Browse past media clips featuring Nutritional Weight & Wellness nutritionists.
Much like an engine, our body needs fuel to keep running efficiently.
Vitamin D is often overlooked in healthy vitamin discussions—but it shouldn't be, especially for seniors.
Discover three important nutrients that will keep your immunity strong this flu season.
Don't eat out everyday. Pack your lunch to save money and be your healthiest!
Watch as Brenna Thompson tells you how to reduce your sugar intake in the new year.
Kara Carper discusses cutting carbs this holiday season and offers healthier recipes.
Brenna Thompson, RD, LD shows you some slow cooker tips and recipes.
Kara Carper shares slow cooker tips and recipes with Keith Marler.
Brenna Thompson clears up the confusion about how much water we need.
Kara Carper shares foods to avoid as well as foods to eat if you suffer with IBS.
Brenna Thompson offers you some tips for doing Spring cleaning for your health.
Brenna Thompson talks to WCCO's Ali Lucia about options when it comes to fats.
Britni Thomas encourages you to do some Spring cleaning for your health.
Britni Thomas talks to 12 News about cupboard items you could do without.
Experts are now saying there's no need to worry about foods high in cholesterol.
An emerging group no longer sees fat as the enemy of good health.
Cholesterol is no longer listed as a “nutrient of concern.” Katie Vigesaa explains more.
Watch as Katie Vigesaa explains the link between your nutrition and your moods.
Ignore calorie counts and instead focus on eating real foods to lose weight.
Many people believe the myth that they need to cut calories to lose weight.
Brenna Thompson asked for a Kitchen Aide stand mixer for her fifteenth birthday.
Katie Vigesaa discusses sugar and ways we can make simple substitutions.
Darlene Kvist hosts a 10-year-old nutrition radio show on 107.1 FM.
How can we eat gluten free in a healthy way? Brenna Thompson has answers.
Katie Vigesaa talks about chronic health conditions and feeling better overall.
Watch Brenna Thompson explain some healthier ways to avoid heartburn.
How do they count calories in food? Katie Vigesaa, RD, LD helps explain.
Brenna Thompson answers nutrition questions with reporter Delane Cleveland.