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Looking to boost your immunity during cold and flu season? It is not uncommon for many of us to hibernate at this time of the year.  Comfort foods, and sedentary living can set us up for bad behaviors, which can easily snowball. Being physically active and eating...

According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: “Supplements may be useful when they fill a specific nutrient gap that can not or is not otherwise being met by the individuals intake of food.” Does your child: Eat a variety of foods? Have a feeding problem that lasts for...

Fructose malabsorption is a digestive disorder whereby individuals have difficulty digesting the sugar, fructose.  This inability to digest can cause: bloating, cramping, gas, distention, diarrhea, fatigue, headaches, brain fog, mood changes, and constipation. What is Fructose? Fructose is a naturally occurring sugar that is rich in the...

If you have recently found yourself eliminating gluten and gaining weight, you are in good company. According to research by Daniel Leffler, an international authority on celiac disease and assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical school, the closer people adhere to a gluten-free diet,...

IS ORGANIC ANY HEALTHIER? Ensuring that your allergic child meets his/her nutritional requirements can be a challenging task. In your quest to provide the optimal diet, many parents ask me: Do I need to buy organic?  The reality is, there is no nutritional difference between organic and...

A gluten-free diet is one of the fastest growing nutritional movements in America.  According to the U.S. News and World Report, nearly 15-25% of consumers seek gluten-free products with sales reaching $6 billion in 2015. You might ask yourself if a gluten-free diet is appropriate for...

There is no doubt that fiber plays an important role in healthy eating.  Scientific evidence links high fiber intakes to so many health benefits, including: hemorrhoids, diverticulitis, lower blood cholesterol, cancer prevention, weight control, and constipation relief. The Institute of Medicine recommends dietary fiber intake for...

Is your gut is constantly on fire? Cleaning up your eating patterns is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions. When it comes to reducing inflammation, keep the 4 R’s in mind…. Reduce: your intake of irritating foods Remove: unhealthy microbial invaders Re-inoculate: with healthy doses of good...