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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: Inflammatory State of Mind

March 30, 2013 by


I just returned from a wonderful relaxing week of vacation; sun, surf, good friends AND food in another country. Right away I realize my article for the newsletter is due in 2 days.  Oh my, I don’t think this will be good.  I have no idea of what to write about.  My brain is full […]

RN Advice: Inflammation and Lab Values

March 3, 2013 by


Last month at the suggestion of the Newsletter I watched Supersize Me again.  While the whole movie relays a powerful message, there was one particular message that hit home with me; Morgan’s lab results. For those who have not seen the movie, Morgan Spurlock undertakes a 30 day carefully monitored and documented experiment of eating […]

Sheri’s Rants # 57: FOR FASTER FAT LOSS…

March 3, 2012 by


Results.  That’s what you’re after, right?  You want to know, in as few words as possible, what to do to get the fastest results in the shortest amount of time.  This is the bottom line for anyone wanting to lose weight, right?  The multi-billion dollar diet industry has taught us to spend a lot of […]

Gettin’ the Gratitude – notes on Fueling

October 31, 2010 by


Peggi Ingram, RN I know many people struggle with fueling and I just wanted to present another perspective.   I remember eating all of that food and I was tired of the preparation, the packing, the planning and eating all of that food. It was hard. I had other things to do. My family had […]