Tag Archives: nutrition

By: Michelle Miller, Clinical Nutritionist & Rachel Naar, Registered Dietitian We’ve all had a wound: a cut, scratch or scrape that breaks the skin. Most wounds on healthy people heal quickly when kept clean and free of infection, while other types of wounds are more serious and often require medical intervention. All wounds can benefit from using […]

By: Diana Fleeter, MS Candidate How Do People End Up With a Parasite Infection? Have you been told you have a parasite infection? Afraid of contracting a parasite? You’re not alone. Millions of Americans contract at least one type of parasite in their lifetime. Many realize they have it, and many do not, but catching […]

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 […]

We heard you loved our newsletter feature on stabilizing blood sugar, complete with recommendations from our partners at Metagenics (e.g. Ultra Glucose Control), so we wanted to give you a little extra taste (pun intended). Physio Logic’s Clinical Nutritionist, Michelle Miller, MSACN; and Nutritional Educator & Registered Dietitian, Rachel Naar, RD, provide 5 easy tips […]

Physio Logic’s Contributing Registered Dietitian, Rachel Naar, RD, discusses the causes and treatments of constipation, diarrhea, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). When ya gotta go, you gotta go or sometimes you don’t gotta go at all! Here we take a deeper dive into some of the most common gastrointestinal conditions, and shed some light on […]

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