4 Easy Ways to Sneak in More Vegetables

Pop quiz: How many vegetables do you eat in a day? If you’re well below the two to three cups that doctors recommend, well, you’re in a very crowded club. A 2017 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that nine out of 10 American adults are missing the mark, when it comes to eating READ MORE

Surprising ways you’re sabotaging your digestion without realizing it

And proven ways to fix that heartburn, belching, stomach ache and bloat.  There are many factors involved in indigestion, says clinical nutritionist Marta Anhelush, however these are the most common. Indigestion cause #1: Low stomach acid ‘Our stomach acid is absolutely vital to aid proper digestion, especially when it comes to protein rich foods such as meat READ MORE

When You Use Food to Cope Emotionally

Understanding Food Addiction By Elizabeth Hartney, PhD  | Reviewed by Steven Gans, MD Food. Think about what it feels like when you aren’t able to eat. You start to crave food, and become more physically and emotionally uncomfortable the longer the cravings go on for until eating becomes the most important thing for you to do. This is the READ MORE

Why Childhood Food Allergies Are on the Rise (& What to Do)

I have some natural remedies that I keep on hand for seasonal allergies, but food allergies are in a different camp altogether. While seasonal allergies are annoying, food allergies can be downright deadly. And more and more families are being affected by them. What Is a Food Allergy? Food allergies occur when the body produces a specific immune response READ MORE