Foods that Heal

Kale and Brussels Sprout Detox Salad with Chicken

As mentioned in our blog post on spring detoxification, cruciferous vegetables are a great way to support the detox process. Also called the brassica family of vegetables, these nutrient-dense powerhouses include bok choy, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale and radishes. Cruciferous veggies are rich in nutrients, including several carotenoids, vitamins C, E, […]

Collagen Boosting Nutrients That Aren’t Bone Broth

By now, we’ve all heard the buzz around bone broth – it has many health benefits, like delivering an array of essential minerals, but its most distinctive benefit is providing collagen. Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and its uses are many.  As natural health expert, Dr. Axe explains in detail, collagen enhances […]

Soluble vs Insoluble Fiber – What’s the Difference?

For years we’ve been told by doctors to “increase our fiber intake” for various reasons. Unfortunately we’re not give a whole lot of direction.  There are two types of fiber – soluble and insoluble – and they function very differently.  If you’re new to fiber research, you may even think you need to decide which […]

Homemade Ginger-ale – upset stomach support!

Homemade Ginger Ale: Your Fort Collins Nutritionist makes a  home remedy to decrease inflammation, soothe the stomach and help to knock out nasty microbes. The nasty norovirus continues to circle the globe, and even with great nutrition, hand washing, and immune support supplements our family found itself in the viruses wake. It was bound to happen as […]

Foods that Heal the Gut – 3 part series

Foods that Heal the Gut 3 part series – bone broth, yogurt, fruits and vegetables. If you know me, or are a patient of the clinic, you have heard me say that the gut is the portal to overall health, and I truly believe and know this to be true. Digestive wellness is make up […]

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