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What is the most common nutrient deficiency in the American population?


We’ve all heard it over and over in our lives. “You need to drink more water!” The conventional idea is you need to drink about 8 glasses, 64 ounces, or about 2 liters of water per day. 598 more words

Nutritional Therapy

My Health Journey

As a child, I ate the standard American diet. In middle school and high school, I was thin but I ate a ton of candy and drank sodas daily. 996 more words


Get Your Veggies On!

We all know how good vegetables and fruits are for us.   From anti-aging, disease preventing antioxidants, to vitamins, minerals and fiber, fruits & vegetables are nutritional  powerhouses and the foundation of a healthy diet.   359 more words


Anti-Nutrients: What Are They and What Do They Do?

It’s been awhile! Sorry I’ve been MIA… but I have been working on something really great and hope I will be able to share it with you all very soon! 819 more words

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Put a Little Love in Your Heart This Valentines Day

By Cynthia Hill, NTP

Did you know that the health of the heart reflects the health of the entire body?    This is why it is so important to address and balance what we as Nutritional Therapists call the foundations of optimal health including diet, digestion, blood sugar balance, fatty acid balance, mineral balance, and hydration. 676 more words



Sauerkraut is an affordable, easy and tasty way of introducing probiotics (good bacteria) into your diet.

The fermentation process encourages essential bacteria such as Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria to flourish, aiding digestion as well as improving gut, brain and body health. 298 more words


February is National Cherry Month!

By Cynthia Hill, NTP

From the dark black cherry to the delicate yellow Rainier, these heavenly little bite size jewels are unquestionably one of my favorite fruits! 240 more words