I was a college student. Like many others I had an undecided major. I was full of doubt, anxiety, and self criticisms. I had no concept of wellness. I was tired all the time. I was unhappy and I was in pain. I developed body dysmorphia and early onsets of bulimia. I would think about… Continue reading how nutrition stopped me from bulimia.
If you pay attention to labels (food and other), you’ll find gluten free written almost everywhere. On a bag of chips or candy, or even makeup products. It leads you to believe that gluten is something that is bad for you, and should be avoided, and this has become a marketing tool over the past… Continue reading Should You Go Gluten Free?
What is Ramadan? Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and it is a time where Muslims globally fast during daylight hours for an entire month. Since the Islamic calendar is lunar, every year Ramadan falls about a week and a half earlier than the year before. Muslims who participate during this holy… Continue reading 3 Tips: Nutritionist’s Guide to a Healthier Ramadan
The Menstrual Cycle & How to Reduce the Dreaded Pain I can speak for most of us ladies when I say “that time of the month” is one of the most dreaded days of our year. The menstrual cycle. Many women experience menstrual cramps, also known as dysmenorrhea, and those can be painful. The pain… Continue reading The Cycle
Dietary Fiber What is fiber? According to research conducted by the World Health Organization, dietary changes have shifted and people are consuming less dietary fiber. This transition has contributed to adverse health conditions of many populations. Dietary fiber comes from plant cells. It is known as the part of the plant that cannot be broken… Continue reading Dietary Fiber – Why You Need it