These days, smartphones are like the control center for your health. They can also be the control center for your health. Registered dietitian and Growing Bolder’s nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell reveals the most useful apps for staying healthy.
Registered dietitian and Growing Bolder’s nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell is getting personal this week to reveal her close family connection to food and disease-prevention and why she thinks food is more powerful than any pills.
It’s tough enough to eat right when you feel good but what about when you feel awful? Registered dietitian and Growing Bolder’s nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell offers straight talk about eating smart during a difficult time.
Experts estimate that one-third of the annual cancer deaths could be prevented with weight loss, exercise and a healthier diet. Registered dietitian Dr. Susan Mitchell offers simple tips for reducing your risk of cancer.
Are you connected to your smartphone 24/7? There are so many great apps and tools to use to commit to healthy eating and fitness. Dr. Susan Mitchell shares some of her favorites.
More and more, doctors are paying close attention to the levels of inflammation in your body, which has been linked to many common diseases. Registered dietician Dr. Susan Mitchell has five inflammation-lowering foods you should be eating now.
It’s a great tool to have in your kitchen because it can help you make delicious and healthy meals for the whole family! Cast iron is all the rage — yes, once again.
Growing Bolder’s registered dietitian Dr. Susan Mitchell says that in particular, wines from the Puglia region of Italy are coming into their own for taste and health benefits.
Meat that tastes metallic? Dry mouth? Nausea? Those are just a few of the side effects from treatment for cancer, and they can make eating a real chore. Dr. Susan Mitchell has some tricks for surviving and thriving through food.
If bacteria causes so many diseases — why are we hearing so much about probiotics being a part of a healthy diet? Growing Bolder’s registered dietitian and nutrition expert Dr. Susan Mitchell is clearing up the label confusion.