An easy way to track how your blood sugar is affected by what you’re eating is to simply pay attention to how you feel for one to three hours after eating. For example, if you feel satiated with no sugar cravings after a meal and lack the desire for snacking, you’ve likely achieved the correct ... Read More about A Simple Tool for Balancing Your Blood Sugar by Nicole Kraft
With the change of Summer to Fall comes the delight of crisp afternoons and vibrant color displays as the trees drop their leaves to get ready for winter. It also marks the beginnings of cold and flu season. One of the most powerful ways to protect yourself from colds and flus is to build your ... Read More about Two Ways to Fortify Your Immune System for Fall by Anna Mattrioti
Cashew Cabbage Slaw Here’s a salad that takes advantage of many beautiful Bainbridge Island fall vegetables. It’s not only lovely to look at with its rainbow of colors, but, each serving contains a wealth of vitamins, minerals, good fats and immune boosting ingredients, so, eat and ... Read More about Recipe: Cashew Cabbage Slaw by Aimee Herb, nutritionist & mom
Approximately 1 in 8 couples have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy, something which can be attributed to the female partner about a third of the time, the male partner about a third of the time, and the combination of both partners or unexplained in the remainder of cases. This can ... Read More about Enhancing Fertility Naturally by Marina Smith
Health Tips For Your Family By Christa Hinchcliffe, ND Is your child getting enough sleep? Sleep is important for so many reasons: the body is reenergized, growth hormone peaks, the immune system is improved, mental health is protected, the brain is better able to facilitate critical thinking ... Read More about Is Your Child Getting Enough Sleep?