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Registered Nutritionist Discusses the BMI Roulette

A person’s BMI – body mass index –  is determined by taking his weight (in kilograms) divided by the square of height in meters. (It sounds a bit like one of those math questions: If you take a person’s height, square it, and divide it into her weight in kilos,  how many cupcakes will you […]

Best Nutritionist and Personal Trainer Advice for a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle

School is out! We’re gearing up for a summer planning camping trips, family reunions, lemonade stands, while squeezing extra minutes from our busy days to spend with our kids. Between juggling work, family, and trying not to set our roasted marshmallows on fire, our fathers, brothers, sons and uncles might forget the essentials – their […]

Best Nutritionist and Personal Trainer Apps

With the world, literally, at our fingertips, there are some practical, helpful nutrition and fitness Apps that make everything easy – from deciphering those cryptic food labels to keeping track of how much water you’ve had. The following list is one I’ve compiled over the years. There are others – virtually countless. But the ones […]

Nutritionist in NYC Gives Tips to Reduce Carbon Footprint

If someone told you that you could improve your health, reduce your carbon footprint, and create a positive difference in your life and environment by making a few simple changes, you’d probably think it was an election year. June 5th is World Environment Day, and we want to take a little time to reflect on […]

Registered Dietitian Gives Tips to a Healthier Pantry

Time to clean out the pantry and think Mediterranean!  What’s the hoopla about those olive-oil, wine-drinking, cheese-eating skinny people over there? It’s simply not fair. Haven’t they heard about fat-free products? Don’t they know that they’re walking cholesterol bombs? The Mediterranean Diet has been touted by registered dietitians, nutritionists and physicians as one of the […]

Personal Trainers and Nutritionists in NYC Promote National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

I have to go to the gym every day and do a hard workout for it to count. I have to lose 10 pounds in the next month to get into my bathing suit. No pain, no gain. Being hungry is a part of every diet. I just have to get used to it. I […]

Registered Personal Trainers Battle Osteoporosis

May is all about the women in our lives – from May Day to Mother’s Day. More importantly, though, in May we celebrate National Women’s Health Week from May 10 – 16. Established by the US Department of Health and Human Services in 1991, National Women’s Health Week hopes to promote, educate, inform, and create […]

Dietitian Spring Cleans After Long NYC Winter

“The world is mud-lucious and puddle wonderful.” (ee cummings) Finally it’s arrived after a very long, very cold, very bitter winter. Spring is about new beginnings, new life. This month on the blog we’re going on a spring cleaning binge, sweeping away old behaviors with some new ones. We’ll be brushing off dusty old ideas […]