A Sustainable Way to Lose Weight with Dr. Katie DiNello

Brigid BourqueEventsLeave a Comment

By Dr. Katie DiNello, ND Losing weight is challenging – especially when we are up against sedentary jobs and limitless access to indulgent foods. When you want to lose weight, it’s often difficult to know where to start. There is so much conflicting information on which approach is best for weight loss. Some people feel great intermittent fasting and eating … Read More

How to Use Nutrition to Help Combat Addiction

Jen StaggAll Categories, Cardiovascular, Diet & Weight Loss, Food1 Comment

How to Use Nutrition to Combat Addiction

By Aylah Clark, ND Though the rates of cigarette smoking, alcohol abuse, and cocaine use have declined in recent years, addiction to these and other substances continue to be a serious problem. Sometimes addiction can even start with a prescribed medication that may have been very beneficial to reduce symptoms and improve quality of life at the time. 2.5% of … Read More

Red Meat: Friend or Foe?

Jen StaggAll Categories, Cardiovascular, Food, gastrointestinal, WellnessLeave a Comment

Historically, it has been accepted in the medical community that increased consumption of red meat increases all-cause mortality including cardiovascular disease and cancer (especially colon cancer). [1] However, most of the studies that indicate such results often do not differentiate between processed and unprocessed meat or other factors that influence the nutritional quality of the meat such as a grass-based diet. Here … Read More

Trim Belly Fat with 4 Simple Steps

Jen StaggCardiovascular, Diet & Weight Loss, WellnessLeave a Comment

Many patients come to our office seeking weight loss, a concern for millions of Americans. For over six years, we have offered First Line Therapy, a lifestyle program which includes dietary, exercise and stress reduction advice. This is a clinically studied program which has demonstrated published evidence to reduce many risk factors of chronic disease, including reducing abdominal  fat mass and … Read More