When you sit down on the couch to watch TV, do you instinctively reach for a bag of chips or other snack? Overcome mindless eating and change poor eating behaviors with these helpful tips.
Before you start that new quick fix diet you’ve been hearing so much about, read this.
Slimming down to a healthy weight is good, but not as good as maintaining a stable weight over time. Read this article by Jeannie Versagli, RD, about the risks of an unhealthy or fluctuating number on the scale and what you can do to combat it.
Learn the nutritional value that different spices and herbs add to your diet and how to best utilize them with advice from Jeannie Versagli, Registered Dietitian.
Learn how food can impact inflammation and what foods can aid it in this month’s nutrition highlight from HAC’s Registered Dietitian, Jeannie Versagli.
We close our National Nutrition Month Q&A segment with Jeannie & Ashley’s best advice to those looking to lead a healthy lifestyle.
This week in our National Nutrition Month Q&A series, Ashley & Jeannie share their favorite client stories and we learn the top five most common nutrition mistakes.
This week in our National Nutrition Month Q&A series, we learn about the difference between registered dietitians and large-scale nutrition products and reaching fitness goals through diet.
This week in our National Nutrition Month Q&A series, we find out why Jeannie became a dietitian and if the type of calories matters as long as the count of calories is at your recommended daily intake.
Not all truths are self-evident, especially when it comes to exercise. Read on as Personal Trainer Keith Glines tackles six common misconceptions about fitness.