Did you know that these two staples can be nutritional powerhouses in your kitchen?
Part 4 of our series is all about the fascinating colon, aka the lower intestine! Don’t be shy, this “potty talk” it is only part of being human.
The small intestine has a strong supporting cast for its part of digestion – the liver, the gall bladder, and the pancreas each play an important role. Read more.
Oh the stomach. The poor misunderstood stomach!
Our kitchens could use your help! We’re missing some important cooking items and our kitchens are in need of repairs that would allow us to make cooking classes the best experience possible for our members.
Over the next five nutrition posts, members of our Nutrition Team will walk you through the digestive process – from plate to toilet. You will gain insight into what is going on with your food and your body. Don’t be squeamish. Get ready to get in depth and up close with your insides!
Learn how these three powerful seeds add fiber, protein, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to your diet!
Fat has become a scary word and it shouldn’t be. Amber Baker, Nutritionist at InspireHealth helps clear up some of the confusion. Read on to learn how to make healthier choices in the realm of fats and oils.
Have you ever fallen off the “resolution wagon”. Small changes are so much easier than big resolutions and really do work for most people. Over time, a small change can become a comfortable habit. A few habits add up to a healthier lifestyle.
Spices not only offer flair and flavor to any dish but also are powerhouses of phytonutrients. With benefits from anti-inflammatory effects to blood sugar balance, immune support to digestive aid, adding a small amount of spice to our foods each day is an easy way to support our health.