Kelly has dedicated the past decade to writing and researching in the area of nutrition.
Her soon to be released book Nutrition Know-How: Taking your Health into your own Hands, is the result of her many years of dedication, research and clinical experience in the field of nutrition.
Nutrition Know-How: Taking your Health into your own Hands, is a timely nutrition primer that will allow consumers to make informed decisions about their diet by offering a catalogue of practical suggestions to improve their path to health and wellness.
Kelly is pleased to offer segments of her upcoming book, available exclusively through Inspired Edibles.
A forward by Dr. Alan Gaby to Nutrition Know-How: Taking your Health into your own Hands:
"Ultimately, whether we remain healthy and vibrant into old age depends largely on how we live our lives...
In her book, Nutrition Know-How: Taking your Health into your own Hands, Kelly Mulcair provides clear, concise, scientifically accurate, and practical information on how we can choose better health through nutrition.
Kelly includes many helpful tips on how to read nutrition labels, how to evaluate health claims on food packages, how to organize our pantries and our lives for healthy eating, how to maintain healthful eating practices when away from home and on vacation, and how to make food choices that are good for the environment and the planet. While Nutrition Know-How is a useful resource for people who are new to the field of nutrition, it is also valuable for those who already know what they need to do to improve their health, but are having difficulty following through with it.
Dietary modifications and nutritional supplements can play a key role in preventing and treating most of the chronic diseases that plaque modern civilization, including heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, osteoporosis, kidney stones, depression, anxiety, and even cancer. Modern research has clearly shown that eating certain foods can help promote good health, whereas other foods or food components are potentially harmful. Kelly Mulcair has written a useful primer for those of us who are willing to put in the effort to achieve and maintain good health."
Alan R. Gaby, M.D.
Renowned Authority on Nutritional Medicine
Past President of the American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA)
Author, Nutritional Medicine (www.doctorgaby.com)
distinguishing between harmful and healthful sources
If you’re overwhelmed and confused by the vast amounts of contradictory information on dietary fats, this article is for you. It will outline the principal types of fat found in our diet, give food examples of these fats and help you distinguish between healthful and potentially harmful sources (1422 words).
considerations beyond calories in weight management
If you feel like you’re one of these people who just can’t seem to lose weight no matter what you do, maybe it’s time to start exploring factors beyond calories in weight management. This article will outline some of the more important yet underreported factors that can get in the way of achieving weight loss goals (1509 words).
is it the right approach?
If you are considering the merits of embarking on a detox/cleanse, this article will provide a breakdown of some of the more common detox variants together with guidance on how to plant the seeds of long term transformative change (1477 words).
strategies for overcoming the powerful pull to overeat
If you’ve ever felt powerless around food, this article is for you. It will provide an overview of the emotional, environmental and neurochemical factors that compel us to overeat while exploring strategies for achieving balance, minimizing cravings and resisting the powerful urge to overeat (1529 words).