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Fran Sutherlin
Position: Staff reporter

Eat to heal: Transforming your body through nutritional wisdom

Have you ever considered that the food you eat could be the most potent medicine for your body, or conversely, a slow poison that undermines your health? If you're plagued by digestive issue...

Harnessing power of protein for diabetes prevention

November is National Diabetes Month. Do you have a family history of diabetes? Do you have parent, grandparents, uncles, aunts with insulin resistance, prediabetes or diabetes? If so, today’...

Stop counting calories – seriously

Every dietitian just lost faith me with the title of this article, but hang tight, it gets better. Calorie counting became all the rage starting in the mid to late 20th century, fueled by a...

IBS: The truth behind the myths and the power of diet

Irritable Bowel Syndrome, commonly known as IBS, is a term many of us have come across. But what exactly is it? The Mayo Clinic describes IBS as an intestinal disorder; however, its exact r...

From refined sugar to natural options

To be successful in reducing your sugar intake, it’s crucial to substitute it with healthier alternatives. This not only helps to reduce your cravings for sugar but also aids in resetting yo...

Navigating cholesterol: Insights for balanced health

High cholesterol increases the risk for heart disease – the leading cause of death in the United States. According to recent reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an ...

Vegetable oil: The harmful truth

Contrary to popular belief, the mere fact that vegetable oil is derived from vegetables does not make it beneficial to your health. Part of the blame for this is attributed to the food compa...

Is food thy medicine or thy poison?

Is food your medicine and supporting your health and healing, or is it your poison working against you and making you feel worse? If you struggle from aches and pain, digestive discomfort, h...

Should eggs be part of diet for optimal health?

Eggs have been a staple food for humans for thousands of years and for good reason. They are packed with an abundance of nutrients important for health. Eggs could be labeled a superfood fo...

It takes a system, not just a goal

Are you working hard toward your health goals or are you stuck in a state of “where do I start?” In coaching thousands of clients over the years, almost all come to me saying “I know what to...

Binge eating and nutrition therapy

Do you lose all control in the presence of certain foods? Do you eat until you are uncomfortably full or even when you’re not hungry? Have you been diagnosed with Binge Eating Disorder – BED...

Carbohydrates – how much do you need?

Your age, level of physical activity, muscle mass, medical history and lifestyle preferences should all play a role in determining your carbohydrate level. If you have more muscle mass, you ...