HueTrition creates a healthy lifestyle change that lasts. It is NOT a diet, but if you or your family have been struggling to eat enough fruits and vegetables, if you are wondering how to shift to a more plant-based way of eating, or if you just want some new ideas to incorporate nutritious color into your lifestyle, this is a great book for you! You'll learn how to substitute your snacks and side dishes with colorful vegetables. The more you do this, the more you'll notice improvements in your energy levels and weight—but more importantly, you'll be on your way to fool-proofing yourself against chronic disease (coupled with regular physical activity, of course)!
At HueTrition, we divide these foods into 5 categories, grouped by color: blue/purple, red, green, yellow/orange, and white. Dividing fruits and vegetables by color provides an easy way to incorporate nutrient needs and health benefits into our diet. You should aim to consume one of each of the 5 colors every day.
This book also serves as a guide to children. Within the second half of the book, you'll find a story you can read to your children: one that invites them into the world of choosing food through color. We also encourage you to check out HuePets, a fun way to encourage kids to eat fruits and vegetables by turning healthy eating into a game. It is important to get kids excited about eating fruits and vegetables because the choices they make at a young age can shape choices for the rest of a child's life.
Monica H. San Miguel Sokolovskiy is a food and health industry visionary, digital innovator, and author. She is a nutrition and wellness expert, driven to spread the word about healthy eating. Having spent more than 18 years in a variety of leadership roles in the food, health and wellness industries, including Digital Marketing & Strategy, Content, Social Media & E-commerce, Analytics, Customer & Integrated Marketing, Brand Management, Global Innovation & Better-For-You New Product Development, she is uniquely qualified for the job! A life-long athlete, Monica played tennis at both the collegiate and professional levels, earning a full athletic scholarship to Texas A&M University, where earned her nutritional science degree. She then earned her MBA in Marketing and completed Ph.D. coursework in Healthcare Marketing. She is the proud mother of two children, and an entrepreneur with a mission to create a HueMovement to encourage kids and families to lead a healthy, colorful lifestyle.
Deuteronomy calls Israel a good landa land of wheat, barley, vines, figs, pomegranates, olives and honeyin which you may eat bread without scarcity and lack nothing. In Blessed Nourishment you will discover the therapeutic impact of these fruits of the Holy Land. While embracing the miraculous, Blessed Nourishment is intended to be a practical book of biblical health. If you are suffering health issues, this book may just reveal practical biblical foods that might nourish and support your healing process.
Blessed Nourishment is written in an easy-to-read and flowing style. Its filled with fun stories from Dr Lachmans life and interesting profiles of Biblical foods.
This compilation of Wellnews columns includes everything from July 2014 to December 2014.
In The Plant Paradox Family Cookbook, Dr. Gundry reassures parents as he sets the record straight, providing an overview of children’s nutritional needs and explaining how we can help our kids thrive on the Plant Paradox program—a diet low in lectins. Dr. Gundry offers shocking evidence of how the Plant Paradox program is not only “safe” for kids, but also the best possible way to set them up for a lifetime of health and responsible eating.
As research continues to bear out, a healthy microbiome—or “gut”—is the cornerstone of human health. The foods we eat at the beginning of our lives have a long-term impact on the makeup of our microbiome. Lectin-containing foods—such as grains, legumes, certain fruits and vegetables, and conventional dairy—damage it by creating holes in the gut wall and triggering the kind of systemic inflammation that lays the groundwork for disease. And yet, many of the foods we are routinely told to feed our children—think milk, whole grain bread, peanut butter—have an incredibly high lectin content.
The Plant Paradox Family Cookbook includes more than 80 recipes that make cooking for a family a breeze. And since pressure cooking is the best and easiest way to reduce lectin content in foods like grains and beans, the majority of the quick and easy recipes are Instant-Pot friendly. From weeknight dinners to make-ahead breakfasts to snacks and even lunchbox-ready meals, The Plant Paradox Family Cookbook will help the whole family experience the incredible benefits of the Plant Paradox program.
This easy-to-use yet comprehensive how-to manual provides answers and explanations to the questions and concerns of new parents. From baby-care basics to month-by-month development to common illnesses to health and safety, this book covers it all. There’s also a wealth of tips and advice for couples coping with the many changes to daily life that come with parenthood, as well as full-color photography and graphics throughout the book.
The companion book to Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy, this is the second in a series of parenting guides by Mayo Clinic’s pediatric experts who, as active parents, can personally relate to the joys and challenges of parenthood. Mayo Clinic Guide to Your Baby’s First Year is a one-stop resource for caring for a newborn that all parents can trust.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mayo Clinic took root in farm fields near Rochester, Minn., in the late 1800s. It grew from the medical practice of a country doctor, William Worrall Mayo, and the partnership of his two sons, William J. and Charles H. Mayo – affectionately known as Dr. Will and Dr. Charlie.
The brothers' innovative ideas and tireless work in learning and creating new surgical techniques attracted international attention. Physicians from around the world came to watch the Mayo brothers perform surgery.
The Mayo brothers invited other doctors to join them, forming teams of medical experts. Today, Mayo Clinic – one of the world’s oldest and largest multispecialty group practices – comprises more than 45,000 physicians, scientists, nurses and other staff at its three locations in Rochester, Minn., Jacksonville, Fla., and Scottsdale, Ariz., and its regional community-based health care practices.