• May 12, 2018

    Visit The Downtown Farmers Market @ Ancestor Square

    By Julie Hunter Mother’s Day weekend marks the eleventh annual opening of the Downtown Farmers Market in Ancestor Square. This launches a new season of weekly gatherings for area growers, artisans, craftspeople, performers and the community, each Saturday morning. Originally cultivated by Nicki and Randall Richards, owners of the Painted...

  • May 12, 2018

    Why Meal Prep? Why Now?

    “let thy food be thy medicine and Medicine be thy food” -Hippocrates Twisted Kitchen was started on January 1st 2018, and can be found inside the Twisted Noodle Café in downtown St. George. Chef Cameron Payne, former chef of the Biggest Loser Resorts and owner of Twisted Noodle Café, found there...

  • March 12, 2018

    Stress-Free Tips for Feeding Children

    By: Emily Fonnesbeck RD, CD The daily process of navigating meal times can be exhausting, frustrating and draining. However, there are some things that may help make meal times more enjoyable for everyone, including parents and caretakers. I hope these tips below will help you establish more peaceful meal patterns:...

  • March 12, 2018

    3 Tips to Help You Harvest Healthy Habits

    By Coleen Andruss, MD Tip 1: Begin better health at the grassroots level – in the garden. Growing and eating fresh food works wonders on anyone trying to optimize their health. Fruits and vegetables should be an important part of a daily diet. They contain vitamins and minerals that can...

  • February 5, 2018

    Restaurant Journeys: Angelica’s Mexican Grill

    If you’re like most people, Mexican food is a go-to choice when it comes to dining out. Now, finding a truly excellent establishment that provides consistency with both menu and service can seem like an expedition. For those on that journey, I highly recommend you quickly make your way to...

  • July 16, 2017

    7 things to know about type 2 diabetes

    Each week, I see patients at Southwest Internal Medicine, many who have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. While each patient is unique in their concerns, frustrations and goals, over the past few years I have found a lot of commonalities. I’d like to share seven of them with you:   First,and most importantly, I would...

  • July 2, 2017

    Juicing vs. Blending

    Some of us may be used to waking up in the morning and drinking a sugar-filled coffee, or perhaps turn to a diet soda for a caffeinated pick-me up. These drinks likely contain zero nutrients and may or may not give you increased energy, but are almost always guaranteed to make you crash later on. Are you looking for healthier options or feel a little lost about where to begin? Let us help...

  • March 11, 2017

    Emotional Eating

    We all eat emotionally to a certain extent. Food is social, it holds memories, and we feel comfort, satisfaction and pleasure from it. I encourage you to eat with emotion—that is, let your food be meaningful and satisfying—as opposed to emotional eating, which can become an issue when you use...

  • March 9, 2017

    Viva Chicken

    “Food as good for you as it is delicious.” Part of what makes going out to eat enjoyable is the experience as a whole. When atmosphere and background merge with taste and satisfaction, you have a winning combination. This is how I would describe dining at Viva Chicken. A Peruvian...

  • March 1, 2017

    5 Principles of Healthy Weight Loss

    It happens to all of us. The summer ends, and we become less active. Then the holidays arrive, and we overindulge in that gift bag of chocolate-covered superfruit. By the time January hits, the scale is showing some bad numbers, so we all resolve to hit the gym (and Costco...

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