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How to Calculate Macronutrient Ratios that Work for You
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to diet, so how do you calculate your macronutrients in a way that benefits your health status, activity level, and lifestyle? Find out.
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How to Put the 80/20 Rule into Practice
There is more to life than food, which is why I'm a big advocate of the 80/20 rule. In this episode, we discuss all things 80/20.
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Is Refined Sugar Really Toxic?
In this series, we've looked at alternative sweeteners. But what about plain old white sugar? What about high fructose corn syrup? Read on for details.
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5 Reasons Why Concerns about Mercury in Fish Are Misguided
Guidelines say fish consumption should be limited to 12 ounces per week due to mercury. Here are 5 reasons why you shouldn’t take this advice at face value.
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6 Ways to Lower Blood Pressure by Changing Your Diet
High blood pressure can lead to more serious cardiovascular issues such as heart disease. Here are some simple ways to lower your blood pressure naturally.
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Ask the RD: Nutrition for Better Sleep and Gaining Weight on Paleo
Today, Laura and Kelsey are addressing listener questions on nutrition habits to promote better sleep and what to do if you gain weight on a Paleo diet.
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Ask the RD: All About Food Combining
In this episode, Laura and Kelsey discuss the proposed science behind food combining and techniques for eating to foster optimum digestive health.
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Health Lessons from International Cuisines: France
The French have one of the healthiest attitudes towards food. Quality of food is priority and mealtimes are a social time to enjoy family and friends.
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How Sitting Too Much Is Making Us Sick and Fat – and What to Do about It
Regular exercise is essential to health. Yet, people today are more apt to sit for long periods of time and it's having an adverse affect on our health.
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