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Good nutrition doesn't come in a magic pill. Your body and well-being benefit most from eating healthy whole foods.

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~Lose weight without feeling hungry


Eat healthy

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~Improve your odds of living well into your later years


~Ease pain & feel the joy of living your life to the fullest


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Whether you need help navigating your local grocery market, learning how to formulate and cook healthy meals, or you need help lowering your cholesterol by making better selections eating out, I am here to help. I will work with you to find the right foods for your body and offer supplement and other healthy lifestyle suggestions as needed.Once you book your nutrition assessment consultation, you’ll receive an email explaining the process and to set-up a time for us to meet… as well as a health assessment form with 3-day food intake log to fill out and email to me before our session.

Vitamins for Vices

Thursday, April 17, 2014 @ 01:04 PM
posted by Therese

We all know the basics of what we SHOULD do…but doing all the right stuff for our health isn’t always fun, am I right?! We all remember our moms saying “Turn down that music or you’ll go deaf!”  Mom may not have been correct about going deaf but with all the ear bud use these days, damaged ear drums are a concern among physicians.  So what can you do if you like your music/games/videos loud? Here are a few vitamins for common vices:vitamins

  • Loud music or excessive use of ear buds/headphones? Take vitamin B9; eat spinach and/or bok choy
  • No weight training in your exercise regimen? Take vitamin D; eat salmon and/or eggs
  • Sun worshiper or tanner?  Take vitamin E; eat avocados and/or red bell pepper

 

Date: April 12, 2014
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Date: April 6, 2014
Once praised as a health treatment all by itself, sunlight has been relentlessly attacked by dermatologists and the cancer industry who have encouraged massive vitamin D deficiencies across the population. But now, as the importance of vitamin D is coming back to light, more and more people are turning to sensible sunshine exposure as a […]
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Date: March 31, 2014
Used throughout human history, nasal rinsing is a practice traced back to the dawn of civilization. But during the rise of the antibiotics era, personal hygiene took a back seat to the more “scientific” protocol of taking antibiotics instead of just rinsing your sinuses. But the age of antibiotics is now coming to an end […]
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Date: March 26, 2014
Whole eggs, it turns out, are very healthy when produced by truly free-range chickens that aren’t fed GMOs, pesticides and chemicals. Today, people recognize this again, and more people are not just buying eggs but even raising their own chickens. Egg yolks are known primarily for their high cholesterol content. But the medical research community […]
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Date: March 20, 2014
Giant food corporations COUNT on you not caring what goes into your body. Deadly chemicals, pesticides, heavy metals, GMO’s, sugar, trans fats and empty calories save them the work and expense of creating truly healthy, organic food – and they bank on you eating their junk anyway, to your own detriment.  Annual U.S. pesticide sales: […]
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Date: March 14, 2014
March is National Nutrition Month®. The campaign is sponsored by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly known as the American Dietetic Association), or AND. The 2014 theme focuses on providing tips for combining nutrition and taste to create healthy meals that follow dietary guideline recommendations. Sounds good, right? Keep in mind, however, that the […]
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Date: March 10, 2014
If you’re a fan of grilled vegetables in the summer, then you are sure to love roasted veggies as well. Not only does the high oven temperature release the vegetables natural sugars and make them taste oh-so-wonderful, but if you make a large batch, you can add roasted veggies to salads, casseroles, soups, almost any […]
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Date: February 24, 2014
Remove energy zappers. Skip the soda, sugary coffee and energy drinks. These foods may leave you buzzing for an hour, but will likely cause an energy crash.  Quench your thirst with water, fat-free or low-fat milk, low-calorie flavored water or unsweetened tea.
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Date: February 17, 2014
Most kids between 8 and 17 name their mother as their number one role model and their father as number two, according to a 2011 study by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. They watch and emulate your behavior more than you may realize. In the same report, more than 70 percent of kids said, […]
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Date: February 12, 2014
An article in the Guardian about wildlife crime listed several grim statistics. Among them, “Africa could lose one-fifth of its elephants in the next decade if the continent’s poaching crisis is not stopped. By the end of September, a record 704 rhinos had been killed by poachers in South Africa and 47 in Kenya this year. Figures […]
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