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Dr. Robert Lustig

When I first started out as a nutritionist many years ago now, I attended so many functions and conferences (still do!) with incredible speakers. I did it for the knowledge, to better serve my clients, and to meet amazing people, many of whom I now call friends and colleagues. For those of you in healthcare,… Read More

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An interesting article on scientific research

Ascertaining the quality of research is so important if you’re trying to get to the root of something. This article offers an interesting take on this topic:  

Your Healthy Winter Skin


Your Healthy Winter Skin Wintertime is notorious for leaving people with dry, chapped skin, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are some easy tips for healthier skin. In the nutrition world the mantra is: if all else fails, support your liver. Your liver, like your skin, is a detoxifying organ and the… Read More

Stress Eating and Stress Non-Eating


Stress Eating and Stress Non-Eating You just lost a loved one to cancer, your job was ‘downsized,’ finances are a mess, your teenager is in trouble, you are taking care of an elderly parent and the aforementioned teenager? …Anything else you can think of that is causing significant stress? You find yourself with a spoon… Read More

Summit on Traumatic Brain Injury


For my health professional friends. From the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury- there is a summit which begins today. Click on the below link to register.

Physician Burnout: A Major Problem


Emotional exhaustion, loss of a purpose, risk of medical errors and a feeling of ineffectiveness. These are just a few symptoms a doctor may have when experiencing physician burnout. According to a study from the Department of Medicine Program on Physician Well-Being at Mayo Clinic, 54 percent of U.S. physicians had at least one symptom of professional burnout… Read More