Category: Education

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A Beginner’s Guide to Quinoa

You know the saying “everything old is new again”? Well, quinoa would definitely fall in to that category. Quinoa is downright ancient, and it is receiving a heck of a lot of attention recently as a “new” super food. I...

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Radio Archive: Healthy Whole Grains

This show originally aired on July 14, 2012 Today on The Wake Up Call, I was joined by Jen Geisheker, the owner of Thrive Baking Mixes for a discussion on healthy whole grains. Of course I couldn’t have a conversation about...

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Spreading the (Wrong) Word about WLS

There are a number of ways for people to try and get to a healthier weight – I tend to talk about bariatric surgery quite a bit because I am a post-op myself, but in my health coaching I also...

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Understanding Type of Whey Protein

Whey protein tends to be about the best available for those of us with re-arranged guts after bariatric surgery. And typically, you don’t have to worry about the chemicals and GMO issues that tend to come with soy based proteins. And...

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A Non-Surgical Gastric Bypass? Really?

Diet products are a “dime a dozen”. Well, actually… they’re usually MUCH more expensive than that. They’re a mega-million dollar business category and some of those companies go to GREAT lengths to protect those business interests – often at what...