Archive for Nutrition – Page 2

A Parent’s Role in Nutrition Education – Tampa Bay Parenting

With busy schedules, work and school activity commitments, nutrition in thought is very important but when it comes down to providing our families with healthy meals we tend to miss the big picture.  With a billion dollar diet and exercise industry, we tend to think it is more difficult then…

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Service Foods Wins Second Place at Atlanta’s Healthiest Employers Awards

I had the honor of attending the Atlanta’s Healthiest Employers Awards, which honored 30 companies that make employee wellness a priority. I am proud to announce that my company, Service Foods Inc., won 2nd place for medium sized employers. We take employee health and wellness seriously and good nutrition is…

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Healthy Snacking with Collective Parenting Magzine

I recently answered the following questions about healthy snacking from Collective Parenting Magazine.  Stay tuned for the full article. Explain the importance of healthy snacks? Healthy snacks can help benefit energy levels, attitude and weight management in children.  If a child or teen consumes processed snacks full of empty calories,…

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Stay in Bounds with Your Super Bowl Snacks – AJC

By Helena Oliviero – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Sunday is not only a big game day. As fans everywhere prepare to watch the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots compete, there is another rivalry to keep in mind: you versus the chips and dip. In fact, the Super Bowl is the…

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Should You Go Gluten-Free? Kiwi Magazine

 Kiwi Magazine recently asked me a few questions about the pros and cons of going gluten-free.  Is it right for you? We’ve been seeing a growing trend of people observing “Wheatless Wednesdays,” meaning they don’t eat wheat on Wednesdays. (Also, restaurants may offer a special gluten-free menu on these days.) Is this…

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Healthy Recipes Using Seasonal Produce – San Francisco Examiner

Not only will shopping in season provide you with fruits and veggies that are at their peak for freshness and flavor, it is also budget friendly. Here are two healthy recipes using brussels sprouts and beets, both now at their seasons peak. Roasted Beets and Sweets Ingredients: 3 medium beets,…

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Honored to Answer Questions for The Dr. Oz Show

I was recently asked to answer the following questions by The Dr. Oz Show.  I’ll be sure to post the full segment as soon as it’s released. Do men get hungrier than women? Who feels hunger more intensely? Technically men eat more than women in most cases because their weight…

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Does a Gluten Free Diet Make Sense for You? – The Wall Street Journal

Is a gluten free diet right for you? I recently shared my thoughts with The Wall Street Journal. Why gluten-free diets make sense – Gluten free diets have been shown to be promising to those who have been tested for gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease (a condition where the body…

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Get Clear, Healthy Skin with Proper Nutrition – Men’s Health

Healthy skin can make or break a first impression.  The skin is the largest organ of the body and unfortunately it is exposed to several toxins throughout our daily lives.  Our skin absorbs toxins from air pollutants, the unfiltered water we bath and swim in, and the harmful chemicals in…

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Green Box League of Nutritious Justice Helps Combat Childhood Obesity – Southington Observer

Southington Observer –  By LINDSAY CAREY A Plantsville man helped write a book to help teach children and parents about eating healthy and staying active. Pete Crouth has been a chef for 30 years and over that time has enjoyed teaching young and inexperienced individuals about the field trade. He took…

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