Tips for a healthy and happy Thanksgiving

Composed on November 08 2013/ Comments

Thanksgiving isn't just about the bird and the big game. Here are some tips that my family has enjoyed in making the day full of good memories...

1. Reach out to those around you

Woman with thanksgiving turkey Ask the single gal in your book club if she has anywhere special to go for the holidays. See if the new family at church knows anyone else in town. Inviting people outside your...


Yeast-free healthy holiday tips

Composed on November 01 2013/ Comments

As we approach the holiday season it becomes very easy to forget all that we know about good nutrition. So many people wish they could just skip the holiday season because of the cheating, weight gain, or the junk food consumed. It does not have to be that way! There are excellent substitutions for all of your favorites that won’t leave you feeling guilty. You can still help your body heal and enjoy the holidays!...


Helping kids on the spectrum have a healthy holiday

Composed on November 01 2013/ Comments


Introducing Small Plates!

Composed on May 29 2013/ Comments

Quick and Easy Ways To Stay Healthy, Naturally, in just 6 minutes a week!

Today we are excited to announce the launch of a new video series that we are calling "Small Plates". Small Plates are short screencasts that are delivered to your inbox three times a week. We will cover a new topic every week. Each video will provide quick, actionable tips and hints to help you manage your health on an ongoing basis.



59 Reasons Why Sugar Ruins Your Health

Composed on May 22 2013/ Comments

By Nancy Appleton, Ph.D., author of ‘LICK THE SUGAR HABIT’ Bibliography with references from Medical Journals, Books and Periodicals

  1. Sugar can suppress the immune system.
  2. Sugar upsets the minerals in the body.
  3. Sugar causes hyperactivity, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, and crankiness in children.
  4. Sugar produces a significant rise in triglycerides.
  5. Sugar contributes to the reduction in defense against bacterial infection.
  6. Sugar can cause kidney damage.
  7. Sugar reduces high density lipoproteins (HDL)
  8. Sugar leads to chromium...


Introducing Global Search

Composed on May 21 2013/ Comments

We have combined searching of education, recipes, and pantry items into one seamless search bar that we call Global Search. We did this to make searching for anything within Plateology simple and easy. With global search you now have access to a search bar at the top of every page within the Plateology website. Global Search Bar

Simply type what you're looking for, hit enter, and you will be quickly presented with...


Five things probiotics are known to do

Composed on May 13 2013/ Comments

  1. Help with digestive problems
  2. Help with irritable bowel
  3. Help your immune system to function better
  4. Control diarrhea
  5. Help retain remission from Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis
  6. Help with vaginal yeast overgrowth
  7. Help with allergies
  8. Help with lactose intolerance
  9. Help balance hormones
  10. Help balance neurotransmitters.


What everyone ought to know after they learn they have cancer!

Composed on March 25 2013/ Comments


If your child is on spectrum, are you willing to try this?

Composed on March 18 2013/ Comments


Startling insights you ought to know to address insulin resistance!

Composed on March 11 2013/ Comments


Women who want to end PMS but can't get started!

Composed on March 04 2013/ Comments


Are you serious about wanting to get rid of your acne?

Composed on February 25 2013/ Comments


Men! Watch to discover how to deal with your low testosterone.

Composed on November 15 2012/ Comments


Screaming Kid? Here is A Quick Way To Deal With Middle of The Night Earache

Composed on November 08 2012/ Comments

For a more detailed explanation on milk allergies, be sure to check out our video on “How to tell if you are allergic to milk”


What to do about the flu

Composed on November 01 2012/ Comments


How to tell if you are allergic to milk

Composed on October 25 2012/ Comments

This weeks topic video covers: “How to tell if you are allergic to milk”


It’s a shame to continue dealing with bed wetting when this may be a simple solution!

Composed on October 16 2012/ Comments

In this weeks episode, Dr. Kevin Cantwell and Medical Nutritionist Jodi Smith, discuss some tips on how best to handle bed wetting.


Calling all cancer patients and survivors

Composed on August 20 2012/ Comments

Why Wouldn’t You Put this in Your Arsenal?

So many people today are struggling to see the link to what they eat and how it truly affects their health. They know that they may feel badly after a meal, but do they really understand how it affects their health?

For those battling cancer, or even the ones simply trying to protect themselves from cancer, there is hope. There is exciting research that supports the fact...


William Li - Can we eat to starve cancer?

Composed on August 11 2012/ Comments

William Li presents a new way to think about treating cancer and other diseases: anti-angiogenesis, preventing the growth of blood vessels that feed a tumor. The crucial first (and best) step: Eating cancer-fighting foods that cut off the supply lines and beat cancer at its own game.


I Wish I Knew How To Deal With My Chronic Sinus Infection!

Composed on August 08 2012/ Comments

Chronic sinus infections can be a huge issue that affects your daily life. Understand what’s going on and discover some new solutions on how to clear things up.


How Often Do You Find Yourself Saying “I Wish I Knew What’s Causing My Headache”?

Composed on July 26 2012/ Comments

Welcome to the first installment of our Topic Video series. This week we are covering headaches. Join Kevin Cantwell, MD and Jodi Smith, “The Practical Medical Nutritionist”, as they discuss some of the top questions received at Plateology regarding headaches.


Welcome to Plateology!

Composed on June 12 2012/ Comments

A note from the team

Now that you know Nutrition Quick and Simple has become Plateology–Say it: “Plate” . . . “ology”–you should also know that there are quite a few of us working behind the scenes. And yes, we each have a story to tell! We come from different backgrounds, healthcare professionals included, and we want to share with you how our quests for wellness were paramount in developing this awesome application.

The concept...


Gut check

Composed on May 10 2012/ Comments

We came across this great article regarding the roll the the gut plays in regulating overall wellness.

A Gut Check for Many Ailments


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