Protein

How To Choose A Healthy Sports Nutrition Bar

by in Fiber, Holistic Nutrition Tips, Kitchen Sink, Protein, Sports Nutrition, Whole Foods Diet February 9, 2009

Finding a truly healthy nutrition bar can be tough as I noted in my article, “Zing Bars Awarded Best Nutrition Bar 2008.” I interviewed the makers of Zing Bars, nutritionists Michael Kaplan, ND, Minh-Hai Tran, MS, RD and Sandi Kaplan, MS, RD to help us better understand the following qualities to look for in a […]

Japanese Prawn and Noodle Salad Recipe

by in Healthy Recipes, Kitchen Sink, Protein, Recipes, Weight Loss, Whole Foods Diet, Whole Foods Makeover January 8, 2009

Prawns are a delicious, healthy light protein choice. Try pairing them with veggies for lunch and keep the carbs “slow” for optimal energy at the office or while chasing kids around all day. Today’s healthy recipe is brought to us by my friend Zesty of ZestyCook.com. Visit his website for more whole food recipe ideas. […]

Vegetarian Protein: Not just for Vegetarians

by in ADHD, Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Anxiety, Diabetes, Holistic Nutrition Tips, Kitchen Sink, Nuts, Protein, Reader Questions, Vegetarian September 18, 2008

Hi Dr. Nicole, I would like to start eating more vegetable proteins and less meat, but am not sure how to do so healthfully.  Do you have any suggestions? Eating vegetarian sources of protein at each meal is beneficial to both omnivores and vegetarians alike. Moving towards more of a plant based diet will aid […]

Cellulite Reduction: The Best Treatments

by in Back Pain, Bonnie Pfiester, Cellulite, Discipline, Exercise, Motivation, Pediatrics, Protein, Reader Questions, Stress, Weight Loss, Whole Foods Diet July 2, 2008

By Bonnie Pfiester, Fitness Trainer. Someone once asked me if I knew of anything that would help get rid of cellulite. I am proud to say I do! My answer isn’t a cream nor is it a complicated surgical procedure. My solution is something that has been around for years – diet and exercise. Surprised? […]