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January 30, 2017

DNA Diet

You are an individual, and your health and nutrition requirements are unique. By using the science of genetics, you can personalize your diet, supplement and lifestyle strategies to optimize your health and well-being.
January 27, 2017

Fish with Pesto and Vegetables

Fish and veggies make the perfect summer dinner. Here’s a light an easy recipe (just the way we like it).
January 24, 2017

Getting SMART about your health goals

Many people look to the new year as a fresh start and may set a few New Year’s resolutions. This might happen in a small percentage of people these days, but an even smaller percentage will actually keep theirs.
January 17, 2017

5 Tips to get back on track in 2017

Happy New Year! Seems like the perfect time for a mind-body reboot wouldn’t you say? Especially after indulging in all those holiday treats. Here are a few healthy habits to start working on in 2017.
December 21, 2016

Tips to Eat Mindfully

Mindful eating is a great tool to help with weight loss and give you an improved eating experience. You can practice mindful eating anywhere from your desk at the office to your dining room table at home.
December 16, 2016

Mindless vs. Mindful Eating

It's December! Which means it’s time to be festive and get into holiday mode… I thought a topic on this may be useful to help prevent putting on some unwanted kilos.
December 1, 2016

Tuna Rice Salad

Instead of a rich mayonnaise dressing, try this Tuna Rice Salad with a homemade dressing. Wonderfully refreshing and healthy. Perfect for the upcoming summer!
November 29, 2016

Weight loss and Diabetes

If you are overweight or obese and have diabetes, losing weight can help improve insulin resistance and give you better sugar control. The weight loss that will help you see a difference needs to be approximately 5 to 7 % of your actual body weight. For example, if you weigh 110 kg, you would need to lose between 5.5 – 8 kg before you see any benefits.
November 25, 2016

Diabetes and Exercise

Whether you have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, or if you are at risk for diabetes, having exercise as a part of your lifestyle will certainly improve your condition and reduce complications.