How to warm up with healthy soup this winter

Don’t order soup at the restaurant Most soups you get when your order from a restaurant or a chain place will use ingredients to improve the consistency including starches. These soups won’t be as healthy as they appear. Some people want to try a cup of what looks like a healthy soup. A cup may … Read more

Canned Protein Options for Quick and Healthy Meals

Another canned protein option is Sardines. These are more common and may be easier to find. We’ve all probably seen them available in the store. Let’s not forget now at about point three ounces you’re getting 22 grams of protein. You’re also getting 1700 grams of omega three fatty acids, which is more than half … Read more

Which Teas Provide Warm Comfort and Good Health?

January is national tea month. And (this) winter being especially poignant for warm comfort with a healthy perspective, understanding the most functional aspects of common teas can help our patients make better choices. HERBAL (TEAS): Caffeine – none, Tannins – none (because this “tea” is an infusion of leaves, seeds and roots, not really a tea), … Read more

Seafood: Striving for Sustainability

We all know fish is one of the best things we can eat. – it’s a protein Superfood!  A concentrated protein source, good for cholesterol management and can provide a high, daily dose of Omega-3- fatty acids in just one serving.  It is one of the foods that really can be eaten on virtually any dietary … Read more

New Year, New You – Timing is Everything

Anything starts with the first step, an action taken. And we all know that navigating the food world takes some forethought. And, now for many, daily routines are so jam packed it seems challenging to fit in one more thing especially a new food plan. But we want to achieve a better way to eat … Read more

Glutathione – What is That?

Glutathione is our body’s number one antioxidant. It fights off viruses and infection and mobilizes toxins thus reducing our body’s stress load. It does this by protecting our cells and mitochondria (the energy producing organelle within cells) from oxidative damage, a main contributor to premature aging. It is the body’s ultimate free radical scavenger. Free … Read more

Diets Don’t Work, Understanding Your Food Does

The glaring, underlying culprit, macro nutrient is sugar (carbohydrates)! Protein need is determined with a formula based on one’s individual, clinical picture. The role of fats as seen in enduring diets, Atkins to Keto is much more generous. In our clinic we do hone in on a target amount and greatly focus on the type … Read more