Corporate Wellness
Nutrition education is a small ticket item for employers to reap big benefits. By improving the understanding of how nutrition affects the body, employees are healthier, more productive and qualify for lower insurance premiums.  Simple lunch and...
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Welcome SDG&E Sempra lecture attendees! I hope you enjoyed Managing Stress with Nutrition and my Tips for Travel Nutrition. I hope you come to find that good nutrition can increase your resilience to stress and...
Nutrition Testing
Nutrition Testing There are several types of nutrition testing that provide the most benefit.  Basic information on each is below and you can go to the company websites to learn more. Nutritional testing AND an excellent dietary/lifestyle history are...
Cleanse got ya down? Here’s my Cleanse Fixer Upper!
Cleanse got ya down? Here’s my Cleanse Fixer Upper!
I don't always recommend a cleanse for my patients, but when I do, I try to understand their palate so I can help them be...
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Homemade Acai Bowls bring so much joy!
Homemade Acai Bowls bring so much joy!
Acai bowls are one of life's weekend treasures for me. I've tried quite a few commercial juice bar versions, but my homemade ones are still...
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Gluten Free Guide to Maui
Gluten Free Guide to Maui
    I just returned from a week on Maui with my daughter and it was AMAZING!  Besides being sun and sand lovers, we are...
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Sugar–How to live with less
Sugar–How to live with less
Okay I'm cheating a bit here. My lastest article for Rancho La Puerta on Quitting Sugar is here! Sugar is perhaps the most important aspect...
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Getting started is the hardest part, no matter how many times you do it
Getting started is the hardest part, no matter how many times you do it
When I was a little girl, I begged my mom and dad to take me to the annual Easter Egg Hunt in Recreation Park. The...
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Maximizing nutrition during chemo and radiation
Maximizing nutrition during chemo and radiation
When you are fighting for your life against cancer, all aspects of your health come under scrutiny. Your lab work is checked meticulously, you choose...
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Welcome SDG&E Sempra lecture attendees!

I hope you enjoyed Managing Stress with Nutrition and my Tips for Travel Nutrition.

I hope you come to find that good nutrition can increase your resilience to stress and can even make travel days a lot less stressful!

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Nutrition Testing

Nutrition Testing

There are several types of nutrition testing that provide the most benefit.  Basic information on each is below and you can go to the company websites to learn more. Nutritional testing AND an excellent dietary/lifestyle history are the best ways to get information on how to start improving your health. To proceed with testing, contact me at rdlinda@nutritionmuse.com

Details:

  • Test kits can be shipped to you
  • Blood draws are completed with mobile services
  • Interpretation can be in person, telephonic or online
  • $50 fee for consultation to interpret test results
  • Most lab fees are paid directly to the lab
  • Some insurance companies reimburse for nutritional testing

Cyrex Food Sensitivity Testing

Array 3: Wheat, digestive products of wheat, gliadins, and antibody production

Array 4: Cross reactive grains, dairy, egg, and other molecular mimics of gluten

Array 10: Multiple foods, fruit, vegetables, grains, nuts/seeds, meat, fish, legumes

SpectraCell’s Micronutrient Testing

Identifies deficiencies in nutrients below:

  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Amino acids
  • Metabolites
  • Carbohydrate sensitivity
  • Anti-oxidant capacity
  • Immune response

SpectraCell Cardiometabolic Testing

Metabolic panel: glucose, HbA1c, insulin, adiponectin,

Lipid panel: Cholesterol, LDL, HDL, triglycerides, includes particle number/size

Inflammatory markers: ApoB, Lp(a), homocysteine, Hs-C reactive protein

SpectraCell Nutritional Genetic Testing

MTHFR gene traits: Testing for 2 genetic traits identifying genetic limitations in methylation and usage of folate.

ApoE: Identifies best strategies for cholesterol and lipid management

 

What to do for cold and flu

The flu is running rampant but you don’t need to be a victim of it. Basic good nutrition with plenty of vegetables and fresh fruit will do wonders, but a few key supplements with anti-viral and bacteriocidal properties can keep you germ free. Tried and true: Vitamin C 300-1000 mg/day. …

Healthy Gut, Healthy Body, Healthy Brain

Healthy Intestinal Structure   Considering the intestinal tract is a major port of entry to the body, it makes sense that our intestines control a vast majority of our health. Food, water, medicines, germs, herbicides, pesticides, and anything else we chance to swallow is assessed, and either allowed entry or denied. That’s …

Detoxification continued…

Since completing Dr. Andrew Weil’s Environmental Nutrition class, I am convinced more than ever that getting your greens on is a good start, but detoxification should include reducing your exposure to toxins so there is less for the liver to do. When you stop eating processed food, you dramatically reduce …

Getting your greens on

Greens are the most overlooked, under eaten and nutrient packed foods. Leafy greens contain many antioxidants, folic acid and the most not talked about molecule, the methyl group. This small combo of carbon and hydrogen is the driver of detoxification.  And what’s the big deal with all this detoxification? Well, …

One on One

Live your life, only better!

From athletes to weekend warriors, losing those extra pounds, or helping your doctor reduce your reliance on medications for ‘lifestyle issues’ there are solutions to fit everyone’s lives.  High blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, gout, depressionm and even avoiding cancer can be better managed with better food choices that work for you. Helping you make small changes with workable solutions is what it’s about so you run faster, jump higher and improve just about any aspect of your health, performance and wellness.

 One hour individual consultations include:
  • Assessment of current nutrition
  • Recommended nutrition plan
  • Meal planning, as needed
  • Review of supplements for appropriateness and purity
  • Review of medication for drug/nutrient interactions
  • Identification of nutrient depletions by medication
  • Healthy Snacks
  • Healthy Shopping List including recommended brands
  • Healthy Recipes
  • Appropriate research and reference materials, as needed
1/2 hour consultation tailored to individual needs