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Gretchen Rubin, bestselling author of The Happiness Project and most recently Better Than Before, joins Dishing Up Nutrition to discuss forming good habits and breaking bad ones.
One out of seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime and about four out of five men, over age of 50, start to experience prostate symptoms such as frequent urination and urgency without completely emptying the bladder. On this episode of Dishing Up Nutrition, we talk all about prostate health including prostate cancer, enlarged prostate and frequent urination. Hosts Darlene Kvist and Kate Crosby welcome special guest Greg Peterson to the show. Greg owns NutriDyn, a company that has been supplying professional grade supplements to health care practitioners for the past 30 years. Listen in and get all your prostate questions answered!
If you are a caregiver, you are not alone. Almost 40 percent of U.S. adults are caregivers and as the population ages, more Americans will become caregivers. Research shows that caregivers are more likely to have symptoms of depression or anxiety, a long-term medical problem, and spend more days sick with an infectious disease. If you are currently experiencing the ongoing stress of caregiving, you’ll want to hear this show. How do you maintain your own health when you are a caregiver? Good nutrition is critical. Hosts Darlene Kvist and Kara Carper give you some concrete ways to maintain your own health and well-being as you continue to care for others.
IBS stands for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Anytime the word “syndrome” is used in a diagnosis, it basically means that doctors don’t know the cause. It’s not a disease, it’s a cluster of symptoms. Instead of treating those symptoms with medications, we want to help those with IBS figure out what causes their intestinal tract to no work right. If you’re struggling with IBS symptoms, don’t miss this episode of Dishing Up Nutrition, were we talk about those causes and give you some ways to improve your gut health. Listen in with hosts Brenna Thompson, Cassie Weness and Marcie Vaske.
Medications, excessive heat, exercise,…these things deplete the body of important minerals. When you or your kids are deficient in certain minerals, you may experience leg and cramps, muscle spasms, racing heart, headaches, eye twitching, fatigue and more. Did you know that intense chocolate cravings may also be a sign of mineral deficiency? On this episode of Dishing Up Nutrition, hosts Darlene Kvist and Cassie Weness tell you the common causes of bodily deficiencies of iron, magnesium, zinc and calcium. Listen in as they and give you some simple solutions so you and your family get the minerals you need to start feeling better.
At Nutritional Weight & Wellness, we understand eating real food sounds easy, but most of us know it isn’t always easy. Processed food is so available and usually real food requires some cooking. On this episode, we talk about when you fall off your real food eating plan and how you can get back on track. Hosts Darlene Kvist and Britni Thomas welcome special guest Nell Kauls, a nutrition counseling client who lost 90 pounds and has kept it off. Nell truly understands what it’s like to get sidetracked from a healthy eating plan and she’s got some great tips to help you.
Are your allergies flaring up and causing you to have a stuffy nose, itchy and watery eyes, post nasal drip, headaches and leaving you feeling overall miserable? If this sounds like you, then tune into this episode of Dishing Up Nutrition as hosts JoAnn Ridout and Brenna Thompson talk all about allergies and sinus problems. We’ll give you nutrition tips on how to help your body stop reacting to pollen and mold along with some supplements that can help support your immune system. Listen in and start alleviating your sinus problems once and for all!
Did you know 40 million adult Americans are affected by anxiety? And anxiety disorder affects twice as many women compared to men. Anxiety disorders can impact relationships, jobs and quality of life. There's also a big economic burden with one-third of money spent on mental health costs going toward treating anxiety and 42 billion dollars per year being spent in the U.S. treating anxiety. On this episode, hosts Darlene Kvist, Kara Carper and Marcie Vaske talk about their personal experiences with anxiety and what they have done to have happier, calmer moods.
The human body is composed of 60 percent water so it’s important to drink plenty of it to keep your body functioning well. You may be surprised to learn that dehydration can lead to low energy, kidney stones, foggy thinking, headaches, muscle cramps, low mood and more. Are you drinking enough water each day? And is it quality water that you’re drinking? On this episode of Dishing Up Nutrition, hosts Cassie Weness and Kate Crosby welcome special guest Richard Grassie, owner of Richard’s Custom Water Systems, to talk all about water. Listen in to learn how to stay hydrated and healthy.
This week Darlene and Kate answer your nutrition questions. Some questions asked during the show: What can my friend do to support rheumatoid arthritis naturally?, What are some ideas for snacks to take on the go?, and What supplements help nerve pain?