Covid-19: The Elephant in the Room
Yes, America, we’re fat and we don’t want to talk about it. But there’s good news amidst the bad… We can learn from this pandemic and change our habits and lifestyle to become healthier and boost our immunity at the same time.Health Benefits of Tea (and How to Cook With It)
Calling all tea lovers! Whether you enjoy a cold brew on a hot summer day or a hot cup on a cold winter night, tea has some great health benefits. Tea is brimming with antioxidants which protects the body’s cells from damage. Drinking tea is hydrating, boosts the immune system, prevents bone loss, and may help protect against heart attacks and stroke.On Making Food Thy Medicine
According to wellness expert and best-selling author Dr Mark Hyman, food is the most powerful medicine available to treat chronic disease. Chronic diseases like cancer, type II diabetes and hypertension have strong nutritional links, and can be reversed through diet alone. Nevertheless, almost 2500 years after Greek physician Hippocrates observed the link between nutrition and diet, the medical establishment in the West is yet to incorporate formal training in Nutrition into its medical school syllabus, and medicine as practised in the Western context is not healthcare, but sick care.Potassium Food Sources and COVID-19
Preliminary research suggests there is a connection between potassium and COVID-19. Potassium is critical for overall wellness under any health circumstances. Here’s how much you need and how to get it into your diet to help protect your overall health.Chocolate: A Treat for the Taste Buds and Your Health
Dark chocolate has been shown to provide several health benefits. Chocolate comes from the cacao bean, which is rich in plant-derived flavanols, a type of phytochemical found in many plant foods. Find out about the health benefits of chocolate, and why it’s okay to enjoy!Why I Love Blueberries
Over my 35 years of chiropractic practice I have always been interested in nutrition. Blueberries are high on my list to be included on everyone’s menu. This article will describe why blueberries can be important to our health. Included, in this report, will be a number of research studies showing the benefits of this amazing food.Stressed? Overwhelmed? How’s It Affecting Your Eating?
Stress eating is a real thing, especially in our current circumstances. If you’re facing something like that, this article offers a few tips for getting your food and eating back on track.Calcium for Good Bone Health
Calcium is a mineral vital to health and the most abundant one found in your body. You might recognize this nutrient from dairy milk advertisements. But, did you know that calcium is found in other foods too? Read on to learn all you need to know about this bone-building nutrient.Why Is a Nutritionist Talking About Gossip?!
This topic is a bit unusual for a nutritionist. It covers how I survived a gossipy college roommate and turned my aversion to gossip into one of my most professional qualities.The Potential Hidden Danger in Your Cereal
While cereal can easily fit into a healthy eating plan, you should be aware of your iron requirements before you pour your next bowl. It is easy to exceed your iron requirements with the wrong cereal choices, and the consequences of those choices could hurt your long-term health.50 Calorie Snacks: Something for Everyone
Choosing lower calorie snacks can keep you trim, along with meeting your dietary requirements for fiber and protein. And, if you need a sweet snack, read on to find ten options to satisfy your sweet tooth.Strong Bones: 5 Novel Foods for Osteoporosis Prevention
If you are aging, you need strong bones. If you don’t care for milk, here are five novel non-dairy foods that can help protect you from osteoporosis.