Create Your Own NutriScape PinBoards!
Pin Your Content to Save It You can create your own pinboards for saving the NutriScape content you want including recipes, articles, products, handouts, and the page for your consulting Read more
Menopausal Hot Flashes: What Foods Help and Are Supplements Effective?
Women going through menopause often experience problems with hot flashes (flushing), vaginal dryness, and irritability or depression related to low estrogen levels. Natural compounds have Read more
Improving Fertility and Insulin Resistance with Supplements For PCOS
Supplements have been found to improve fertility issues, insulin resistance, and hormonal issues related to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Read more
Best Nutritional Supplements for Womens’ Infertility: The Real Research on What Works
Research shows that inositol, vitamin D, a Multivitamin with Folate, and N-acetylcysteine (NAC) may increase your pregnancy Read more
Vitamin D Blood Test
The Vitamin D 25-Hydroxy Blood Test determines Vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D is essential in the growth of healthy bones and teeth. Without it, children can develop a bone-malformation condition known as rickets, and adults can develop osteomalacia, which is where bones become soft and easy fracture. Vitamin D also helps regulate levels of calcium,... Read more Read more
Post-Exercise Pain and Recovery: What Supplements Really Work?
Research shows athletes can improve strength and post-exercise recovery with supplemental Collagen, Omega 3, Curcumin, Magnesium, and Read more
Vitamin A, E, and Beta Carotene Blood Test Panel
This blood test for Vitamin A and Vitamin E levels can show if you have an excess or deficiency of these Read more
Diet Culture
What is Diet Culture? It involves weight stigma–a societal belief that people in larger bodies are less intelligent, more self-indulgent, and less deserving of respect. It involves Read more
Bariatric Surgery Supplements
BARIATRIC SUPPLEMENTS:  We help you keep supplements simple by limiting our options to those that meet ASMBS Guidelines for gastric bypass and sleeve procedures. With these Read more
Green Tea Extract (EGCg)
Green tea contains catechins, a group of polyphenols largely found in tea, cocoa, and berries. These compounds serve as antioxidants along with other nutrients like Vitamin A Read more
Unconscious attention to food may explain weight regain after bariatric surgery
Among a cohort of adults who underwent weight-loss surgery, those with severe obesity before surgery showed a greater preconscious attentional bias response to food stimuli compared with Visit External
Multivitamins: Who Should Take them and How
Why A Multivitamin Should Be Considered A good multivitamin is one that provides a wide range of vitamins and minerals. There are over 40 different nutrients and other bioactive molecules we get from foods that each fill a critical role in basic cell functions. Miss any one of them, and it throws a wrench into... Read more Read more
DHEA, Anti-Aging Hormone
Also known as dehydroepiandrosterone, DHEA is a hormone made in the brain and adrenals that is known as the anti-aging hormone. DHEA is banned by sports organizations due to its ability to Read more
Coenzyme Q10 (CQ10)
Coenzyme CQ10 (CoQ10) is effective for Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), Diabetic nerve pain (neuropathy), Fibromyalgia, Migraine, Multiple Sclerosis, HIV, and Peyronie Read more
Probiotic Use for Diarrhea
No doubt about it, probiotics are a big seller and research into the human microbiome suggests that the bacteria in our GI tract is having potentially profound effects on health and disease.  Researchers have made progress recently in identifying the particular strains of probiotic that provide relief of diarrhea. What Are Probiotics Probiotics are live... Read more Read more
Daylight Savings and Our Internal Clocks
Every cell in our bodies has a well-tuned timing mechanism. So, when we “fall back” or “spring forward,” it takes us time to adjust. We have tips that can help. Visit NPR
Are foodborne illnesses outbreaks on the rise? 
Foodborne illnesses outbreaks—including the recent salmonella case on raw turkey—seem to be on the rise this Read more on Well + Good
It’s Official: All Alcohol Is Bad For You According To New Study
Here's some news that’s sure to upset your weekend plans: no amount of alcohol is safe for Visit Delish
Common painkillers double risk of heart attack, stroke, study says
Many reach for painkillers to get rid of headaches or reduce fever, but the common pills could raise your risk of heart disease or Read more on AJC
Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome
Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome is a condition that leads to repeated and severe bouts of Visit Saint Luke's