of making breakfast the #1 meal of the day-especially for children. Getting them started in the morning with a nutritious meal is key to their success. In this videoeas for parents, and those involved in the care of children. Watch it and be inspired.
Another segment for the 31 Days of Wellness.
Save the date! Dr. Galati's first Town Hall Meeting, which is being called the "Wake-Up Call, will take place at Houston's Health Museum, on Thursday, November 5, 2015, starting at 6:00 p.m. Sponsored by Your Health First Education, the mission of this event is to provide the lay public with the tools necessary to engage themselves, and those closest to them, in a discussion of health and wellness. So many complications of various diseases could be prevented, or diagnosed earlier, reducing complications, and far better outcomes. This "wake-up call" is to tell everyone that being a bit more aware of their body, and better understanding of how it works, will lead to far improved health and happiness. Information about the event: Location: Houston Health Museum Address: 1515 Hermann Drive, Houston, Texas 77004 Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Free parking, ...
Over the past several years, has been growing research evidence that individuals that have hepatitis C are at greater risk for developing scarring in the liver, fibrosis, and eventual development of cirrhosis. These patients also are likely to be overweight, have a superimposed fatty liver, diabetes, and increased levels of insulin circulating in their blood. All of these features trigger inflammation throughout the body, and especially in the liver, putting them at risk for damage and scar tissue development. We previously have discussed the role of diet and hepatitis C, and the simple truth is that there is no special diet specific for hepatitis C. We always recommend a diet high in fruits and vegetables, fresh lean meat, chicken, and fish, and the avoidance of processed foods. These processed foods are high and salt, sugar, and fat. They have very little ...