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Medically Tailored Meals = Fewer Deaths & Lower Rehospitalization Costs
Hospital readmissions are costly.  It is estimated that this phenomenon costs the United States approximately $26 Billion annually! In addition, it is said that about a quarter of people who are discharged from acute care facilities in the U.S. return...
Home-Delivered Meals for Seniors: A Comprehensive Guide
Discovering accessible and nutritious meal options shouldn't be a hassle, especially for seniors. Join us as we explore various avenues through which older adults can access free or low-cost home-delivered meals.    Did you know that food insecurity among seniors...
Nutrition for Longevity’s Social Responsibility
Today, we're taking a stand against hunger, championing a brighter future for millions of Americans. While it's true that over 44 million of our fellow citizens face food insecurity, and one in every six older Americans grapple with hunger, we...
Importance of Physical Activity
Today, we invite you to explore the importance of physical activity and discover why it is the cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle. Regular exercise not only helps boost your cardiovascular health and strengthen your muscles and bones but also reduces...
Heart Health Series: Fats
The final macronutrient of our heart health series, and perhaps the one that comes to mind the most in terms of heart health.   What’s in Fat? Fats often have a bad reputation, but they are essential to a balanced diet. What...
Heart Health Series: Protein
If your read our Heart Health Series: Carbs blog, you know how important nutrition is for heart health.  It's time to learn about another important macronutrient, protein.  We often think about lean body mass when it comes to lean proteins...
Heart Health Series: Carbs
When it comes to maintaining a healthy heart, nutrition is a key player. Eating whole grains every day is linked to a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack, stroke, and diabetes. Carbohydrates often have a bad reputation, but they play an...
Say Goodbye to Winter Blues
It’s that time of year again when the holidays have ended, and we are back into the swing of things. It’s a new year and you might be in a slump after the holidays and festivities have ended or you...
How to: Sugar Detox
We’re not talking about a special drink to "detox" your body.  Your liver and kidneys do a great job at that. By definition, a detox is a process or period of time in which one abstains from or rids the...
Sleigh the Holidays: Dietitian Tips
Many of us lead busy lives, juggling family, work, and other commitments. Add in the holiday season and it seems nearly impossible to stay on track with your health. As a result, we often throw in the towel, prioritizing everything...
How to Avoid the Keto-Flu
The Keto Flu As you embrace the KetoFLEX 12/3 lifestyle and embark on your journey to extend fasting and reduce your intake of simple carbohydrates, a remarkable transformation begins. You'll enter the world of ketosis, a significant achievement within the...
Eat with Gratitude this Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is a time to express gratitude and appreciation and allow yourself to enjoy some of your favorite Thanksgiving traditions. It can be challenging to resist the temptation of your great grandma's famous pumpkin pie or savory mashed potatoes and...
Cruciferous Vegetables on KetoFLEX 12/3
It is important to try to make sure you are eating plenty of cruciferous vegetables within your KetoFLEX 12/3 meal plan. Cruciferous vegetables are among the most nutrient dense of any vegetables, with potent antioxidants. Some cruciferous vegetables overlap with the leafy greens including arugula,...
Benefits of Vitamins
 If you've heard about vitamins but aren't quite sure what they are or how to get more of them in your diet, you're in the right place. Vitamins are essential for overall health and wellbeing. Even though the body requires...
Sweeten It Up with KetoFLEX 12/3
If you are on a mission to limit your intake of sweets and desserts, odds are you are being wary of your overall sugar intake. There is a good chance any cravings for sweets will dissipate as you follow the...
Brain Food with KetoFLEX 12/3
Wondering how to practically implement and transfer your KetoFLEX 12/3 knowledge onto your plate? The best way to start is to remember that KetoFLEX 12/3 is a framework that utilizes plant-forward, nutrient-dense, and whole foods that act as a building...
How to Follow the Longevity Diet
Longevity Diet Guidelines:  The Longevity Diet is the culmination of research from Dr. Valter Longo, Director of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California. Dr. Longo has studied the regions that hold the highest number of centenarians- the oldest yet...
5 steps to naturally increase immunity
Summer is over and the cold winter months are quickly approaching, which means it's time to start preparing your body for flu season. Whether you're already taking Vitamin C supplements or simply looking for ways to feel better, these simple...
Glycemic Index with KetoFLEX 12/3
You might be curious about how to enter ketosis while consuming a substantial amount of vegetables. Achieving your daily intake of six to nine cups becomes quite manageable when you focus on non-starchy vegetables that have a glycemic index score...
Invest In Your Health
If you have ever gone out to dinner with an old friend, it’s usually a quality time consisting of laughter, strolling down memory lane, and catching up about the latest diet trends they have been trying. After a few complaints...
Healthy Aging
September is here, and you know what that means – it's Healthy Aging Month! This month-long celebration is all about embracing the beauty of getting older and taking proactive steps to ensure that we age gracefully and healthily. So, whether...