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Radio Show: How to Avoid Diet Myths and Determine the Best Way to Eat for Optimal Health, Energy, and Longevity

Apr

9

Radio Show: How to Avoid Diet Myths and Determine the Best Way to Eat for Optimal Health, Energy, and Longevity

Listen to the show here: Click Here To Listen Date: Wednesday April 09, 2014 Time: 3:30 pm PT/4:30pm MT/5:30pm CT/6:30pm ET Length: 30 Minutes Host and Guest Speaker: Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo interviews Dr. Michael Greger. In this show you’ll learn: How to evaluate many of the current diet fads and trends. Strategies to determine what […]

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Radio Show: How to Eat for Optimal Health, Energy, and Longevity

Apr

2

Radio Show: How to Eat for Optimal Health, Energy, and Longevity

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Host and Guest Speaker:                                  Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo In this show you’ll learn: How to evaluate many of the current diet fads and trends.  Strategies to determine what foods will be best for YOUR health, energy, and longevity. How a healthy diet can affect some of our most common medical conditions. […]

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Practitioner Corner: Stand Out Among Health and Nutrition Coaches and Holistic Health Professionals

Mar

3

Practitioner Corner: Stand Out Among Health and Nutrition Coaches and Holistic Health Professionals

by Becoming a Certified Nutritional Endocrinology Practitioner   Have you noticed how many health and wellness coaches are graduating from places like the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and similar schools?  I am amazed and excited by it.  Twenty eight years ago, when I was struggling with my own health, holistic practitioners were a rare breed […]

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Radio Show : Getting to the Root Cause of Hashimoto’s

Mar

3

Radio Show : Getting to the Root Cause of Hashimoto’s

Listen to or download the replay: Click here to download Host and Guest Speaker: Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo interviews Dr. Izabella Wentz In this show you’ll learn: What symptoms are experienced by people with Hashimoto’s What some of the underlying root causes of Hashimoto’s are How is Hashimoto’s diagnosed What are some things you can do […]

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Thyroid Support Elixir: Low Glycemic Gluten Free Raw Food Recipe

Feb

28

Thyroid Support Elixir: Low Glycemic Gluten Free Raw Food Recipe

 Dr. Ritamarie’s Thyroid Support Elixir This creamy and delicious low glycemic elixir will deeply nourish your thyroid gland, keep your blood sugar nice and steady and give your energy and stamina a big boost. Ingredients:  2 teabags Holy Basil tea 16 – 20 ounces purified water 4 large Brazil nuts  1 tablespoon raw organic walnuts […]

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Radio Show: Thyroid Toxicity Connection:  Heal Your Thyroid By Cleansing from the Inside Out

Feb

25

Radio Show: Thyroid Toxicity Connection: Heal Your Thyroid By Cleansing from the Inside Out

Listen to or download the replay: Click here to download In this show you’ll learn: How your body’s exposure to environmental and dietary toxins impacts the functioning of your organs and glands Why your thyroid gland is extremely sensitive to toxic overload and what toxins affect it most How to know if your thyroid has […]

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Practitioner Corner: What Do you Do When you Don’t Know How to Help Complex Clients Get Results?

Feb

16

Practitioner Corner: What Do you Do When you Don’t Know How to Help Complex Clients Get Results?

Your new client comes in and lays her story on the line. She feels desperate, has “tried everything”, seen a bunch of practitioners, both conventional and holistic, yet still she suffers. You smile and warmly invite her to sit down.  Meanwhile, you hope she doesn’t notice that you’re hands are clammy and you’re thinking, “Do […]

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Valentine’s Day Candy

Feb

14

Valentine’s Day Candy

Valentine’s day is usually a great excuse for filing up on sweets, then regretting it when your waistline expands, your face breaks out and your energy tanks. Enjoy this recipe filled with amazing herbs that balance your hormones and nourish your body. They are yummy and contain no sweeteners, not even dates.  Instead, they’re sweetened […]

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The Best and Worst Foods for 6 Pack Abs

Feb

12

The Best and Worst Foods for 6 Pack Abs

Belly fat is not a laughing matter.  Fat and jolly is a myth.  Secretly, most people whose midlines are soft and puffy, are not exactly happy about it and secretly wish for abs of steel. The sad truth is, that no matter how many sit-ups, crunches, bicycles or leg lifts you do, your belly fat […]

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Practitioner Corner: What is Going on When Eating More Greens Backfires!

Feb

1

Practitioner Corner: What is Going on When Eating More Greens Backfires!

Have you ever had a client who you thought would respond to adding greens to their diets and it backfired?  It’s rare, but I thought I would give you a few clues as to what might be going on. As health practitioners, we strive to get our clients to eat more greens —leafies, brassicas,  sprouts, […]

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Vitamin C Rich Brussels Pate

Jan

31

Vitamin C Rich Brussels Pate

Use this easy and delicious recipe to add more Vitamin C to your diet.    Vitamin C Rich Brussels Pate Ingredients: 1/4 cup pumpkin seeds 1/4 cup sesame seeds 1/4 cup hemp seeds 1/4 cup macadamia nuts 5 large Brussels sprouts (about a cup) 1/4 onion 1 stalk celery 1/4 teaspoon kelp 1/4 teaspoon sea […]

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TheTop Ten Foods that Reduce Inflammation

Jan

29

TheTop Ten Foods that Reduce Inflammation

Study after study is now coming to light that inflammation in the body is a major cause for nearly every health issue–or at least contributes to making it worse. Heart disease, cancer, auto-immune, fibromyalgia, and chronic pain are all closely tied to inflammation. The good news is that inflammation can be significantly reduced and even […]

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Flax Crisps or Tortillas

Jan

20

Flax Crisps or Tortillas

Replace the unhealthy, processed chips with these delicious and versatile flax crisps that can be flavored with a variety of different herbs and spices, especially the ones that help fight inflammation:   Flax Crisps or Tortillas Ingredients: 1 cup golden flax seed 3 cups water 1 teaspoon sea salt 1 tomato 2 – 3 carrots […]

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Practitioner Corner: S.H.I.N.E. in Review

Jan

19

Practitioner Corner: S.H.I.N.E. in Review

If you joined me at S.H.I.N.E. this past weekend, you know that I set the bar high for the quality of care we need to be providing to our clients.  Conventional medicine is just not fully using all the assessments available to help people uncover the true cause of their health challenges and using the […]

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7 Ways to Use Ginger to Heal Pain and Inflammation

Jan

16

7 Ways to Use Ginger to Heal Pain and Inflammation

Ginger is a tasty spice with several health benefits.  Studies show this uniquely flavored root is a potent antioxidant, and is able to prevent or slow atherosclerosis, lower LDL (the ‘bad’ cholesterol) and ease stomach distress. But it is also naturally anti-inflammatory, making it a great food for those who deal with the chronic pain […]

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