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Understanding Thyroid Disorders and Symptoms

Do you feel stuck with a lifelong diagnosis? Are you tired of taking medications that still make you feel bad? The thyroid gland contributes to almost every function in the body. When it malfunctions, this leaves the body open to a slew of disorders. What many do not know is that this doesn’t have to… Read more »

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The pink ribbons are everywhere. The local schools are adorning their athletes in pink socks and pink jerseys. The Fight Like a Girl signs are up, proudly standing behind every woman who’s ever been affected. Pink, pink, PINK! There’s no mistaking it: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As we go through the days, however,… Read more »

Vegan Cooking Class

The Holidays will be great when you don’t have to stress over what’s on your plate! Come enjoy a traditional and very tasty Thanksgiving Raw Vegan meal.  Stay slim and trim with a delicious raw meal that will satisfy your holiday taste buds. Raw foods give you energy, so you won’t feel tired and sluggish… Read more »

Don’t Get Your Tinsel in a Tangle

Join Brittany Golden to learn how stress can affect your health and how to keep it in check for the holidays this year. Don’t get your tinsel in a tangle! Learn some helpful tips to sit back, relax, and enjoy this beautiful season! Included will also be some information on: Avoiding the holiday diet splurge… Read more »

Flu Season

As much as I love my Michigan summers, there’s something almost poetic to be said for the moment it all ends. The air takes on that invigorating feel only a Midwesterner can recognize. The leaves change into their russet and amber colors before floating to the ground. You can almost smell it in the air…. Read more »

September 21st is National Gratitude Day!

September 21, 2018 is National Gratitude Day! Yes, that’s a thing. Although every day should be National Gratitude Day, I especially like that it has a day because it gives me a chance to spread the love and to also tell you something you may not know. What is it? I think that gratitude is… Read more »

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 »