Category Archives: Healthy Eating

Solving the Mystery of Sleep

Solving the Mystery of Sleep

There’s no question that every day feels busier during the fall. The days are shorter, and the sun sets earlier. This is the time of year of deadlines, yearly reviews, final exams, holiday parties, and numerous other life to-dos. Many people try to accomplish their daily to-do list by sacrificing their full night sleep. I myself have been guilty of thinking a late or all-nighter is the best way to accomplish everything I need to get done. Other people find that as their schedules get busier, their ability to have a full, restful night’s sleep gets smaller and smaller.Read More »

Letter to an Injured Student Athlete

Letter to an Injured Student Athlete

You are not alone. Did you know that, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, high school students account for an estimated 2 million injuries each year? Although this statistic is a fact, I know you may “feel” alone. Other feelings that may be surfacing for you are fear, sadness, anger, guilt and disappointment. These feelings can be frowned upon often by coaches, classmates and even parents. I want you to know that these feelings are absolutely normal and you wouldn’t be human if you didn’t feel them at times.Read More »






Nutrition and Dietary Supplements – Part Two

Nutrition and Dietary Supplements – Part Two

In part one of this blog, I covered detailed information about vitamins, minerals, B vitamins and Vitamin C. My overall basic recommendations for the beginning of a nutrition supplement program are below. As always, please consult with your physician before beginning any new supplements. Multivitamin/Multimineral general supplement. A single tablet can only contain those supplements…

Nutrition and Dietary Supplements – Part One

Nutrition and Dietary Supplements – Part One

This blog is about a simple and inexpensive start to a nutrition supplement program. As a registered dietitian/nutritionist, I get a lot of questions from clients about what nutrition supplements they should be taking. That’s a difficult question, because a nutrition supplement program is so individualized based on each person’s own needs. However, there are…

Food for your Mood: Chocolate

Food for your Mood: Chocolate

There are studies done on a myriad of subjects, but my personal favorites support consuming chocolate as a way to elevate one’s mood. J.K. Rowling had it right when she wrote about chocolate as the best remedy when attacked by a dementor. Read More »






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