Dealing with inflammation or looking to

Dealing with inflammation or looking to lose weight?

Lower sugar fruits that are high in fiber are excellent additions to your daily balanced diet.

When choosing fruits, pick ones with a deeper color. The phytonutrient pigments that make up the fruit’s skin are also what contribute a fruit’s antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Don’t shy away from tart fruits – these are the fruits that often contain more micronutrients.

Try a few of these fruits to boost your health goals this month:
1. Raspberries
2. Cranberries
3. Blueberries
4. Tart cherries
5. Elderberries (cooked, not raw)
6. Pomegranates
7. Red grapes
8. Citrus fruits
9. Apples



With January coming to a close, it’s ti

With January coming to a close, it’s time to evaluate our New Year’s resolutions.

If you made a promise to focus on healthy eating this year, how are you doing?
We’re here to help!

Here are a few ideas for healthy workweek lunches.

For more suggestions, be sure to ask us at the office!

Is decluttering good for your health?


Have you jumped into the home-tidying trend that has taken over since the release of Marie Kondo’s Netflix show?

Studies show that cluttered homes can contribute to stress, unhealthy eating, decreased productivity, and other factors detrimental to our health.

If you’re looking to try out Marie Kondo’s method, and happen to lift heavy objects, be sure to lift with your knees, not your back!

For any cleaning-induced strains, please be sure to see us. Happy cleaning!