Fresh Summer Salad
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Head Injury 101: Common Types of TBI and How to Spot Worrying Symptoms
As the saying goes: knowledge is power. In this week’s blog post, I discuss some of the most common head injuries and the worrying symptoms to keep an eye on…
It's not always obvious when someone is dealing with a TBI, as it is an invisible illness.
Symptoms can vary drastically, depending on the specific type of TBI someone has sustained as well as other factors like their diet and lifestyle.
If you're not sure if you or someone you love has experienced a traumatic brain injury, keep reading.
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Neuronutrition for Optimal School Performance
Is your child falling behind in school?
Is your teen unable to concentrate in class?
Are you concerned that your child may have a learning disability?
Are you a college or university student constantly stressed, fatigued, and feeling out of control?
Now that the school year is well underway, you may have noticed that your child is suffering in the classroom or lagging behind his peers. Perhaps he’s hyperactive and cannot sit still long enough to allow new material to sink in. Maybe your teen’s teacher(s) have contacted you about concerns with behaviour issues or inattention. Or maybe your worried about your college student’s poor eating habits while constantly burning the midnight oil.
If so, read on because the right nutrition can make all the difference!Read More
Eat Healthier With the Kids Using These Family Meal Planning Tips
Trying to get your whole family to be healthy can seem like a difficult task, but if you follow the family meal planning tips offered in this week’s blog post, you can help everyone be healthy!
In spite of the fact that over 75% of us claim that we focus on healthy eating, most of us aren't actually getting the nutrition we need.
When you take a look at the added ingredients, excess sugar, and over-reliance on fast food, it's not hard to see why.
With roughly 36% of American adults and 18% of children classified as obese, the question becomes, what can we do about it?
What concrete steps can you take to protect your own health and the health of your family members?
It all starts with healthy meal planning.
Yes, exercise is important, but it's what you eat that really makes a difference.
How can you ensure that your portions, nutrients, and of course, the actual taste, of the meals you make for your family is up to snuff?
Read on for family meal planning tips.
Choose THIS Over THAT: Healthy Food Swaps
Whether you have chosen to follow more of a Paleo, ketogenic, plant-based, or low-carb high-fat eating plan or if you are simply looking to improve your overall diet for general health benefits, the healthy food swap guide below should provide plenty of healthier options for you.Read More