Vitamins – You are not what you eat, but what you ACTIVATE! The old adage, “you are what you eat” is dead wrong! Your are not even what you absorb from what you eat. Ultimately you are what you activate. Nutrients from both foods and nutritional supplements must be activated in either or both the small intestines and liver. Learn …
Eating plenty of vegetables can help reduce your risk for many chronic diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, stroke and certain cancers. For example, one 2010 study found that eating just one extra serving of leafy greens a day reduced the risk of type 2 diabetes by 14 percent.1
Part I: Jill Nussinow, Vegan Under Pressure, Part II: Allison Rivers Samson and Michelle Cehn, The Dairy Detox
Have you ever wondered why RAW milk is illegal? While the main argument by the FDA is that it has a higher chance of havingSalmonella, E. coli, or Listeria bacteria, the same can be said for many types of sushi and unpasteurized cider, believe it or not. Yet those are legal (with exception of New York’s Cider Pasteurization Law and other …
The Natural Nurse Ellen Kamhi PhD RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Registered Dietitian Beth Warren, author of Living a Real Life with Real Food: How to Get Healthy, Lose Weight and Stay Energized, – The Kosher Way! Beth is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and a New York State Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist with a private practice in Brooklyn, New York. Beth holds a Master of Science degree in Nutrition from Brooklyn College and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Yeshiva University. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine (DIFM) and Nutrition Entrepreneurs (NE) practice groups, New York State Dietetic Association (NYSDA) and the Society of Nutrition Education (SNE). Beth is also a nutrition expert for healthprofs.com, a part of the Kosher Food Blogger and Around the Plate blogging communities and a certified PreventObesity.net leader. She serves on the nutrition advisory board for the food company Tryst Gourmet.
Along with conducting nutrition counseling in her private practice for both pediatric and adult clients, Beth is the nutritionist at the Morris I. Franco Community Cancer Center and the head sports nutritionist for the Sephardic Bikur Holim, a not-for-profit organization. She also works as a consultant for schools and businesses to help organize nutritious and delicious meals and snacks, perform workshops, health fairs and lectures for clients including The Macular Degeneration Association and the Sephardic Community Center.
Through research and clinical experiences in varied healthcare settings including working with children with food allergies, Autism and ADHD, elderly in nursing homes, patients in a hospital with diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders, obesity, malnourishment, eating disorder or other medical conditions, Beth witnessed first-hand, the power of good nutrition in healing the mind and body. The commonality she discovered was the importance of cleaning up the diet as the foundation for healthy living. Good nutrition begins with eating real food. And real food is Beth’s real life. CONTACT:www.BethWarrenNutrition.com.