As we age, we are naturally exposed to free radicals from things like pollution or smoking cigarettes, which can cause cell damage and lead to common diseases. For this reason, a diet that is rich in antioxidants has many health benefits that can help protect and repair cells from the damage that is caused […]
Interested in learning more about Gluten-Free cooking? Join Chef Mary and me on June 11th, 2013 for a Gluten Free Cooking Class to learn how to make nutritious and delicious gluten free dishes.
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Are you feeling sad and blue? Did you know there is a connection between the food that we eat and our mood? We already know this right? What happens when you give a child a sugary snack? What happens when you drink alcohol or coffee? What happens when you eat something spicy? See the connection? Everything we eat either has a positive or negative effect on our health and our mood. So if you are feeling sad and blue, you simply need to start eating some of the foods that will make you feel good. Food that contains magnesium, serotonin, vitamin D and omega 3s. So, I thought it would be helpful to share 5 food tips that will help boost your mood.
Did you know November 14th is World Diabetes Day? Type 2 Diabetes is a lifestyle disease and enlisting the help of a Nutritionist can help you manage your symptoms. A Nutritionist can guide you make better choices to help you balance your blood sugars. A nutritionist can even help if you need to learn how to cook or need some new recipes!