Entries by Dr. Victor Marchione


Dr. Victor Marchione received his Bachelor of Science Degree in 1973 and continued on to do his Medical Degree at the University of Messina. He has been licensed and practicing medicine in New York and New Jersey for more than 20 years. He is a respected leader in the field of smoking cessation and pulmonary medicine. He has been featured on ABC News and World Report, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather and the NBC Today Show. As well as being on the Advisory Board for Bel Marra Health, he is also the editor of the Health eTalk newsletter.

20 Protein Rich Fruits to Include In Your Diet

The very word protein usually forms up images of meat, fish, and eggs in our mind. But protein can be obtained by consuming fruits and vegetables as well. Eating fruit for intake of protein becomes all the more logical due… 0 Shares |

Are Bananas Radioactive?

As bizarre as it may sound, technically all food items are radioactive to certain extent. This is because all food and other organic molecules do consist of carbon. Now coming to your query of, are bananas radioactive. Yes, indeed they… 0 Shares |

9 Ways to Make Popcorn Healthier

Is popcorn fattening? No it’s not unless you load it with calorie-rich toppings and flavorings. A cup of popcorn contains 30 calories. It contains one gram of dietary fiber per serving. Fiber makes you feel full for a longer duration… 0 Shares |

When To Take Apple Cider Vinegar?

Apple cider vinegar is considered to be beneficial to various health conditions. But consumption of this popular edible remedy must be done appropriately i.e. amount in which it is taken and time when it is ingested. So to know when… 0 Shares |

Apple Cider Vinegar Dosage for Optimum Health Benefits

Apple cider vinegar, a type of vinegar made from apples or cider, has a reputation for being beneficial to the health in numerous ways. But since it is a remedy for various health conditions, therefore it must be taken in… 0 Shares |

What your urine says about your health

Your urine can tell you more about your health than just how hydrated you are. Changes in color, smell, appearance, and even frequency can be the result of simple external factors or potentially more serious medical conditions. Different urine colors… 0 Shares |

How to Boost Glutathione (The Mother of All Antioxidants) Naturally?

It may be hard to pronounce glutathione (gloota-thigh-own) but if you forget to maintain it at optimum levels, you could be missing out on “The Mother of All Antioxidants,” as Mark Hyman, MD names it. Since every cell in the… 0 Shares |

Have You Heard About Walking Pneumonia?

Pneumonia, along with influenza, stands eighth on the list of leading causes of death in the United States, according to the 2011 mortality report of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Pneumonia is an infection which commonly affects Americans,… 0 Shares |

Did you know this about Benign Fasciculation Syndrome?

Before understanding what it means to have benign fasciculation syndrome (BFS), let us first know how fasciculation is defined—in neurological terms, it is the rapid, involuntary twitching or spasming of muscles in the eyelids, arms, feet or legs. While it… 0 Shares |

Best Advice for Treating Diarrhea : Prevent it to Deal with it

Diarrhea is a disease associated with frequent, unnatural bowel movements than your regular, resulting into loose and watery stools “until you find a treatment matching to the cause.” The reason why I mentioned that is because the disease can occur… 0 Shares |