How to Know When a Diet Is No Longer Right for You: Understanding Intuitive Eating & Your Body’s Needs

In the wellness world, we discuss many types of diets. Paleo, keto, intermittent fasting, FODMAPs, GAPS, WAPF, and more. There are many different ways of eating when it comes to nourishing your body. While diets and protocols can have benefits, sometimes you can stick to one that no longer meets your needs. How do you … Read more

Earth Diet approved restaurants in Philadelphia!

Last week I was in Philadelphia, PA for the Natural Product Expo, Expo East. While in town I ate at some delicious spots in Philly! One of my favorite things about traveling is getting to try new restaurants and scouting out places to eat in each place I visit that are local, organic, non-GMO, and use … Read more

The Science of Orange-Colored Fruits and Vegetables

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At the point when fall moves around, orange unexpectedly is by all accounts ruling our spaces. From the parks with orange and yellow-hued trees to our patios and homes finished with orange pumpkins and fall stylistic layout to even our fridges, orange-shaded produce is a top pick for fall plans. Many individuals would concur that … Read more

Heart Disease and Diabetes with a Plant-Based Diet | OnPoint Nutrition

After you have been diagnosed with heart disease or diabetes, one of the first things your doctor is likely to ask you is, “How is your diet?” Both diabetes and heart disease are preventable diseases, and managing your diet and nutrition is a major step in preventing and managing both. Let’s dive into the details of how a plant-based diet can help to prevent and/or reverse your diabetes and heart disease.

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Ulcerative Colitis Pain | OnPoint Nutrition

Ulcerative Colitis Pain | OnPoint Nutrition

One of the key markers of Ulcerative Colitis is pain. However, pain location and severity often differ from person to person. Ulcerative Colitis (UC) pain originates from inflammation in the inner lining of the large intestine and can feel like stabbing pain or cramping in the abdominal area. However, some people with UC also experience pain in other areas of their body, such as their joints. Many people with UC, diagnosed or undiagnosed, assume the pain in their gut and their joints is unrelated since UC is a GI condition. Let’s explore how they’re related.

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Is Ulcerative Colitis an Autoimmune Condition? | OnPoint Nutrition

Is Ulcerative Colitis an Autoimmune Condition? | OnPoint Nutrition

If you have a condition such as Ulcerative Colitis, it’s important to understand the etiology of your disease to be able to treat it properly. A question we are frequently asked about UC is if it is an autoimmune condition. The short answer is yes, but it’s important to understand what that means for your treatment plan. First, let’s review what exactly an autoimmune disease is.

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