Apr 6

April 6, 2016

Having a normal BMI Does Not Necessarily Mean That You Are Healthy

As a dietitian I’ve often had to “rely” on BMI to assess a person’s health. Although BMI may be an okay initial starting point, it can be a very inaccurate measure of a person’s health. According to a┬ástudy from the Annals of Internal Medicine Relationship Among Body Fat Percentage, Body Mass Index and All-Cause Mortality, and my own experience assessing…

Oct 5

October 5, 2014

The Gluten and Grain Befuddlement

Going on a Gluten-Free diet seems to be the latest diet craze, or even cutting ALL grains out completely. With this new diet trend comes the promise that we will lead healthier, thinner and more energetic lives. But is this really true, and why, all of a sudden, are wheat and other grains being demonized? Before deciding to jump on…