Tips On How To Reduce Cortisol Levels

By: Dana Yarn, RDLD It has almost become a cliché to be diagnosed with adrenal insufficiency or similar term. Adrenal insufficiency is related to excessive, sporadic, and/or low cortisol production. Some health professionals say that some practitioners use… Read More

Fueling Up For A Road Trip

Jodie Parus, RD, LD When you begin packing for your vacation or road trip this summer, don’t forget to plan for fuel along the way…for your body that is! Traveling can be exhausting, so you will want to… Read More

Summer Grilling Tips

By Dana Yarn, RDLD Grilling is a great way to prepare food at home, at a park, camp site or at a bonfire.  Grilling controls the fat content, maintains flavor and is a quick way to prepare a… Read More

Are You Getting In Enough Protein?

By Dana Yarn, RDLD We have become a very “protein aware” society, it seems like every diet book and blog emphasizes the importance of getting adequate protein.  It is hard to believe that some of us still do… Read More

The Stevia “Low Down”

By: Dana Yarn, RDLD When I meet with clients and we go over their current food logs I typically discover a vice or two.  One of the vices typically involves sugar or artificial sweeteners.  Stevia is my only… Read More

Is Special Kid Food Necessary?

Jodie Parus, RD, LD There may be times that you want to prepare a special treat for your kids, whether it be breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack. But, rest assured, it is not necessary to prepare something… Read More