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In Style This Summer: Color-Coded Eating

July 13, 2011


The Tignum Color Code Body is a great reference to get healthy this summer!  It was developed by Tignum (Institute for Sustainable High Performance) Director of Nutrition, Patti Milligan, in an effort to help people understand that there is a synergistic effect of eating a combination of fruits and vegatables with different pigmentation.  Foods of different […]

Turning Japanese

February 2, 2011


The Japanese have the longest life expectancy and Japan has the lowest rate of obesity out of all developed nations.   These are for two reasons:  forced exercise and a healthy balanced diet.  Because Japan has one of the best public transportation systems in the world, people there walk more than people in the U.S.   Japanese food is generally low in fat and preservatives […]

Get These Skinny Snacks at Trader Joe’s

September 22, 2010


On a typical work day around 2-3pm I would always grab a soft chocolate chip cookie or brownie from our snack shop.  But now I store bags of healthy Trader Joe’s snacks at my desk.  Going to TJ’s is like going to a gym in Miami or LA, everyone looks so fit, including new mothers […]