The Bitter-Sweet Truth About Added Sugar…

Confused about Sugar? How much is OK? Is it really thaat bad?

Wondering what Added Sugar even means??? This refers to the amount of sugar added to a product during processing, which would not naturally be […]

My Favorite Summer Recipes as Seen on WHJL’s Daytime Tri-Cities!

Looking for fresh and easy summer meals?
With the summer months so full of on-the-go outdoor activities, get-togethers, and socializing with friends and families, it can be hard to slow down and spend time cooking in […]

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National Eating Disorders Awareness Week with Monique Richard, MS, RDN

Tomorrow marks the start of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.

In honor of this, I’d like to take a moment to highlight the work of the Tri-Cities’ first and only Eating Disorder Resource Center, A Place […]

Share the “First Wealth of Health” for #GivingTuesday

We are now in the throes of the holiday season and all of the excess eating, shopping, drinking that comes with it!

Today, Tuesday December 1, 2015 is #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back […]

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Raising awareness about eating disorders in our region

This aired live on media blitz day. We arrived at 7:30 a.m. and had a great interview with Tim Cable and his “Thinking Out Loud” radio show.

 

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Daytime Tri-Cities

Daytime Tri-Cities gave us time this morning to talk about our Storytelling Fundraiser on Feb 10 benefiting A Place Of Healing in Johnson City.

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