Category: Healthy Tips

Your Skin is Your Largest Organ

Don’t Forget About Your Largest Organ! Our skin is our largest organ and biggest barrier against fighting infections. It aids in regulating systems in the body and helps with the absorption of vitamin D, which aids in fighting against different cancers, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and neuromuscular problems. As nutritionists, we preach about the importance of… Read more »

Just Say “Yes” to NO

What would you say if someone told you that a simple gas can improve overall health? If we increase this gas in the body, then we will slow down the aging of our arteries, lower inflammation, improve our immune system and reduce oxidative stress. People who are deficient in this gas may suffer from hypertension,… Read more »

Broccoli Sprouts- A Superfood!

  For full screen, click here  If there is one food that is a standout as a super food I would say broccoli sprouts are in the top 10. Broccoli spouts are a cruciferous vegetable that contains 50 times more antioxidants than mature broccoli. The key is to make sure you buy organic broccoli seeds…. Read more »

Fall Back Into Good Health

Ready to turn your clocks back?   With cooler weather and shorter days, we certainly feel the change in the air. There are more changes than the weather, especially this year. We anticipate change after the election, no matter what the outcome. We anticipate preparation for the holidays. With holiday catalogs already filling our mailbox, we… Read more »

Back to school: Transition Time for Better Nutrition and Health

     Although fall hasn’t arrived on the calendar yet, “back to school” is a time for transition.  The post Labor Day effect may affect almost everyone, even if you aren’t in school yourself or waking a little one up daily to get the bus.  Labor Day heralds in the beginning of fall and the end… Read more »

Healthy Travel Tips For A Feel Good Vacation

  Maintaining a routine while traveling can certainly be a challenge, and healthy eating and exercise habits are most at risk. Remember, our bodies are creatures of habit, but when we get off schedule during vacation times, our cells rebel. This may cause some of us to experience gastric changes such as bloating, diarrhea, and… Read more »