Photo by Lachlan Ross on Pexels.com Recent studies support that rye is one of the best bread choices for gut health and promoting a healthier waistline. So how do you know what type of rye bread to choose? The best rye bread will be made from 100% whole-grain sprouted rye flour. It is denser and … Continue reading Chose Rye Bread for Gut Health and Weight Control Efforts
March 30, 2022 Key Takeaways: Nutrients and foods we eat can be of immense help in our pain relief efforts.Several spices, various fatty acids and plant compounds may promote relief from pain.Conversely, a highly processed diet such as the Standard American Diet can aggravate pain. Something changed with my body in the last two years. … Continue reading In Pain? Food and supplements may provide some relief.
January 28th, 2022 Nutrigneomix offers a comprehensive genetic test consisting of 70 genetic markers. This information can tell us why people metabolize nutrients differently. DNA is analyzed from a simple cheek swab sample. Genetic tests are based on the most robust scientific evidence. Test kits are mailed directly to your home and results are back … Continue reading Can Nutrigenomix Aid Weight Loss Efforts?
January 2022 Hope and vitality. These are the desires that often accompany the anticipation of a new year yet so many of us stumble and falter reverting to habits that do not serve us. How do we harness the hope and vitality we so desperately crave yet often feel inadequate or incapable of realizing? Psychologist … Continue reading Hope and Vitality for 2022
Photo by Geraud pfeiffer on Pexels.com By McKenna Redmore, RIT Senior Dietetic Student Reviewed by: Tami Best, MS, RDN, CDN If you are struggling with constant stomach pain, bloating, constipation, or diarrhea you may not be properly feeding your gut! Fermented foods have started to become a widely talked about topic in the nutrition world. … Continue reading Gut Health and Fermented Foods
Omega- 3 fatty acids can impact the immune system via many mechanisms. Most notable is its ability to reduce the production of inflammatory eicosanoids and cytokines. Complications from COVID-19 can arise when there is a large burst of inflammation in the lungs which can negatively impact the production of surfactant. Surfactant is needed to keep … Continue reading Omega-3 Fatty Acids
BJ Fogg, PhD of Stanford University has spent years researching the benefit of developing tiny habits. Now is not the time to abandon healthy habits, in fact, it is time to embrace them to position yourself with strength and resilience. Of course now is also not the time to overhaul everything and make huge changes, … Continue reading Tiny Habits
The gluten-free industry is booming! In fact, some are estimating that by 2021 the gluten-free market will account for nearly 5 billion dollars in food sales. Is it a fad? The answer appears to be yes and no. Some individuals are avoiding gluten because it is the trendy thing to do and perhaps are hoping … Continue reading Non-celiac gluten sensitivity…Should you avoid gluten????
It makes me sad to see people suffering or even just "getting through" their days. Nutrition is powerful!!! I've witnessed countless individuals take control of their lives when they learn how to harness the power of nutrition. I can help you with your unique, individualized functional nutrition needs for the Promise of Vitality. The clients … Continue reading The Power of Nutrition