This time of year, the grocery store aisles are stacked high with fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs. What are the best ways to take advantage of the abundance of produce during this season? In this webinar, nurse practitioner Christen Rincker will describe the body’s particular needs during the summer months, discuss her top choices of late summer produce to eat along with their specific nutrients and benefits, and provide recipes to try at home.
Ready to reset, work on your longevity, or lose weight? We invite you to participate in our ProLon® Challenge, a group wellness tournament to help boost metabolism and improve cellular health. This month, you’ll receive a complimentary recipe book after the challenge. The challenge includes a 5-day Fasting Mimicking Diet meal kit ($250 value), a complimentary digital book of recipes, email encouragement throughout the week for motivation and accountability, and the chance to win a 75-minute Lymphatic Restorative Massage ($160 value).
Health problems are sometimes caused by food sensitivities that the body has developed to specific foods that are eaten frequently. The Elimination Diet can help uncover the foods that are the culprits. It can also help provide a structure to heal the lining of the digestive system. In this Elimination Diet Virtual Workshop, participants will meet virtually for four consecutive Mondays from 3pm to 4pm. We ask that you commit to all four visits in this workshop.
For a hearty, satisfying meal that keeps you feeling full for longer, dietitian Victoria Nieveen recommends butternut squash stuffed with turkey and quinoa, perfect for a chilly autumn day.
For a healthy fall snack, satisfy your sweet tooth with crispy spiced apple chips. This simple recipe provides a nutritious alternative to processed, sugary treats while satisfying your craving for the classic autumn flavors of nutmeg and cinnamon.
It's the last official day of summer! In celebration and farewell, Dr. Varsha Rathod gives us a simple recipe for a summer salad highlighting the color red.
Spice up your oatmeal with this healthy fall recipe from dietitian Victoria Nieveen. The complex carbs in sweet potatoes and oatmeal break down slowly to give you sustained energy throughout the day — a better alternative to simple carbs, which give you a quick burst of energy but can leave you feeling hungry later. Not to mention, it's also t-oat-ally delicious!