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CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

  • The nutritionist was very helpful. She asked good questions and was very knowledgeable and sensitive. I feel encouraged that I can be successful in reaching my goals.

    Florence Bratcher
  • The counseling session was great! The nutritionist was really accessible and helpful. Nice but firm about suggestions. This really helped me understand more about my diet. Thanks!

    Rebekah
  • The session was very informative and helpful. The representative was very knowledgable regarding nutrition and made some correlations with my goals and what I need to do to achieve them. She was also encouraging.

    Heather
  • Stefanie was very helpful giving me Ideas on how to add proteins and Omega 3s to my diet. All the while not to derail my weight loss efforts.

    Stefanie

THE FAMILY FOOD BLOG


The most reliable evidence-based nutrition information on child and adult nutrition.
  • Is eating late at night really THAT bad?
    Posted on Wednesday 26th July, 2017

    By Jessie Funchion, MS, RD, LDN   According to some recent studies, yes! In a study on meal timing and weight loss, participants who reported eating their main meal earlier in the day (before 3:00pm) actually lost more weight than those who reported eating their main meal later in the day (after 3:00pm). Energy intake, dietary […]

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  • Is soy healthy?
    Posted on Thursday 6th July, 2017

    by Jessie Funchion, MS, RD, LDN As of now, the research tells us that yes, the consumption of soy foods is associated with health benefits, including but not limited to: ·       reduced risk of breast cancer ·       risk of recurrence of breast cancer ·       decreased LDL, total cholesterol and triglycerides ·       reduced blood pressure ·       […]

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  • Milk Hormones
    Posted on Wednesday 21st June, 2017

    June is Dairy Month. All cow’s milk, like human milk, inherently contains growth hormones. Among the most publicized is bovine growth hormone (BGH), or bovine somatotropin (BST) – a hormone that cows naturally produce. The synthetic form, rBGH or rBST, is given to cows to extend the lactation period by increasing levels of another hormone, insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1), ultimately increasing milk production with less feed, less animal waste and less methane production.

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