Updated Food Label – What is New?

Starting January 1st of this year the FDA launched a new food label. By 2021 all food manufactures will be required to update their labels. So what’s changing? We outlined six of the changes for you. 1. Servings The font is larger and bold, making it easier to read. It also reflects a serving size […]

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Risk Factors for Type 2 Diabetes

What is diabetes? According to The Art and Science of Diabetes Self-Management Education by American Association of Diabetes Educators, Diabetes is defined as a “chronic, progressive metabolic disorder characterized by abnormalities in the ability to metabolize carbohydrate, fat and protein, leading to hyperglycemia state”. A long-term hyperglycemic (elevated blood sugar) state can lead to organ […]

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‘Nutriarchy’ of Needs

Now, more than ever, we are all seeing firsthand how a shift in our environment and routine can impact our basic needs and our ability to achieve our ‘best’. Over the past few weeks I have encountered many individuals who are driven, successful and highly regarded in their fields feel as though they’ve lost the […]

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