November 15 2017

Natural Headache Relief

You have a busy day, don’t feel like cooking, so you order some take-out food and the next day you have an excruciating migraine. Every month you get a hormone related headache, why? Or, maybe you keep getting sinus headaches and can’t find the cause. 

There are natural ways to get relief and Nutritional Weight & Wellness has solutions for you. Listen in!


November 5 2017

The Nutrition Connection to Teen Anxiety & Depression

Is your teenager suffering from anxiety or depression? Did you ever think that what you eat makes a difference in your anxiety level? Listen in as we discuss how food and nutrition are critical for brain function.


October 30 2017

Boost A Broken Metabolism

You try to eat healthy and work out and you’re still not seeing the weight loss you want. Frustration sets in—what’s going on? We will help you discover why your metabolism may be broken and ways to eat to make your metabolism work better.


October 23 2017

Habits Sabotaging Weight Loss

You’re making progress on your weight loss goals and then, unbeknownst to you, one of your bad habits comes along and your goal gets sabotaged. And you have to start all over. Does this sound familiar? We’re here to share some habits that have held clients back in the past, and better yet, ways to move past them and onto your health goals. Listen in!


October 16 2017

Why We Need Animal Fats with Author Sally Fallon Morell

We’re joined by Sally Fallon Morell, founding president of the Weston A. Price Foundation and author of best-selling cookbooks Nourishing Traditions andNourishing Fats among many more. Sally is dispelling myths about animal fats and instead sharing why they are critical for our health, from protecting us from heart disease, helping with cholesterol and critical for fetal development, among so much more. Listen in!


October 9 2017

Nutrition for ADHD

In 2011 two million more U.S. children, ages 4-17 years old, were diagnosed with ADHD compared to 2003. Add onto that 5% of the adult population also struggling with distractibility, a short attention span, time management issues, disorganization, impulsivity or procrastination. Listen in as we share certain foods that can help the brain function better, resulting in fewer symptoms along with which foods don’t help.


October 2 2017

Is a Lack of Self-Care Sabotaging Your Weight Loss?

If you have been struggling with your weight, we have a question for you – is it possible that a lack of self-care is the cause of that struggle? It’s not often recognized but we’re sharing some of those self-sabotaging habits that many people have and don’t even realize. Listen in and get inspired for a fresh approach.


September 25 2017

The Importance of Eating Well During a Life Emergency

In the midst of a stressful life event, healthy eating often goes right out the window. However, that often makes an already hard situation much, much worse. We’re sharing today what foods can help you handle the stress of the situation, give you the energy to be as involved as you want to be and get through it in one piece.


September 18 2017

Tips for a Better Memory

1 in 10 Americans age 65 and older have Alzheimer’s and that number is growing every year, showing that we all need to be concerned with memory lapses. Since our brain is a very complicated machine we’re sharing what issues and foods could lead to memory issues and more importantly, what you can do today to protect your brain now and well into the future.


September 11 2017

Is Osteoporosis or Osteopenia In Your Future?

Half of those 50+ are at risk of breaking a bone and need to be concerned about their bone density. We’ll share warning signs and what you can do to help protect your bones, regardless of your age.

« Older episodes ·