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Are You Getting Your Daily 8? (April 2020)

Maybe you’re not ready to get tested yet to determine your supplement needs or maybe you’ve been tested multiple times and are looking for a good supplement maintenance program.  You know should take at least a multiple vitamin-mineral (MVM) supplement but don’t know...

Incorporating Protein into Your Diet (March 2020)

Protein is found throughout the body is virtually almost every tissue and organ.  In fact, 20% of the human body is made up of protein.1 The building blocks of protein are amino acids which carry out many roles such as transportation of nutrients, supporting our...

Improve your metabolism for overall health (February 2020)

What is metabolism? Metabolism is the process by which your body converts what you eat and drink into energy.  Metabolism occurs around the clock, even when you are sleeping.  In fact, the term used for what your body burns at rest is called resting metabolic rate and...

Are You Ready for the Holiday Season? (December 2019)

It’s getting to be that time of year when family gatherings and holiday parties are a consistent part of our lives. The sweet and delicious aromas coupled with the nostalgic memories of grandma’s pies, cakes and comfort foods unravel our will power of healthy eating. ...

DCIS: Ductal Carcinoma In Situ (November 2019)

Ductal Carcinoma in Situ refers to abnormal cells contained within the milk ducts. Since it has not spread outside of the milk ducts, it is classified as non-invasive.   Many oncologists refer to it as stage 0 breast cancer. You may not feel anything, like a lump, but...

Nutritional Tips for Athletes (September 2019)

  Protein: Protein helps maintain and support muscle formation and repairs within the human body. It can also help with energy. According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, they suggest that athletes should consume between 0.5 to 0.8 grams of protein per pound...

What’s hiding behind your blood sugar? (August 2019)

You don’t just wake up one day and become diabetic.  In fact, there are virtually no symptoms that you may experience in early stages or in the pre-diabetes stage.  But then one day your annual blood tests come back and your doctor tells you that your Glucose was too...
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