Rosemary – A Culinary Powerhouse By Nikole Randolph, MS, CISSN posted December 11, 2018 Once again the Mediterranean diet has made its way into the spotlight. It has been noted as one of the healthiest, most balanced, and easiest to follow dietary approaches to live by. Most people identify the Mediterranean diet as one rich in […]

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Practicing Mindfulness on Thanksgiving By Nikole Randolph, MS, CISSN posted November 21, 2018 As Thanksgiving Day quickly approaches, so begins the ‘Holiday Season.’ Traditionally, family and friends gather to commemorate the blessings of the harvest, expressing gratitude and thanks. But let’s not forget the turkey! Thanksgiving dinner is one of the most beloved meals by Americans. […]

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The Dangers of All-or-Nothing By Nikole Randolph, MS, CISSN posted November 14, 2018 How often do you find yourself slipping into an All-or-Nothing eating and/or exercise pattern? You might find yourself thinking something like this, “If I can’t hit the gym hard, what’s the point of working out?” Or, “What’s the point of trying to eat […]

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Healthy Halloween By Nikole Randolph, MS, CISSN posted October 29, 2018 Kids, big and small, are preparing for the spookiest of traditions. Haunted houses, jack-o’-lanterns, caramel apples, scary stories, and horror films have paved the way for Hallows’ Eve, also known as Halloween. This Wednesday, October 31st, there will be parades of kids in costumes, traveling […]

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Paleo, Ketogenic, IIFYM, low-FODMAP, Gluten-free? What’s Right for Me? By Nikole Randolph, MS, CISSN posted October 25, 2018 Every day I come across people confused by conflicting nutrition information, which isn’t surprising. We’re bombarded with a vast number of dietary trends making it increasingly difficult to navigate the nutritional landscape. Some of the most popular nutrition […]

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