Tag Archives: health

Goals Derailed? How to Get Back on Track After Summer

It’s that time of year. Time to let go of summer happenings, and move on to an entire new routine and schedule. For some of us, we may have fallen off of track with social festivities, and therefore, less time prioritizing ourselves and more time indulging in choices that may not be as beneficial for […]

This Teacher Got Her Life Back, Thanks to Caruso PTRD!

“Every day I was at the gym sweating up a storm, and months later, I still saw no results on the scale. My saving grace was when I found Michele. I finally feel that the effort that I am putting in is paying off! And to think, all it took was a couple of small […]

Meal Prepping: Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail!

During the week it’s chaotic. There is zero time (and energy) to come home after a long work day and cook up a nice meal for you and your family, not to mention how annoying it is to wake up earlier than you normally would to make a yummy breakfast (after all breakfast is the […]

The Key Factor to Increase Your Sport’s Performance!

My name is Thai and I have been an athlete for over 9 years. Sports that I have been involved in include wrestling, surfing, and kickboxing. One thing that all of these sports have in common is that they require a tremendous amount of energy. These high energy sports require proper nutrition to give a strong […]

Healthy Kids and Parents: Join Our SUMMER PROGRAM!

Childhood obesity is on the rise.  The following statistics are taken from the CDC, Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, last updated in 2017. The percentage of children with obesity in the United States has more than tripled since the 1970s. Among children today, obesity is causing a broad range of health problems that previously […]

Egg Yolks: What People Have Done with Them Besides Eat Them

Egg Yolks: Controversy? Or truly something to avoid? Recent research indicates that cholesterol in food does not have a huge impact on our body’s cholesterol in our blood. However, saturated fat and sugar seem to be linked to heart disease. Although an egg contains no sugar, and a small amount of saturated fat, I still […]

The Quick Fix is ALWAYS Too Good to Be True

If an advertisement claims something that sounds too good to be true, chances are, it is. Typically, when you hear of a new weight loss craze, the cycle goes something like pictured below:   Diet programs, meal replacements, weight loss products, fat burners, magic pills, and shakes…weight loss fads are all around us. It is […]

Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Come to Life!

Each year upon entering the gym from Thanksgiving through December, the gym appears to be a ghost town. You can get there at the peak hour, and still have 20 machines available for you to use. You feel the world is at your fingertips. Fast forward to January 2nd, 2017…and you can’t even find a […]

Surviving the Holidays With Food Allergies

The holiday season is upon us. It is the time of year for family gatherings, parties, and celebrations that only come once a year. The season of giving should be care free and stress free…or at least it should be if you are not the host of the party! When I ask a patient what […]

Easy Healthy Behaviors That You Could Have Been Doing Yesterday!

Wouldn’t you love to form a healthier lifestyle with little to no effort? Are you someone who thinks that feeling hungry means you are on the verge of shedding those troublesome extra few pounds? Can you relate to not having the time OR money to purchase and create healthy dishes? If one of the above descriptions sound […]