Allison Mädl, NTPNutritional Therapy & Education
Lunch Hour Lessons With Allison
Your garden doesn’t want to be sanitized.
It’s a complicated and controversial subject… but a high carbohydrate diet could be a major driver of cognitive decline.
Are your mineral levels balanced?
Organic isn’t just for food!
Got a nagging health concern?
Home cooking isn’t always “from scratch” anymore.
It never hurts to err on the side of caution.
Our intestines are very selective, but this system can malfunction.
What if the right track wasn’t so hard to stay on?
Don’t let bad thoughts bottle up.
Some oils are health promoting and require simple processes to extract.
Is raw food inherently “healthier”?
The problem is that today the stress doesn’t stop.
Have you heard conflicting information about Vitamin D?
Why eat soup from a can when homemade is so easy?
Do you really notice the outside?
Does fasting sound a bit too extreme?
There’s more to smoothies than fruit.
Want to do more of something?
Think your gallbladder is an unnecessary organ? Think again!
Brown rice contains phytic acid and higher arsenic levels.
What gets monitored gets managed.
A sweet taste on the tongue signals the brain to perform specific functions.
Do you avoid beets? Do you like them?
It’s as easy as can be to be stink-free.
If you wouldn’t eat it, don’t put it on your skin.
Waiting until you are thirsty to drink water depletes the body.
Don’t sit on your tail!
Do you think you need more calcium?
Unlock the potential within!
Does food stress you out?
How can you get nine times the daily recommended amount of Vitamin C out of cabbage?
Who knew salt could make something sour?
Every cell that makes up every tissue that makes up every organ depends on the body’s digestive system to provide the nutrients it needs to keep on functioning.
The digestive cascade must begin in an acidic environment.
Learn the surprising link between bone fractures and our stomachs.
Genes are not your destiny.
It’s about sleep quality as much as sleep quantity.
Sleep debt has real physical consequences.
Age, activity level, and lifestyle (present and past) play a role.
Find out what materials you’ll need, and get the recipe.
Food is “good for you” only so far as you can digest it.
Learn three possible drawbacks to store-bought yogurt.
More often than not, we outsource food preparation to others. Is there a downside?