As any New Orleans native could tell you, staying healthy in this city is an uphill battle. Our party-centric culture encourages late nights, liberal drinking and lots of high-calorie foods.
There have been several new frozen yogurt places popping up around town over the last year or so. Frozen yogurt is an appealing and refreshing treat, especially in the sweltering heat of the summer. Many wonder … are some healthier than others, lower in fat and calories? There are a few differences.
When asked about the possibilities for women living with breast cancer today, Ochsner oncologist Dr. Jay Brooks gave New Orleans Living some encouraging answers.
We know good health when we see it. In the natural world, we recognize it in a thriving wetland or in the choicest ripe Creole tomato at the market (or—if we’re lucky—on the vine). In people, we recognize good health in those individuals who shine as examples of living one’s personal best: