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7-Day Sugar Detox Plus Recipe Ideas

Starting off 2017 with a 7-day sugar detox was the best thing I could’ve done for my body. At the time, I was experiencing horrible digestive issues for the past several years and needed to do something drastic in…

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Multivitamins…Should You Be Taking One?

As a dietitian, one of the main questions I get asked is, “what daily supplements should I be taking?” Generally, my philosophy has always been to focus on the nutrients you consume through food and avoid counting calories or…

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Sprouted Grains And Their Benefits

I assume most people are aware that eating whole grains is better for their health, but what about sprouted grains? They seem to be making their way into the spotlight more and more– I started incorporating them into my diet just this past…

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Let’s Talk Probiotics

If probiotics aren’t something you incorporate into your daily routine, I hope that by after reading this you’ll have a better understanding as to why probiotics are so necessary for our bodies to stay healthy. Our bodies are comprised…

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Why I’ve Moved On To Matcha

I’m not a big coffee drinker. Actually, I don’t drink coffee at all. My stomach made that very clear to me 2-3 years ago during my senior year of college. I’d like to think of it as a blessing…

Nix The Sugar
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Nix The Sugar

Added sugars in food has been overlooked for way too long. It’s estimated that the average American eats about 22 teaspoons of added sugar every day– this adds up to over 70 pounds of sugar a year! The majority…

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Recap of 2016

To be writing a recap of 2016 blows my mind. How are we already entering the New Year??? I will say one thing, though; 2016 was huge for my professional career. I completed my dietetic internship, became a licensed Registered…

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Gut Health For Your Best Health

Our gut is referred to as the second brain for several reasons, one of which being that the brain and the gut are interconnected, therefore affecting the other in many ways. It’s amazing to see the advancement in science…