As we age, we don’t absorb nutrients the way we used to. There is a way to get all those nutrients in you it tastes so good it tastes like you’re having dessert while you do it. Find out how to blend up the perfect superfood smoothie.
For years, the egg has gotten a bad rap. Registered dietitian and Growing Bolder’s nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell cracks open the controversy and reveals the truth behind one of the confusing foods of all.
The buffet is the dreaded foe of nutrition. But there are sensible ways to survive it. Growing Bolder nutrition expert and registered dietitian Dr. Susan Mitchell shares her tips for surviving the buffet.
Retirement isn’t what it used to be. Heck, it isn’t WHERE it used to be. See how Boomer are leading the way and rewriting the rules for what it means to retire.
When you shop — whether at the grocery store or at your favorite boutique — you’re probably thinking about what the items are made or or how much they cost. But perhaps the most important thing to consider is what color they are!
For years, we were told we should avoid avocados because they’re full of fat. We were told wrong. Growing Bolder nutrition expert and registered dietitian Dr. Susan Mitchell unwraps the myth behind the avocado, especially the versatile avocado oil.
Every day, we’re bombarded with media images of muscled and impossibly thin bodies. Learn how even teenage boys are affected with with an unhealthy body image and are taking dangerous steps for better bodies.
Eggs have had a bad reputation over the years, but is it deserved? We’re going to unscramble the confusion. From cholesterol to fat, to yolks vs. whites, registered dietitian and nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell and Neva Cochran break some news.
Milk, dark, with nuts, with fruit — you have heard that some kinds of chocolate can actually be healthy, but how do you make the right choice? We put Growing Bolder’s registered dietitian and nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell to the test.
Tired of trying — and failing at — the latest diet fads? Featured contributor and registered dietitian Susan Mitchell, Ph.D., says you can trade the latest trends for something that is not only clinically proven but also doable and delicious.