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RN Advice: Carbohydrates

February 2, 2016 by


Angela asks: Are all carbohydrates bad for you? First, let me explain what is a carbohydrate.  Any food that breaks down into sugars is considered a carbohydrate.  With that being said, that includes a huge range of foods such as breads, chips, pasta, sauces, etc., as well as fruits and vegetables. Carbohydrates are classified as simple or complex.  […]

RN ADVICE: The Christmas To Do List

December 15, 2015 by


I am betting that every one of us has a list that is much longer than the list in the picture and we are experiencing a lot of stress over that list.  I know in the past, my lists were very detailed. I put a lot of pressure on myself for the holidays to be […]

RN Advice: Quick Fix

November 24, 2015 by


Is there any product, diet or regime I can do to drop 10-15 pounds before the holidays? Please help!  Janie Dear Janie,  I love this question because this is a question that I think we all have at one time or another.  We have a special occasion, want to look our best and a quick […]

RN Advice

October 3, 2015 by


Angela asks: So this past summer I have let myself go.  I have joint achiness, reflux and of course gained more than I want to admit.  How do I get back on track? Great question Angela.  During the summer it is not unusual to get into a relaxed schedule and frame of mind.  The summer […]

RN Advice: Skin Care

July 1, 2015 by


Our skin is the largest organ of the body. It plays a very important role in the protection of our body as well as is a great messenger of our health. Wrinkles, rashes, sores, dry patches, discolorations, and acne are just a few of the signs that reflect our degree of health. Our skin is […]

RN Advice: What’s with My Appetite?

February 3, 2015 by


‘Why am I starving (or not hungry at all)?’ Just recently I had someone ask me why she did not feel hungry since she had cut out sugar and wine for her New Year’s resolution. I thought this would be a great topic to talk about. Our appetite is a great indicator of what is […]

RN Advice: Post Holiday Depression

January 5, 2015 by


The holidays are over, all of the hoopla is done and the dreary winter months are upon us. Do you ever wonder why the months following Christmas makes us feel frustrated, lonely, sad or depressed instead of energized and gung-ho? For many of us, we are affected by: A let down from stress adrenaline Lack […]