‘Nutrition & Eating’

Hypothyroidism and Thyroid Replacements: Food and Supplement Considerations

By Robyn Priebe on 06/04/2014

When you’re diagnosed with hypothyroidism, you’re likely to be prescribed the medication Synthroid, which replaces the thyroid hormone T4 which your body is no longer making enough of on its own. As Jill described in her post last week, inadequate levels of thyroid hormones can cause a host of problems, not the least of which is a sluggish metabolism that […] Read more »

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Summer Breeze: Top Tips to Find a Fun, Feel-Good Balance

By Marsha Hudnall on 06/03/2014

I’ve always loved the song Summer Breeze by Seals and Croft. It conveys the light, airy feel of a carefree, happy summer moment. Breathe that thought in for a minute. Feels good, doesn’t it? Keeping A Healthy Balance Can Be Challenging In Summer But summers can sometimes be even more distracting and demanding than other times of the year. When […] Read more »

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The Great Diet Soda Debate

By Marsha Hudnall on 05/28/2014

Okay, this is one I have to weigh in on. Diet Soda And Weight Loss Study Conflicts With Previous Studies If you haven’t seen the headlines, they’re spouting the recent study that showed diet soda drinkers lost 44% more weight on a 12-week weight loss program than those who didn’t drink diet soda (they drank water instead). To be clear, while […] Read more »

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Healthy Recipe: Lemony Red Cabbage Coleslaw

By Robyn Priebe on 05/21/2014

Coleslaw Recipe for a Memorial Day Picnic or Anytime It’s almost Memorial Day, which means it’s time to pack the picnic basket. Coleslaw is the quintessential American picnic salad. Here’s a recipe for a different version but one that everyone who tries it loves. And of course,  it can be enjoyed year round. Try it in different ways, too — […] Read more »

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