How many times have you heard the old tip about staying hydrated with 6-8 glasses of water? PWC integrative dietitian nutritionist Jena Savadsky Griffith shares her thoughts on effectively hydrating in a way that’s right for you.
Due to bioindividuality, there is no “Parkinson’s diet,” but there are evidence-based recommendations for diet and lifestyle that may help with the challenges presented by Parkinson’s disease.
and the easiest action you can take to improve your health. If I had to choose one product added to the food supply that has caused the most damage to humans it would be vegetable oils. I am not alone in this assertion, there have been many scientific studies and...
Integrative Dietitian Nutritionist Jena Savadsky Griffith’s January Health Matters presentation was the subject of a Culpeper Star Exponent story.
The social gatherings that are typically part of the holidays can test a person’s commitment to a healthy
diet. It’s important to think about your wellness goals ahead of time.
Discover the many benefits of eating dark leafy greens!
It sounds ridiculous to suggest, but most people need a refresher and reminder to chew their food. Chewing is foundational to health and its benefits are underestimated. Go to any restaurant and watch someone at the next table or anyone across from you at your own...
Watermelon is a great summer snack providing hydration, protein, potassium and other benefits to your active life! If the reference below to "watermelon cross training" intrigues you, check out this link! Let us know if you're inspired to say bye-bye kettlebells,...
Baffled by the alternative beef products in the grocery? Integrative dietitian nutritionist Jena Savadsky Griffith dives into product ingredients to answer the question: are these choices healthy?
PWC Integrative Dietitian Jena Savadsky Griffith shares 3 was to instill healthy nutrition habits in kids.