Bill Gottlieb

Bill Gottlieb has spent his lifetime learning about and writing about health—and helping millions of Americans achieve their health goals.

He is a trained Health Coach and the author of 13 health books, including the bestselling Alternative Cures. He also authored Bottom Line’s Speed Healing, for which he was recently the featured spokesperson in an infomercial that was broadcast in cities nationwide.

Additionally, Bill has written hundreds of articles for many national publications, including Prevention, Readers’ Digest, Bottom Line Personal and Bottom Line Health among others.

How a Pedometer can Help You Reach Your Fitness Goals
Exercise & Fitness

How a Pedometer can Help You Reach Your Fitness Goals

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD | June 19, 2024

Pedometers are simple electronic devices that detect vertical movement at the hip and estimate the distance walked.

The Best Diet for Varicose Veins
Women's Health

The Best Diet for Varicose Veins

James A. Duke, PhD | June 17, 2024

Varicose veins are a condition that most people find unsightly. A diet for varicose veins can help to relieve some of the symptoms and pain though.

How to Start Exercising
Exercise & Fitness

How to Start Exercising

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD | June 16, 2024

Exercising is one of the best things you can do for your health. It is a free and incredibly effective…

What are Nutrient Dense Foods?
Food

What are Nutrient Dense Foods?

James A. Duke, PhD | June 14, 2024

Your life depends on nutrients. The seven major groups of nutrients are carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, and…

Why is Physical Activity Important?

Why is Physical Activity Important?

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD | June 13, 2024

The best medicine is physical activity, and dedicated exercise is one of the best forms of preventative medicine known. It…

Foods that Lower Cholesterol
High Cholesterol

Foods that Lower Cholesterol

James A. Duke, PhD | June 12, 2024

Changing the foods that you ear can impact your cholesterol levels for better or worse. A diet high in red…

How to Feel Your Feelings
Mental Health

How to Feel Your Feelings

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD | June 10, 2024

These days it’s well known that emotions and the stress they cause play a significant role in health. However, despite…

Natural Remedies for Erectile Dysfunction
Aging

Natural Remedies for Erectile Dysfunction

James A. Duke, PhD | June 9, 2024

Erectile dysfunction is responsive to natural remedies like diet, exercise, nutrition, and even certain smells.

Medicinal Foods: How Food can Heal
Food

Medicinal Foods: How Food can Heal

James A. Duke, PhD | June 7, 2024

Diet is linked to health outcomes, but nutritious healthy foods can also be medicinal foods that help to heal and prevent disease.

Statin Side Effects
Cardiovascular Disease

Statin Side Effects

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD | June 6, 2024

When they came on the market, statins were a “miracle medicine” that could prevent heart attacks and strokes, statins can have side effects.

Anti-Aging Foods for Younger Skin
Aging

Anti-Aging Foods for Younger Skin

James A. Duke, PhD | June 5, 2024

Wrinkles and the other effects of aging can be reduced by the consumption of certain anti-aging foods on a regular basis.

What do Hormones Do?
Diseases & Conditions

What do Hormones Do?

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD | May 26, 2024

Hormones are like bosses—they travel throughout the body via the blood stream, telling organs and cells what to do controlling your metabolism and growth.

What to Eat When you Have Pneumonia
Respiratory

What to Eat When you Have Pneumonia

James A. Duke, PhD | May 23, 2024

Pneumonia tends to dampen the appetite making it hard to eat, and harder to recover. In this excerpt we discuss what to eat when you have pneumonia.

Detoxifying at the Cellular Level With a Metabolic Cleanse
Nutrition

Detoxifying at the Cellular Level With a Metabolic Cleanse

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD | May 22, 2024

As a natural part of being alive you take in what you need, and expel what you don’t. This is the metabolic process and there are foods and habits that speed up the expulsion of toxins.

Best Foods for IBS, and Some to Avoid
Digestive

Best Foods for IBS, and Some to Avoid

James A. Duke, PhD | May 18, 2024

IBS is a disease that affects between 10 to 25 percent of adults in the United States. Doctors aren’t sure of the cause but can help control the condition.