Nutrition

After returning to work following the birth of her twins, Kate Torgersen was on a business trip in San Diego in spring 2014. It wasn’t the most important trip professionally, but personally, she recalled, proving that she could seamlessly transition back to the workplace was a big deal.

There was just one problem: As committed as Torgersen was to her career, she was equally committed to keeping her newborns healthy by providing them...

By Dr. Peter Abaci

This is Health Revolution Radio with Dr. Peter Abaci. Today's topic: Solving Our Obesity Epidemic

Guest speakers: Laurann Putnam, Jerry Manoukian, and Mariam Manoukian

As many of you know, I took a big step in 2015 and got married. Chris Whelan asked me to marry him at Red Mountain Spa in Ivins, Utah, the exact same place where I had met him three years earlier.

Just an hour before he asked for my hand in marriage, we were eating dinner and I out of the blue said to him, “Now that we are at the spa, this would be a great time to go gluten-free.”

St. Patrick’s Day turns March into a month-long celebration of all things green. Of course this includes things that, dare I say, should not be green, such as beer, eggs, and human skin.

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This is Health Revolution Radio, today's topic: High Energy Nutrition

Guest Speakers: Anna Baker, Laurann Putnam, and Heather Elledge

GLUTEN FREE: Is it Enough?

Acne is a skin problem experienced by adolescents and adults alike, but luckily eating gluten free can make a dramatic difference in outbreaks. While acne is largely aesthetic, it can lead to a host of psychological problems, such as lowered self-esteem, depression, and social withdrawal. Because of these very real mental and emotional impacts, adolescents and adults alike are often desperate to find...

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This is Health Revolution Radio, today's topic: Ringing in the New Year

Guest Speaker: Laurann Putnam

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This is Health Revolution Radio, today's topic: Holiday Traditions

Guest Speakers: Heather Elledge and Ninamarie Bojekian

I remember when my best friend brought her 19-month-old daughter to the city for a visit. We hadn’t really thought through all of the routine habits of the day, which sent us out buying things that aren’t cheap. Things like a highchair for her to eat. When we tried eating on the sofa, well that didn’t work out too well. She also didn’t bring a stroller so needless to say new travelers with new babies should think things through before they...

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