Author: drjoegalati

Overnight Oats: Morning Starter

A favorite recipe to share with our patients, this recipe is well received because of how easy it is to prepare, and how delicious it is to start off your day with.   Ingredients Base 1/2 cup rolled old fashioned oats 1/2 cup milk of choice (add more if a thinner consistency is desired) 1/4 cup […]

Your Personal Dashboard

For my end-of-the-year blog entry, I’d like to have everybody think about their own personal dashboard. What exactly do I mean by this? Well, everyone that has driven a car is familiar with the dashboard on their car. There are an assortment of warning lights that come on, alerting the driver that something may wrong […]

#PODCAST: Our Weekly Audio Update

Since 2003, I have been working with iHeart Radio, and hosting a weekly radio program, YOUR HEALTH FIRST. It airs at 7:00 p.m. central time on our flagship station, 740 KTRH in Houston. It is also streamed live globally on the iHeart Radio app. Our weekly #podcast is typically a recap or expanded version of […]

Looking Back at Our #Blog Posts: My Favorites

  Looking Back Over the past 20 years, I’ve contributed a lot of educational material to social media and the websites that we administer. One portion of the work we do is in the form of a blog, which is essentially short stories and opinions about items in the news and topics I feel are […]

#COVID19 and Chronic Health Problems: The Liver Connection

Here we are at the midpoint of 2020, and for the past several months we have been completely preoccupied and worried about coronavirus. Life as we know it has been put on hold, and every aspect of our life has been disrupted. COVID-19 In listening to all the stories about COVID-19, and the concerns we […]

Retraining Your Palate? Start by Unmasking Your Food

It can be difficult to eat more nutritiously when you’re used to eating primarily processed foods. A palate that is used to highly processed foods—sweetened, added salt, high fat—can sabotage even the best attempts at eating healthier. One study even found that foods high in sugar and fat are addictive. In the study, brain scans […]

The Ugly Truth About Liver Disease

The liver is one of the most vital and complicated organs in the body, involved in over 200 vital functions including manufacturing and synthesizing a wide range of hormones, clotting factors, cholesterol, and other proteins. The liver is my area of specialty, and it’s my life’s work to try to help people who are dealing […]

Want Better Nutrition? Start with a Healthier Kitchen

March was National Nutrition Month, but any month—any day—is a good time to think of ways to eat more nutritiously. One way to do that is to stock your kitchen with healthier foods—an ill-supplied kitchen may be the top reason my patients tell me that they don’t cook at home. For healthier eating, there are […]

How Can You Turn Back the Clock on Fatty Liver Disease?

Liver disease is starting to take center stage in the world’s chronic—and in some forms, potentially deadly—diseases. But it’s not news to me, or to the patients I’ve been treating for more than 25 years. That’s why I talk to patients every day about better nutrition. I want to help people avoid the problems I […]

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