Author: Lisa Mittry, CNC, CPT

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8 Foods That Reduce Stress

Stress is a part of daily life and many people turn to food to relieve themselves from feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed. The problem, however,

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5 Healthy, Quick Work Lunches

A busy work schedule means that lunchtime can get hectic. Resist the urge to abandon your healthy diet and head to the nearest restaurant or

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Gluten: What’s All the Fuss About?

Some call it a real health concern. Others call it a fad. Gluten-intolerance seems to be everywhere and the marketplace is exploding with new, gluten-free

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Why San Diego Has the Healthiest Food

ABC News recently rated San Diego as the #5 happiest, healthiest city in America. According to the report, this has a lot to do with


Hungry? Try these 10 Nutrient-Packed Snacks

Just because you’re focused on fitness doesn’t mean you’ll never crave a mid-morning, afternoon, or before-bedtime snack. But if you truly want to be fitness-forward,


Pre- and Post- Workout Nutrition Tips

Getting enough to eat when working out is important for your fitness success. Choosing the right foods will help keep your energy levels up, ensure

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Just Zap It in the Microwave

How many times do you say that when your preparing something to eat? Can you remember the last time you were in a kitchen that

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How Insulin Plays a Critical Role

One of the endocrine system’s most important hormones is insulin, which plays a critical role in how your body uses food. When you eat, your

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13 Reasons to Change Your Salt

Not all salt is created equal. Pink Himalayan Crystal Salt contains all of the 84 elements found in your body. Some know benefits of natural Himalayan

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Probiotics for Improved Health

Probiotics are one of the top five recommended supplements. The word probiotic is derived from the Greek meaning “for life.” Probiotics consist of live, beneficial,

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Acid Reflux and Your Gut Health

As a Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, one of my many beliefs and that of numerous health professionals, is that “life and death begins in the