Protein Bars Reviewed: Danielle, registered dietitian

Wednesday, March, 29th, 2017 at 7:30 am by Danielle Sikorski

Healthiest Protein Bars Protein bars seem like a healthy option when you’re on the run, but sometimes they can be more like a glorified candy bar than a healthy snack. With all of the options out there, how do you know what is healthy and what’s not? I’m going to review some of the protein bars that I can stand behind, in addition to those that you should avoid. I’ll also give you some key [Read More...]

Tips to Help with Sore Muscles

Monday, March, 27th, 2017 at 7:30 am by Davida Wright Galvin

Sore Muscles? Here’s Some Relief After Your Workout #withDavida   Sore Muscles scare many people away from exercise. If they do finally mount the courage to brave the gym, they lift very light weights and try not to exert themselves too much. But when using your body for something new, like spandex in a yoga class, soreness is almost unavoidable. When the muscle is challenged the tissues break down for rebuilding to make the muscle [Read More...]

Tips for Healthy Protein Snacks

Friday, March, 24th, 2017 at 7:30 am by Danielle Sikorski

Healthy Snacks   You hear about it all of the time, but why is it so important? If you don’t want to bulk up, should you care how much protein you consume? Absolutely! While protein is certainly necessary to build muscle it is also needed to repair lean muscle. If your muscles don’t have the building blocks to repair, this can result in muscle wasting. The less lean muscle (not bulk) that you have, the [Read More...]

Hydrocodone: Dr. Peter Rice

Wednesday, March, 22nd, 2017 at 7:30 am by Dr. Peter J. Rice

Hydrocodone – what ever happened to America’s most popular drug? For many years, hydrocodone with acetaminophen had been the most popular drug in the US.  Always at the head of the ”top drugs” list, it was often reported that there were enough hydrocodone/acetaminophen tablets sold each year to treat everyone in the country for a number of weeks. Hydrocodone is an opioid drug; it is chemically related to morphine and acts through the same receptors [Read More...]

Eating for Your Blood Type

Monday, March, 20th, 2017 at 7:30 am by Danielle Sikorski

Review of Eating For Your Blood Type   You’ve probably heard of the New York Times Best Seller, Eat Right For Your Type, written by naturopath, Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo. The book is written on the premise that each of the four ABO Blood Types has a set of specific foods that boost immune function and decrease disease susceptibility, while other foods increase disease risk. How does Dr. D’Adamo theorize that one type of food [Read More...]