Posts Tagged with "the nutrition school"

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How The Nutrition School Changed My Career

By Lisa Hayim, MS, RD, TNS Before studying nutrition, I wanted to be healthy. I came across the same obstacles that you probably face…conflicting messages from the media, trouble socializing with my friends while maintaining my lifestyle, inconsistent workouts, and trying to find that healthy balance between loving healthy food without letting it become an… Read This Entry »

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The Best Healthy Gifts to Give this Year

Shouldn’t every gift you give help your loved ones live their most Nutritious Lives? We think so! That’s why our official 2016 Nutritious Life Gift Guide is filled with unique, healthy gifts for everyone on your list. Help your foodie sister-in-law stock her kitchen with tools for eating well in 2017 (organic artisan spices?), for… Read This Entry »

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Activated Charcoal: Should We Be Chugging It?

  by Molly Rieger, RD, NLC and Leah Silberman, MS, RD, NLC Activated charcoal seems to be the latest fad in the juice world. This “black magic” is being marketed as a powerful agent that helps you detox, fights bloat, whitens teeth, aids in digestion, and maybe even cures hangovers.  But before jumping on the charcoal… Read This Entry »

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Is Having Willpower Actually a Bad Thing?

You wouldn’t have polished off that pint of Ben & Jerry’s had you had more willpower, right? Weakling. But, then again, you tried to eat in moderation. And anything is fine in moderation, right? Besides, you had a guilt free dinner first, so you have no reason to feel guilty… If all those instagrams, pins,… Read This Entry »

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Guest Blog: What Are Essential Oils?

by Ronni Pitiger, NLC So exactly what are essential oils and why is everyone talking about them? Well, I’ll tell you. I used to think of essential oils as something that would evoke the woodstock generation, but there is so much more to discuss than your love or hate of the smell of patchouli.  … Read This Entry »