Dr. Michael Omidi discusses research that shows how different environments impact eating. Socializing has been found to be good for a person’s health, but that may not be the case when it comes to eating in groups. New research shows that you may be more likely to eat more when others are arou
Dr. Michael Omidi examines a new study which says cutting fat is better for your health than cutting carbs. There has been a long running debate in the dieting world about what is better, cutting carbs or cutting fat. Anyone you talk to will voice their opinion. However, a new study found that reduc
In today’s blog, Dr. Michael Omidi discusses why obsessive calorie-counting is not the answer to a healthy lifestyle. Recent studies have shown a slight decrease in the daily caloric intake of the average American adult, dropping from 2,220 to 2,134 calories over a period of seven years. Here’s the
Dr. Michael Omidi discusses the benefits of limiting a child’s screen time for their health. Many people have advocated for children to reduce their screen time, the amount of time they are parked in front of a television, computer, or game system. However, many parents are unsure how to accom
Back in 2010, My brother Julian and I sponsored a charity Challenge Golf Tournament to benefit our community’s handicapped, special needs and disabled children. The kids had a great day of fun. Here is a short clip of the event.