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Be Healthy at Happy Hour…Something You Never Thought was Possible!

Summer months have you partying until the cows come home? In this area of Allentown, NJ, this analogy can totally be true! I love the farm life around here! Anyway, we can work hard and play hard without sacrificing your summer goals! Here are a few tips from the nutrition expert herself on dealing with […]

No More Turning Back! How to Keep the Weight Off

After hitting the magic number, you never want to see it go up again. You’ve worked so hard to get that number to where it is so you gotta make sure to keep that healthy lifestyle. Keyword is LIFE. Only 1/3 of dieters are consistent with their weight loss. This is why you should never […]

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 […]

New Year, New You: More Nutrition Insurance Coverage!

Can you believe it is already 2018? It may take me weeks to stop writing 2017 on paper, but as I am Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, I thrive on the New Year coming, for I love having the chance to help others achieve their New Year’s Resolutions. We all start them, but do we ever really […]

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 […]

Tired of Bloating, Gas, and Stomach Pain? Low FODMAP May Be for You!

For years, I suffered with stomach issues. After multiple tests, endoscopes, colonoscopies, and trips back and forth to the doctor, it was discovered I had a bacterial infection throughout my colon, colitis, and a hiatal hernia from ignoring symptoms and brushing my pains aside for so long. I had vitamin deficiencies, extremely low energy, and […]

My View As an Intern: Your Healthiest Recipe Contest

Over the years nutrition has always been important to me because eating better can help you mentally and physically. The kind of food and amount of food you eat can affect the way you feel and how you think. I have learned what good nutrition can do for the mind and body. Good nutrition can […]

Alcohol, Nutrition, and Underage Drinking: How Alcohol Affects Your Body’s Metabolic Processes

“Wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it. Right is right, even if no one is doing it.” Underage drinking is becoming prevalent in today’s society, even though it is a huge safety risk due to lack of knowledge, control, and overall the effects it has on the way the body absorbs nutrients. To […]