Category Archives: Diets

Cold Weather Lunch (or Dinner) Ideas: Warm Salad Bowls by Cari Culp, RD

Do you find yourself getting bored with packed lunches, eating out frequently or having a hard time incorporating veggies into your lunch meal? Maybe you want some warmer lunch options versus the typical sandwich or salad now that the weather is getting cooler. Even though the cold weather is blowing in, we can still find… Continue Reading

Boundaries That Promote Peace by Lisa Johnson, RD

In my last blog I shared about pursuing peace as the foundation of a healthy lifestyle, peace with yourself being high on the list of priorities. I truly believe apart from that, every other effort to be healthy is in vain. I, like many others, wrestled with eating disorders when I was young(er). Honestly, it… Continue Reading

Have You Eaten Your Broccoli Sprouts Today? by Cari Culp, RD

I am always encouraging clients to get the biggest bang for their buck nutritionally. After all, every opportunity we have to put something in our mouth is a missed opportunity to put something even healthier in our mouth. Something that fights chronic disease and promotes longevity! With unavoidable exposure to environmental toxins like air pollution… Continue Reading

A Better Approach to Comfort Food – Getting Comfort and Quality! by Cari Culp, RD

As we whiz into fall and chillier weather approaches, most people find themselves wanting more warm, comforting foods. I especially like comfort foods when it is a little chilly and rainy outside. With all the rain we will be getting this week and most people hunkering down indoors, I thought I would share some of… Continue Reading

Hushup and Hustle by Lisa Johnson, RD

For many this is back-to-school week. Talk about a hustle! One thing we need at times like this is a quick, healthy breakfast to start the day on a positive note. I am a fan of these new products and have enjoyed them myself on many rushed mornings. Hushup and Hustle makes Blender Bombs and… Continue Reading

Beginners Guide to Enjoying Carbs by Nicole Freeman, nutrition student from UNCG

Dozens of myths exist about carbohydrates, commonly known as carbs. As an advocate for health, a common battle we have to fight are incorrect health myths! Here I will address popular carb myths. Carbs are not good for your body. This is the scariest myth I have heard because the truth is actually the exact… Continue Reading

5 Keys to Healthy Digestion by Lisa Johnson, RD

Healthy digestion is a buzz-topic these days. Honestly, many people suffer digestive ailments. Digestive help has become big business with pharmaceutical companies filling shelves with products such as laxatives, stool softeners, enzymes, probiotics, antacids, and more! Complaints vary from chronic constipation to urgent diarrhea, to bloating, gas, and reflux. These symptoms do increase with age.… Continue Reading

Helping Our Kids Do Their Very Best This School Year, by Cari Culp, RD

With a new school year approaching, I would like to take a moment to emphasize the importance of packing a healthy lunch for children. It is well know that nutrition plays a major roll in a child’s school performance. Proper nutrition also keeps them well and well-behaved! The reason I emphasize “packing” lunch for your… Continue Reading