16Jul 2019
Nutrition for the Athlete in Brooklyn NY

By: Michelle Miller, Clinical Nutritionist & Rachel Naar, Registered Dietitian What to Eat and How to Eat It Carbohydrates Muscle glycogen is used the most rapidly during the first stages of exercise. And you guessed it, you’re going to need to make sure you’ve got an adequate supply. This is the only nutrient that can be used for […]

02Jul 2019

Guide and best practices to replenish electrolytes and fluids after a workout. By: Michelle Miller, Clinical Nutritionist & Rachel Naar, Registered Dietitian Water constitutes most of our body weight and provides the medium by which other nutrients function. The thirst mechanism is most effective at rest, so if you’re hitting the gym or going for a run you […]

25Jun 2019

By: Diana Fleeter, MS Candidate Have you been hearing all of the CBD “craze” and wondering what it’s all about? With CBD lattes, cookies, and tinctures filling up every shop, it’s time to clarify what it is, what it is used for and the various types that you can purchase. What is CBD? Cannabidiol (CBD) […]

18Jun 2019
Post Pregnancy Nutrition at Physio Logic NYC

By: Michelle Miller, Clinical Nutritionist & Rachel Naar, Registered Dietitian We prepped you with some nutritional education surrounding what to eat when you’re expecting. Nine months later, we want to prep you with the confidence and facts for both you and your baby to thrive after you’ve delivered. Breast is Best: (But we won’t judge you if you […]

09May 2019

By: Michelle Miller, Clinical Nutritionist & Rachel Naar, Registered Dietitian Healthy bones are important to our bodies because our bones support us and allow us to move. They protect our brain, heart, and other organs from injury. The body needs vitamin D, calcium, and a wide variety of other important vitamins and nutrients (including regular […]

29Apr 2019
How to Detect and Manage Histamine Intolerance | Clinical Nutrition at Physio Logic NYC in Brooklyn, NY |

By: Rachel Naar, Registered Dietitian Flushing? Hives? Short of Breath? You may feel like it’s your run of the mill allergic reaction, but histamine intolerance can cause a wide variety of symptoms mimicking that of an allergic reaction, when it’s actually a food intolerance. Let’s first take a second to explain the differences, and then […]

19Mar 2019
5 Foods That Help You Sleep

Many studies in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that eating less fiber (from fruits, vegetables, 100% whole grains, and legumes) more saturated fat (from red meat, animal proteins, and cheese), and more added sugar (in processed foods) is associated with lighter, less restorative, and more disrupted sleep. Even a single day of greater […]

26Feb 2019
Nutritionists vs Dietitians

As the fields of nutrition and wellness grow, it’s more important now than ever to be sure you’re seeing qualified health practitioners. The education, requirements, and specialties of nutritionists vs dietitians are nuanced, as is a health coach vs nutritionist and so on. From RDs to NDs, Physio Logic’s Clinical Nutritionist, Michelle Miller, MSACN; and Diana […]

19Feb 2019
Too much salt and sodium can be bad for your health.

Below, Physio Logic’s Clinical Nutritionist, Michelle Miller, MSACN; and Nutritional Educator & Registered Dietitian, Rachel Naar, RD, shake out some facts to learn about sodium, why we should limit it, and some healthful alternatives to promote heart health. What is sodium anyways? Sodium is a mineral found naturally in foods (celery, beets) and is the major part […]