Dr. Mike Roussell

Dr. Mike Roussell, PhD, is a nutritional consultant known for his ability to transform complex nutritional concepts into practical habits and strategies for his clientele, which includes professional athletes, executives, food companies, and top fitness facilities. Dr. Mike is the author of Dr. Mike's 7 Step Weight Loss Plan and the 6 Pillars of Nutrition.

Q: I've been dealing with digestive distress. Is there any way to help alleviate some of my symptoms?

A: You may have heard about a newcomer to...

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Q: Is wild salmon better for me than farm-raised salmon?

A: The benefit of eating farmed salmon versus wild salmon is hotly debated. Some people...

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Q: I know which foods can trigger my acid reflux (like tomatoes and spicy foods), but are there any foods or strategies that soothe it?

A: Acid...

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Q: When I just don’t have the time (or motivation) to eat a balanced breakfast at home, what are some healthy options that I can and take to go?

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Q: Can taking a B-vitamin supplement help you overcome a hangover?

A: When a few too many glasses of wine last night leave you with a throbbing...

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Q: Are there any health benefits to the new wave of water alternatives?

A: Thanks to the booming popularity of coconut water, many new twists on...

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Q: Should I be concerned with the bioavailability of nutrients in food?

A: Yes, certain vitamins and minerals can interact with other nutrients in...

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Q: Should I change my diet as the seasons change?

A: Actually, yes. Your body undergoes changes as the seasons change. The differences of periods...

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Q: Should I take a probiotic supplement? 

A: The bacterial landscape of your digestive track is in a constant state of flux due to a variety of...

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Q: Are there any foods that can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s?

A: Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, accounting...

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