About: Dr. Keith Kantor

Dr. Kantor has been an advocate of natural food and healthy living for 30 years. He is also on the Board of Directors for NAMI.org in Gwinnett. NAMI is the largest non profit in the United States dealing with Mental Illness including substance abuse. He has a PhD in Nutritional Science. He has also written three books(see http://www.drkeithkantor.com and http://www.namedprogram.com ). Dr.Kantor has also been on several hundred Radio shows, T. V. shows, Newspapers and Magazines, speaking on how to live a healthy lifestyle,

Articles By Dr. Keith Kantor

Food Choices: The Brain Uses Color to Help Us Choose What to Eat
Dec13

Food Choices: The Brain Uses Color to Help Us Choose What to Eat

Can Food Color influence our Food Choices? We tend to use our natural instincts to choose foods that appeal to us; the term “we eat with our eyes” is actually extremely accurate. People choose foods by using vision as the main sense, this explains the term “food porn,” with social media becoming a platform for chefs, nutrition coaches, cookbooks, and diet companies. The amount of staged meal pictures and...

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Can Eating Meat Increase a Woman’s Risk for Developing Heart Disease?
Dec03

Can Eating Meat Increase a Woman’s Risk for Developing Heart Disease?

Eating meat, specifically red meat has been shown to increase one’s risk for developing heart disease. Like most who are at risk for developing a chronic disease, additional lifestyle factors are contributing to the risk. If a healthy woman of optimal weight, with low stress levels exercises daily, does not smoke or regularly consume alcohol, eats a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, fiber, heart healthy fats, in addition to a...

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Lifestyle and Nutrition Strategies to Train Our Brain as We Age
Nov24

Lifestyle and Nutrition Strategies to Train Our Brain as We Age

There are well over 42 million people worldwide who have Dementia, which is actually a symptom of Alzheimer’s disease; both are directly correlated with the health and integrity of the brain tissues. Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia that specifically affects the memory. This disease starts out with mild symptoms such as short-term memory loss, mood swings, and loss of motivation. It then progresses into decreased...

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Sleep Deprivation Can Cause People to Eat More Calories
Nov17

Sleep Deprivation Can Cause People to Eat More Calories

Sleep is overlooked as one of the most productive strategies for both health and weight loss. We have been trained to cut out sleep as the best way to “get it all done.” Research has proven to us that lack of sleep over a period of time will lead to health complications including weight gain, obesity and related chronic diseases like diabetes. One night of poor sleep can negatively impact insulin levels resulting in...

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How Nutrition, Hydration, Inflammation & Body Flora Affect Autism?
Oct12

How Nutrition, Hydration, Inflammation & Body Flora Affect Autism?

Autism is defined as a mental condition, apparent from early childhood, recognized by difficulty in communication and relationship development with others specifically verbal and conceptual thoughts. Symptoms and/or concerns of Autism include: A noticeable delay in verbal communication. Consistent body movements like rocking. Inferior intelligence, but superior intelligence in specific subjects like math or art. In teen years,...

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