Nutrition

Ayurvedic Tips to Invite the Light of Spring

by Karen Mandell Late winter to early spring, from March to mid-May, is a Kapha (Earth element) watery season of warming temperatures. Outside, snow melts, making the rivers full and muddy. Warm temperatures encourage tender young sprouts to grow, and everything around us begins to wake up after a long winter’s sleep. Our internal landscape reflects Mother Nature’s actions. Spring is

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Video Blog: Good Digestion Is the Foundation for Good Health

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAhdGOnkpnI] by Lara Zakaria, RPh HHC So much emerging research has come up recently connecting the integrity of the gastrointestinal tract (GI) with many health concerns. Most notable studies on depression (“Gut Bacteria May Exacerbate Depression” and “The gut-brain barrier in major depression“), this article on dementia, and this study on risk associated with cardiovascular disease. The new research doesn’t even scratch

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Jumpstart January With a Safe Detox

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-5YyfsizjU?list=UU1DeJwTUIN6ZQZL8H1AFeXg] In today’s video we’ll be talking about detoxification! This is one of my favorite subjects because I believe that toxins for many are at the root of inflammatory diseases. As a pharmacist, I study how the body removes toxins, and as a nutritionist I an interested in how removing toxins may improve health. For most people, the word

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Video Blog: 3 Most Confusing Nutrition Topics: Carbs, Fats, Labels

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTCWrP6rIGQ] Today’s video blog a little sneak peak of the topic we’ll be covering in our first Nutrition workshop @ Yoga in the Heights: The 10 Misconceptions about Good Nutrition. There is SO much conflicting and confusing information out there regarding what’s healthy and what’s not. It’s enough to make you give up! But hang in there… In this

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Labeling vs Logos: How to decode your food label.

by Lara Zakaria SO much conflicting and confusing information exists out there about what’s healthy and what’s not. “Eat more whole grains!” vs. “grains are bad for you!” “Fat is bad for you!” vs. “Eat more fat!” “Low fat dairy can help you lose weight.” vs. “Dairy is unhealthy and milk is only for baby cows!” It’s enough to make

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Ayurvedic Tips for Transitioning into Fall

by Karen Mandell What is Ayurveda? Ayur = Life Veda=Knowledge Ayurveda = The Knowledge of Life. Ayurveda is sometimes referred to as the “sister science to yoga”. It is a holistic system of nutrition, medicine and healing. Autumn is a time of major transformation in the environment around us. And the changes in nature around us always affects our nature

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Nutrition 101

By Lara Zakaria, Yoga in the Heights in-house Nutritionist Probably one of the most common questions I get as a nutritionist, is “What’s a good diet?” The majority of people I talk to realize they need to pay better attention to what they’re putting into their body. However, many are confused as to what constitutes a balanced diet. In order

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