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Monica Reinagel
Licensed nutritionist, author, media expert, creator of Nutrition Diva podcast, blogger
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Monica Reinagel 4h
In this interview with Rebecca Scritchfield, author of Body Kindness, you'll learn why striving for the "perfect" is a waste of energy, how to avoid the "compare and despair" trap, and how to end the struggle and find freedom with food.
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Monica Reinagel 12h
By the time we're in our 30s, most of us have already reached our peak in terms of lean muscle mass. From that point on, most of us are gradually losing muscle. Is it possible to slow age-related muscle loss?
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Monica Reinagel Jun 15
When it comes to a healthy gut, prebiotics may be way more important than probiotics.
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Monica Reinagel Jun 14
"Cravings comes from non-conscious brain activity. You can manage how your behavior responds to that craving, but you can't get rid of the craving or decide not to have it." Stephan Guyenet, author of The Hungry Brain explains how we're betrayed by our very own brains.
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Monica Reinagel Jun 14
I looked into a study on the merits of Meratrim—an over-the-counter supplement that's making the rounds.
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Monica Reinagel Jun 13
What do we know about high diets and children?
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Monica Reinagel Jun 13
Broccoli is a carb.
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Monica Reinagel Jun 13
Coconuts or cows—how can you know which milk is right for you? 🥥🐄
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Monica Reinagel Jun 13
My new favorite Twitter feed
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Monica Reinagel Jun 12
From the idea that breast size matters to the thought that drinking more water helps, there's a lot of myths out there about breast milk production. 🤱
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Monica Reinagel Jun 11
Some claim that chewing on a saltine can reveal how much carbohydrate you should eat, but I think this concept is completely crackers.
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Monica Reinagel Jun 11
My interview with on Leaky Gut Syndrome is now live. Get ready to be SCHOOLED!!
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Monica Reinagel Jun 11
Are pesticides reaching our plates and does that make our food unsafe?
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Monica Reinagel Jun 10
If you're a big nut-eater, should you be concerned about aflatoxins?
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Monica Reinagel Jun 10
Let's talk about high-heat and EVOO.
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Quick and Dirty Tips Jun 6
. takes the stress out of healthy eating by busting popular food myths and separating the over-hyped trends from science-based fact. Listen now on and start living a happier, healthier lifestyle.
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Monica Reinagel Jun 9
Eating more may help you lose weight, but not by canceling out the calories you've already eaten.
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Monica Reinagel Jun 8
Excessive summer weight gain among kids is increasing at an alarming rate. As school lets out and the warmer months begin, here's how to help your child avoid this season.
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Monica Reinagel Jun 7
Can Chilling Your Rice Cut Calories in Half?
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Monica Reinagel Jun 6
I'm often asked about my own , and while I usually feel like a pretty good diet is usually good enough, there are a few things you will never find on my plate.
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