Nutrition

Three Tips To Fight Sugar Cravings

June 16, 2015
3 Tips to Fight

I received the following email last week about sugar cravings. After typing up my response, I thought it would make a good blog post! Hi Kath!I love your blog and I really respect your nutritional standpoints. Your Baby KERF stuff resonates with me too. It’s great!I searched your blog and couldn’t really find anything on […]

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Mix And Match

June 12, 2015
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This post is sponsored by Olly Back in my nutrition school days, I recorded a food dairy and calculated all of the vitamins and minerals I was getting from real food. While I got plenty of a few of them (like vitamin A), I was definitely lacking in others even of the average of a few […]

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Got Hormones? Research Behind Milk and rBST

May 15, 2015
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Dietetic Intern Rachel is back this morning to share a little nutrition research about milk and growth hormones. Whether you guzzle whole milk or hemp milk, I hope this will provide a little depth into the dairy industry.  Milk. You’re either a fan, somewhere in between loving and hating it, or you can’t tolerate it at […]

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Snacks For A Road Trip

April 17, 2015
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This post is sponsored by Sargento Mazen and I are road trippin’ this morning, and I have a car packed full of entertainment. I have his kid song CDs, his tablet loaded with some Peppa Pig shows, a coloring doodle pad, some trucks, lots of books, a few new surprise trinket toys and lots and […]

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Alcohol: A Shot Of The Truth

April 2, 2015
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As part of her week with me, I had Blake research and write a blog post about a nutrition topic. Her topic was one that is near to my heart mouth: alcohol.  (I kid, sort of.) Take it away Blake! Oh, alcohol. It seems that people either have very fond feelings towards you, or ones that […]

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How To Gain And Lose 5 Pounds

March 25, 2015
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Lose Go on a trip to an all-inclusive resort days after the end of the holiday season. Decide you’ve had enough of eating all.the.food. Weigh yourself. Set a goal. Choose a very realistic, far out date to reach said goal. Remember that weight loss is a choice. You are 100% in control of what you put […]

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Guest RD: Overeating

March 9, 2015
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Welcome Jessica Penner, a Canadian Registered Dietitian here today to tell us about her experiences and advice with overeating! I was an active kid, but for some reason I had no endurance. After 10 seconds of running, I was out of breath with a burning stitch in my side. Apparently there’s a name for this: […]

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