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This month's newsletter discusses the reasons for seeing a holistic dietitian and announces a FREE, nutrition class. Nutrition tips include an article on how to promote healthier skin, hair and nails this summer, an article on the supplement BCAA, and more!
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Why should you see a holistic dietitian, like Livia? 

 

Nutrition is far more involved than calories in versus calories out, and the reasons for seeing a dietitian are not focused only on losing weight and keeping it off. Here are 20 reasons you will benefit from Nutrily, LLC services:

 

1) if you are working out, but not seeing results. 
2) if you have recently been diagnosed with a food allergy, sensitivity or intolerance.
3) if you are confused by nutrition information. Eggs are good, then eggs are bad. 
4) if you have a chronic disease such as diabetes or joint pain. 
5) if you have a condition like high blood pressure or anemia. 
6) if you are thinking of having or have had stomach weight loss surgery
7) if you have digestive problems
8) if you are pregnant or trying to get pregnant
9) if you are breastfeeding your baby. 
10) if you want to gain weight or muscle mass.
11) if you want to increase your energy level
12) if you want to improve your memory or concentration
13) if you are not sleeping well
14) if you want to improve the health of you nails, hair, and skin
15) if you want to control a symptom like migraines, or a stuffy nose  
16) if you want to boost your health to prevent recurrent infections or sickness
17) if you want to promote longevity
18) if you are a beginner in culinary skills, or if you want to adapt healthy meals into a busy routine
19) if you want to learn how to read labels and buy the best products. 
20) if you need supplementation.

 

Nutrily, LLC recommends functional foods and nutraceuticals: foods or ingredients that produce beneficial health effects beyond their basic nutritional functions. Various health conditions can be managed with functional foods and nutraceuticals, including prevention of hair loss or weak nails, decrease the progression of aging skin, improvement of muscle growth, control of hypothyroidism or migraines, and help to promote lasting weight loss in a healthy manner.

 

You can find more reasons to see Livia here.

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August Nutrition Tips 

Eat These Foods for Better Hair, Skin and Nails This Summer  



Get Your Skin and Locks Glowing with These Mouthwatering & Nutritious Ingredients 


People often become more concerned about their appearance in the summer for a simple reason: they want to enjoy the outdoors and wear less clothing. Unfortunately, the things that make summer fun, like sun and heat, are also the ones that can cause damage to your hair, skin and nails.

That is, however, unless, you make the effort to maintain good eating habits, which can offset this damage; the problem is that because professional women are busy with their careers, they often neglect their diets. That’s not good for health or appearance, since a diet that properly nourishes the body is the key to a harmonic body, an ideal weight, and ultimately, the silky hair, soft skin, and strong nails that everyone wants.

Also, in an attempt to maintain an ideal weight, many people focus on the calories they consume, and not the nutritional value of the food itself. Unfortunately, this often results in increased hair loss, acne, and weak nails. In addition, consuming the wrong types of foods can lead to inflammation of the body’s cells and the breakdown of collagen, keratin, and elastin (essential components of lustrous hair, healthy skin, and fast-growing nails). Lastly, a toxic overload, stress, and a poor diet all contribute to a drab complexion, dry, thin locks, and brittle nails that never seem to grow.

The flip side: one of the most rewarding things about eating a healthy diet is that your hair, skin, and nails are often the first to change when your diet improves! Why? Because they are all influenced by the foods you choose to eat, and given that hair and nails are made from keratin, it makes sense that your diet choices affect them similarly.

So here are some tips on foods to add — and to eliminate! — in order to get shiny hair, glistening skin, and stronger nails:


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A Terrific Trio – 
The BCAAs
Published at the International Society of Sports Nutrition!


For those who don’t know exactly what Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) are, here you go: they include the amino acids valine, leucine and isoleucine. They are part of the family of essential amino acids in which leucine plays the key role in promoting muscle protein anabolism, or synthesis. For those who are active and looking to increase performance and perhaps muscle mass, BCAAs may be worth taking. Here’s the short story of how the BCAAs might act as an ergogenic aid. During prolonged exercise, plasma tryptophan (another amino acid) rises resulting in feelings of fatigue. Research, however, shows that if you consume BCAAs, it may compete with free tryptophan; thus reducing your perception of fatigue. The result is that less tryptophan goes to your brain, you get less fatigued and experience higher performance! Interesting…The effective dose is ~5 to 20 g. This can still be easily reached with protein-rich foods; however, the data on BCAAs regarding its ergogenic properties are on the three amino acids as a stand-alone supplement (not as part of a food).

So are there benefits for weight trainers? 

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August Recipe

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What's New: FREE Health Coached Class

Coming Soon!


Eating Healthy on a Crazy Busy Schedule - A time management class that will help with your eating habits.

Livia will present a FREE class in August with limited seating! More to come.

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Livia had very bad coffee this week... So she posted this picture on Facebook.

This is Livia in Hawaii enjoying the best coffee she has ever had. You should try Kona coffee sometime. :)
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