Archive for NUTRITION

  • July 20, 2019

    Katering Koncepts: When It Just Has To Be Perfect

    Katering Koncepts: When It Just Has To Be Perfect By SGHW Staff Ten years ago, Kelly Shannon and Doug Naetzel shared the vision of creating a catering business that would provide for people a gold-standard experience for both private and corporate events. Kelly and Doug have always enjoyed entertaining. Long...

  • May 15, 2019

    Inflammation Reversal and Prevention

    By Bentley Murdock   When it comes to pain, disease, sickness, and illnesses of nearly every kind, inflammation is one of the most pivotal underlying factors. To put it very simply, inflammation is generated in the presence of agitation, discord, friction, and/or foreign substances in the body. The following is...

  • May 15, 2019

    AFFOGATO West: Gourmet Beverages Infused with Love & Chaos

    By SGHW Staff Affogato West, southern Utah’s new gourmet coffee house, is quickly becoming the “community” place to enjoy exceptional gourmet coffees, non-coffee beverages, smoothies, and locally baked pastries. Located inside Unicorn Hatch Labs (a shared community work space) and behind Tropical Smoothie, Affogato is much more than a coffee...

  • March 7, 2019

    Nutritional Daily Resolutions

    By Bentley Murdock   As we leave winter behind and head in to warmer weather, I am hoping that you have been successful in taking the four baby steps for good health that I listed in my last article (oxygen, sunshine, water, and sleep). This issue, I would like to...

  • January 16, 2019

    Restaurant Journeys: Red Fort Cuisine of India

    By SGHW Staff St. George has slowly been evolving to having a reputation not only for its picturesque landscape and desirable weather, but also for its one of a kind dining experiences. Garnering rave reviews since its opening in September of 2018, Red Fort Indian Cuisine is the newest and...

  • January 16, 2019

    Nutritional Daily Resolutions

    We’ve all made (and will likely continue to make) outrageously idealistic resolutions at the dawn of the new year. We then find ourselves not quite as committed when February rolls around. This year, let’s start where success is easy and be content with a few foundational and totally sustainable baby-steps that...

  • November 14, 2018

    An Evening At The Painted Pony

    By Diane Del Toro   When husband-and-wife team Randall Richards and Nicki Pace became the owners of The Painted Pony restaurant, they had one goal in mind: They wanted to prepare inspired and delicious meals using organic, locally-grown, sustainable ingredients. They not only were committed to this goal, they also...

  • November 13, 2018

    Eat Healthy During The Holidays

    By Bentley Murdock   We all know the typical drill during the holidays: Any and all structured health and nutrition efforts are immediately tossed out the window. Almost overnight, we find ourselves yet again with at least a baker’s dozen more pounds to lose on New Year’s Day. Soooo…in an...

  • September 6, 2018

    LDL Cholesterol and HDL Cholesterol: What is the Difference?

    By Bentley Murdock   Having dedicated my education as a nutritionist to the reversing and preventing of physical disease, one of the questions I hear most often is “What’s the difference between HDL cholesterol and LDL cholesterol?” Most people’s automatic answer to such a question might have a rather large...

  • July 10, 2018

    Living Food

    By Bentley Murdock, Certified Wholistic Nutritionist Discover the Health Benefits of Nutrient-Dense Microgreens Growing up in my family, nutrition was naturally a big part of everyday life, primarily because of the constant influence of our two family businesses, Nature’s Way (from my dad’s side of the family) and Miller’s Honey...

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