Check out this post about why Iron is important for women’s diet and my tips on what iron-rich foods you should include in your diet! Feller told us that iron not only transports oxygen through our bloodstream but also aids in the normal growth and development of some of our hormones. All women need to maintain […]
Maya Feller has been named “Team Nutritionist” by Dr. Oz. Her appearance included: Quiz: What’s Your Meal Type? as part of the Dr. Oz Food Investigation: Behind Closed Doors at Perdue Maya and Dr. Oz investigate: How Healthy Are Supermarket-Ready Meals? And Maya and Dr. Oz investigate: What You Need to Know Before You Drink and […]
Each year beginning at the end of November through the middle of January millions of people worldwide celebrates. Celebration is defined as ‘the action of marking one’s pleasure at an important event or occasion by engaging in enjoyable, typically social, activity’. Celebrations in many cultures often center on food and drink. Typically these celebrations result in holiday weight gain. Nutrition experts have estimated that during this time there is an average weight gain of 5lbs. A prospective study of holiday weight gain concluded that the average holiday weight gain is closer to 1lb, which is less than previously estimated. Nonetheless it is clear that during these months when people celebrate more, they eat and drink more.
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