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Kristin Brown Dietitian

60 Second Health Tip – Fibre and Hormones

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One thing I focus on with my clients is fibre intake. Fibre intake is important for general health but it is especially important when my clients are dealing with issues related to hormone imbalance. One of the major ways we detox excess estrogen from the body (among many other things) is by having a bowel movement everyday (and we all know that fibre can be really helpful for regularity). Research…

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Kristin Brown Dietitian

Grounded Health Product Swap Guide

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You guys – I have to start this post by saying I am SO sorry I have been so sporadic over here on the blog (please follow me on Instagram here – I am super active over there right now!) Life with a full nutrition practice, working on a bunch of amazing projects for you guys and being a twin mom and wife has got me full out 24/7 (not…

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Have A Scale In My Office

Why I No Longer Have A Scale In My Office

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To Scale Or Not To Scale When I first opened my private practice I knew one thing had to change – there would no longer be a scale in my office. There are two schools of thought on this issue and for a long time I thought that weighing yourself on a regular basis was a good way to keep you “honest” and “on track” because, let’s be real, sometimes…

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Should you hire someone to help you lose weight

Should You Hire Someone To Help You Lose Weight?

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People ask me all the time, “so what do you actually do?” and I have yet to come up with an answer that does not end up with me word vomiting all over them. If I simply say “I help people eat healthier” then I usually hear “I know what to do, I just don’t do it”. At first I use to brush this statement off with a little bit…

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