Category: Guest Posts

Guest Posts

Guest Post: How to Reduce Sugar Intake

Reducing your sugar intake is perhaps the single best thing you can do your health and well being, and here’s why. Excess intake may contribute

Food allergy
Guest Posts

Food Allergies vs Intolerances

Recent estimates suggest that 3.6% of Americans, or approximately 1 in 25 adults, live with a food allergy or intolerance (1). However, intolerance and allergy

Guest Posts

3 Steps to Mindful Eating

When clients work with me, they expect to talk about their food choices and answer questions like: How many fruits and vegetables do you eat

FODMAP
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Managing IBS with FODMAPs

Understanding IBS Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a functional gastrointestinal disorder afflicting between 10-15% of the U.S. adult population (1). There are no specific tests

tracking
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Why Do We Lie to Our Cronometer?

It’s happened again.  I lied to my Cronometer. Well, I didn’t entirely lie.  I just didn’t tell it the whole truth. I started out the day

fruit
Guest Posts

How much fruit is too much?

Regardless of the type of diet followed, pretty much everyone can agree that eating vegetables is a good idea. However, when it comes to fruit,

Low Carb Revolution
Guest Posts

2018 – The Year of Low Carb

Interview with Dr. Richard Feinman, Professor of Cell Biology, Richard Feinman, PhD, is a cell biologist who is widely credited with doing some of the

Inflammation
Fitness

Fighting Inflammation with Food

‘Inflammation’ is a commonly cited, yet poorly understood, condition that is often used as a “catch-all” diagnosis by both the wellness and medical community to

waist measure
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What is the Glycemic Index?

Although it may seem like diet trends are constantly changing, the reality is that most popular diets are simply iterations of the low-carb, low-fat, or

Nighttime Snacking
Guest Posts

How to Stop Nighttime Snacking

If you struggle with ‘nighttime snacking’, ‘nighttime noshing’ or the ‘midnight munchies’, you’re not alone. In fact, this annoying little habit is by far the

Guest Posts

How to Find Credible Nutrition Information

Edit   In this further guest posting from Susan MacFarlane, RD, we discuss finding credible nutrition information. Nowadays, everyone seems to be an expert when it

OldAndHealthy
Guest Posts

The Link between Diet and Longevity

Another great post by our resident RD, Susan Macfarlene, this time on the link between diet and longevity: As hard as we might try to

Nighttime Snacking
Guest Posts

Intermittent Fasting and Weight Loss

Another post by our resident RD, Susan Macfarlene, this time tackling the sometimes controversial topic of intermittent fasting and weight loss: Fasting has been an

Guest Posts

Understanding PRAL Alkaline Diets

Another post by our expert registered dietitian, Susan McFarlane. This time, Susan tackles PRAL centered/alkaline diets and the science behind them. Potential Renal Acid Load

Hunger while dieting
Guest Posts

The Key to Successful Weight Loss

Another post by our expert registered dietitian, Susan McFarlane. This time, Susan tackles the tricky subjects of hunger, satiety and the factors that contribute to

weight plateau
Guest Posts

Why is my weight plateauing?

Guest post by Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist utilizing cronometer.com to help run a busy private practice in Ontario, discussing the challenge of hitting a

2018 Resolutions
General

Setting Successful New Year’s Resolutions

Another guest post from Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist utilizing cronometer.com to help run a busy private practice in Ontario, discussing the challenge of new

Staying Healthy During the Holidays
Guest Posts

How to Stay on Track during the Holidays

Another guest post from Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist utilizing cronometer.com to help run a busy private practice in Ontario, discussing the challenge of healthy

Eat Smarter Live Better
Guest Posts

Building a Healthy Baby

Another guest post from Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist running a busy private practice in Canada’s capital of Ottawa, Ontario, detailing using Cronometer.com (https://cronometer.com) to

Basket of Groceries
Guest Posts

Understanding Cronometer’s Nutrient Ratios – Zinc/Copper

Another guest post from Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist running a busy private practice in Canada’s capital of Ottawa, Ontario, detailing Cronometer.com’s  (https://cronometer.com) nutrient ratios.

Siphiwe Baleka
Fitness

Fitness Trucking Video

We hope you enjoyed the guest post from Siphiwe at Fitness Trucking. If you’ve not had a chance to read it, click here https://cronometer.com/blog/truckers-lose-weight-with-cronometer-com/ We just watched