Jenn Hand, author of ‘How to Be a Normal Eater’ will show you how to forget about willpower, forcing yourself to stop, swearing off overeating forever, rule-riddled diets, and all those torturous things that make you feel like a failure. Nutrition and gut health researcher, Amy Sheflin, will explain how balancing your hormones and gut microbiome
I am excited to let you all know that I will be co-hosting another FREE Talk & Taste event this month in Fort Collins! My co-host this month is Jenn Hand (http://www.JennHand.com/), a fellow Fort Collins health coach and author of ‘How to Be a Normal Eater’. This month’s topic: Overcoming obstacles to making healthy eating
The FoodPhd’s first ever Talk and Taste Event on September 12th was a smashing success! The event was so well-attended the last attendees had to sit on the floor, but everyone enjoyed the freshly made juice made by Certified Chef Michelle Cerise. Dr. Amy Sheflin spoke on Intermittent Fasting, approaching the subject from both a
Recent meta-analyses including both large and smaller study groups in China look at health effects of drinking green tea on a regular basis. The studies varied in size with the largest evaluating study groups ranging from 40,000 to 160,000. Despite differences in study design and populations across study groups, researchers found that every study showed
The USDA offers tips for finding your healthy eating style in their fact sheet for pregnant mothers. The tips include: Make half your plate fruits and vegetables Focus on whole grains (such as brown rice, oatmeal, or homemade popcorn) Move to low fat milk, yogurt and cheese or make the switch to a fortified soy
What is NUTRIGENOMICS? Genetic science has advanced at an incredible pace in the modern age. We can now look to our DNA to find out what genetic predispositions we have for developing certain diseases. However, even when an individual has a gene associated with a disease, the disease often does not actually occur. Why? Disease
1. Eat just enough.
2. Eat more fruits and vegetables, especially GREENS.
3. Don’t drink your calories.
4. If you aren’t willing to do the diet for the long term, don’t do it at all.
5. Aim for ZERO added sugars.
Read more to learn why…
The environmental benefits of eating less animal-sourced foods have been touted so frequently that this advice is “old news”. Suggesting that choosing plant-based diets could Save The World generates little excitement, despite attractive benefits that include less agricultural land use, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and improved health. However, recent research suggests that the effects of