February 22 2010

Understanding Your Cholesterol Numbers: What’s Normal and What’s Not?

This week’s show is on understanding your cholesterol numbers: what’s normal and what’s not. More important, how you can take charge of your eating to change unhealthy numbers into great cholesterol numbers. Darlene Kvist, LN and Anna Derhak, LN with special guest Greg Peterson share the latest research on good and bad cholesterol and where it really comes from.

February 16 2010

Feed Your Child’s Brain

This week the focus is all about brain foods for kids. Cassie Weness, R.D and Tamara Brown, R.D. are joined by Mary Hauge to discuss which foods promote focus and well-being and which foods create poor attention and behavior. What should your little ones be eating to have the best functioning brain? Tune in to find out!

February 8 2010

Fibroid Tumors, Endometriosis and the Effects of High Estrogen

Darlene Kvist, Licensed Nutritionist and Wendy Cates-Dancer, R.N. have a serious discussion about the effects of high estrogen such fibroid tumors and endometriosis. They explain how cutting out processed foods and adding in key vegetables and healthy fats will reduce inflammation and help your body detox high levels of estrogen.

February 1 2010

Nutrition for ADD and ADHD

Darlene Kvist, Licensed Nutritionist, Wendy Cates-Dancer, R.N. and Tamara Brown, Registered Dietitian discuss the role food plays in ADD and ADHD. They talk about how processed foods containing transfats, damaged oils and high fructose corn syrup may contribute to poor focus and bad behavior while real foods and healthy fats help the brain function better.