Episode 3: Whole Food vs. Synthetic Supplements

Episode 3: Whole Food vs. Synthetic Supplements
Nutritional Connections PodcastEpisode 3: Whole Food vs. Synthetic Supplements

Do you feel like you're being chased by lions? Those lions probably aren't literal lions, but our body's chemical response to stress from losing a job for example, is essentially the same as being hunted by a lion. Unfortunately, our culture today feels like being chased by lions all the time. Even if you follow the best diet, high levels of chronic stress can deplete your reserves quickly. So how do you fill the gaps? Using supplements is a great and effective way to do that. With so many vitamins supplements on the market, how do you know you're getting the best fuel that your body can utilize best? Understanding the difference between whole food and synthetic supplements is the difference between fueling your incredible body, or burdening it even more. 

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Episode 2: Barriers to Health + Healing

Episode 2: Barriers to Health + Healing
Nutritional Connections PodcastEpisode 2: Barriers to Health + Healing

The never-ending debate about what diet plan you should be following is...well, never-ending. Perhaps, the focus could be shifted to simply understanding where our food comes from and why the growth, harvest, and manufacturing of some well-loved foods can either support health and healing, or prevent it.  What we fuel our body with is all our body has to work with to make new cells. We literally are what we eat. So, let's talk about what we eat. The 3 staple ingredients in the U.S. diet: wheat, dairy, and sugar. It may surprise you, but I'm not going to tell you that everyone should cut these three foods out of their diets forever. 

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Podcast Episode 1: Nutrition & Love

Podcast Episode 1: Nutrition & Love
Nutritional Connections PodcastEpisode 1: Nutrition & Love

Food + L'amor = Nutrition + Love.

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Melissa Cornwall has spent years researching and implementing nutritionally-based approaches to health and wellness. Her lifelong love of food and health evolved from a hobby to a passion when her daughter was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease.

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