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July 16 2018

Slow Metabolism: The Bread Connection

Do you indulge in the bread basket when you go  out for dinner? Listen in as we help you understand how processed carbs lead to insulin resistance, slow metabolism and weight gain, so the next time you are faced with the bread basket at a restaurant, you can politely tell your server to please take it away.

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July 9 2018

LIfestyle Connections to Fertility

Research has shown that diet can help women avoid one of the most common causes of infertility – the problems associated with ovulation. Listen in as we talk about how what we eat affects all aspects of our health, including fertility, and how healthy fats and oils play a key role in fertility.

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July 2 2018

Osteoporosis: Bone-Building Food

Did you know that more women die of a broken bone each year than those who die of both breast and uterine cancer combined? Osteoporosis is considered a silent health condition, because you don’t have any signs or symptoms until it is too late. Listen in as we discuss the causes of bone thinning and what habits and foods support strong bones.

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June 25 2018

Reversing Prediabetes

Have you had a recent check-up at your primary doctor and been told that your glucose numbers are a little high, maybe even in the prediabetes range? It is estimated that more than 1 out of 3 American adults have prediabetes. Listen in as we talk about what food choices you can make to avoid Type 2 diabetes and get your prediabetes under control and into remission.

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June 18 2018

Can Stress Cause Weight Gain?

Are you gaining weight and you don’t understand why? Have you ever considered that the stress you are dealing with may be the cause? Listen in as we talk about how long-term, ongoing stress can actually lead to weight gain.

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June 11 2018

Anxiety and Depression in College-Aged Students

Here is a startling statistic, almost 40% of college students said they felt so depressed in the past 12 months that they had difficulty functioning – they had trouble studying, trouble completing assignments and lacked concentration and focus when taking tests. Why has there been such an increase in depression?  Listen in is as we discuss some nutritional connections to depression and anxiety and what you can do about this mental health epidemic.

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June 4 2018

Help with Cravings

To stop your food cravings, you first have to find out what is at the root of your cravings. Have you ever thought that maybe your cravings aren’t due to lack of will power, but could be caused by a vitamin or mineral deficiency? Listen is as we discuss the root cause of many common cravings from chocolate to carbs.

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May 20 2018

Asthma Relief

Do you or your children have asthma? Common signs include coughing at night or early in the morning, wheezing and shortness of breath. In today’s show, we’ll share some nutrition tips that you can use to reduce your asthma symptoms.

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May 14 2018

“Why We Sleep” Book Review

Lack of sleep is now reported as a major risk to our health. Sufficient sleep is important for mood, better memory, less anxiety, and even fewer aches and pains! Listen in as we review sleep expert and neuroscientist Dr. Matthew Walker’s book, “Why We Sleep,” to understand the science of sleep.

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May 7 2018

Health Is More Than Weight Loss

We are seeing more and more research from experts recommending that people should not focus just on weight loss, but rather, they should focus on overall health. So often, when people focus on low calorie, starvation-type weight loss plans, they become nutrient deficient, get depressed and regain the weight they lost and sometimes they gain even more weight than they had lost. Listen is as we talk about how you can practice healthy habits that will lead to overall well-being and better health, regardless of weight lost.

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