Diet

Want to Help Your Child Grow Big and Strong? Make meat a priority.

Nowadays there’s no denying that the vegan, vegetarian movement is in full swing. I was a vegetarian with occasional fish for 12 years, so I get it. I wanted to be healthy and do the noble thing by saving some cows from slaughter. I also wanted to leave less of a carbon footprint. With my …

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Just Say No to Juice. Common juice ingredients: lead, mercury and arsenic.

March is National Nutrition Month! The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics created this campaign to bring awareness and education to nutrition. This campaign promotes educating ourselves about food and nutrition, as well as incorporating physical movement daily. We can then be equipped to make better food choices for ourselves and our families, allowing us to be our …

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Be Grain Free. Why grains contribute to leaky gut and inflammation.

February 21st is National Grain Free Day. This is a pretty big deal in our family since I follow a ketogenic diet and my entire family eats a lower-carb, high-fat diet. Why? Because although grains are the world’s biggest source of food consumption, we as a society are sicker than ever. I followed a low-fat vegetarian diet with …

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Food Allergies and Children: The Hard Facts

1 in every 13 children have food allergies.  That’s 5.9 million children. And in just over a decade, the prevalence of food allergies in children has increased by a whopping 50%. But this population study was done almost a decade ago. Imagine the numbers in 2019. As a nutritional therapist, I see an uptick in allergies with my …

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