Weight Management

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About Ryan Ehtessabian, CNS

The NutriMap Mission

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    There is no question that the metabolic syndrome raises our risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease.  Although genetics plays a role in the diagnosis of metabolic syndrome, there is also no question that a major factor contributing to the syndrome is that we are eating too much and exercising too little.   The Metabolic Syndrome is caused by the body’s inability to effectively process nutrients like fats and sugars.   One out of four American adults now have what experts call “ The Metabolic Syndrome”. According to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute,...

 
 
HighCholesterol2

   So you just got back from your Dr. visit and your blood work was reviewed. If your results concluded that you have high total cholesterol, you probab...

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insulin_cycle

The Science of Endocrine Regulation of Metabolism Endocrine Regulation of Metabolism: We eat sugar and we eat carbohydrate; as a result, our bodies break t...

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pregnancy-nutrition

Some nutrient requirements are greater during lactation than during pregnancy, however, the requirements are the same for:        - Calcium and Iron ...

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Yogurt and berries

Prebiotics and Probiotics are associated with the restoration and maintenance of the colon. They are commonly confused for one another, so I’ll expla...

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sugar

The Basic Science of How Going Sugar Free can make you Happy        If you’ve been following my blogs, you should be fairly educated on how carbohy...

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Total-0

    If you’ve ever looked at the labels on foods and drinks, you’ve noticed the long list of ingredients and additives that bring back some names yo...

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