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Gluten Explained

Do I have a Gluten Intolerance?   We get the same questions from family and friends who are interested or even puzzled by what we do here at Nuview Nutrition. Recently, a comment on one of my blogs made me realize that I need to shed a little more light on this situation. It’s not… Read more »

Supporting the Cancer Process with Nutrition

Nuview Nutrition, LLC presents a FREE Nutrition series. This series will be facilitated by Carly Secoy, BS, NFS, certified in Holistic Cancer Nutrition.  Each week will build on the next as Carly discusses nutrition topics that pertain to cancer patients and caregivers, and those who want to prevent cancer.   Schedule: Thursday, October 4th, 1:00… Read more »

Happy Relaxation Day!

Today – August 15, 2018 – is National Relaxation Day! Yes, that’s actually a thing. It also happens to be my anniversary, which makes sense because I have a pretty relaxing marriage. It took a long time to get to that point, but don’t all great things require work? Well, you, dear reader, also happen… Read more »

Avoid Grilling Carcinogens

Grilling outdoors is the highlight of the spring and summer months. The smell of the smoky embers, while tantalizing, can forewarn of possible carcinogenic food changes during the grilling process.  Knowing what these changes are doing to the food and how to lessen your exposure to them is important not only for food safety, but… Read more »

The Dangers of Bug Spray

My family comes alive in the summer. From the boat to the bonfires, and a weekend or two of glamping (have you met me?), it seems like we do everything outside. My fondest memories are the bonfires. I can still see my sons standing there with their little hoodies on, their faces lit up from… Read more »

Relief is Possible!

Stop suffering needlessly through your menopause transition! Menopause is a natural biological process that concludes the time in a woman’s life for fertility. It is a dreaded time in a woman’s life, consumed with hot flashes, night sweats, weight gain, thinning hair and dry skin, headaches, terrible mood swings, and depression. Did you know that… Read more »

Healthy Swaps for Baking and Cooking

Other than Disney World, Pinterest is my most favorite place on earth. I lose about two hours of my life each time I dive into that site and search for new recipes for my healthy lifestyle. I used to get into what looked like the perfect recipe and have to back right out after seeing… Read more »

No Excuses! Anyone Can Exercise—Even YOU

I exercise because I want to look good in a bathing suit. There. I said it. That’s really what drives me. When I’m down to that last mile and I just want to stop, I imagine myself sitting on my boat. What does that look like? Am I wrapped up in a towel, hunched over,… Read more »

Colon Cancer: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

What is Colon Cancer?  Colon cancer affects the colon, which is also known as the large intestine. When the cancer does not affect the rectum, it is called colon cancer. However, when the cancer does affect the rectum, it is then considered colorectal cancer. Colon cancer tends to begin when small benign clumps of cells… Read more »

Skin Cancer: Symptoms and Prevention

What is Skin Cancer?  The quick answer is that skin cancer is the abnormal and rapid growth of skin cells. However, there’s a lot more to it than people think. It occurs when the body does not repair the damage to the DNA inside skin cells, which allows the cells to divide and then grow uncontrollably…. Read more »