Dr. Ann

  At the end of the day, I think everyone deserves the comfort and pleasure of eating a wholesome, home-cooked meal with loved ones can provide.  With the business of my often hectic work day behind me, I cherish sitting down at the dinner table with my family to enjoy a meal that is nutritious, […]

If you’re like most Americans, the never-ending stream of ultra-processed, highly palatable foods that define our modern food supply has hijacked your taste buds. But have no fear! Fortunately, our sense of taste is highly malleable. This means that your taste buds can be coaxed into loving the simple and less intense flavor profiles typical […]

  Past studies have linked low levels of vitamin D with depression, and a new evaluation adds to the growing pile of evidence that adequate levels of vitamin D are fundamental to good mental health. This evaluation included over 7,000 British subjects and found those with vitamin D levels in the normal range had a 43% […]

I was so excited to see Dr. Ann last year when she came. I purchased her books and laminated grocery guides. I’m thankful to have learned so much from the book and listening to Dr. Ann, although I haven’t utilized all the info, I know our family has benefited, especially my 7 year daughter Serenity. While in the kitchen recently and having a conversation with […]

In a highly encouraging new report that echo’s previous findings, scientists concluded the greatest benefits come from losing just 5 percent of body weight. Yes, the biggest health bang for your efforts can be attained with a very modest weight loss. For this study, researchers randomly assigned 40 obese adults to maintain weight or to […]

Yikes! A messy kitchen may make us eat more. Eating behavior scientists recently conducted a study looking at snacking in a tidy kitchen vs. a messy kitchen. For this study, researchers placed 98 women into one of two different kitchen environments—one that was organized and clean, and one that was chaotic and unkempt. Each woman […]

The following are the foods to either indulge in or stay away from if you want to keep your eyes heathy. ENJOY: • As many fruits and veggies as possible—aim for 7 or more combined servings a day. (note superstars for eye health in red) • Extra virgin olive oil as your oil of choice. […]

Watch this video tip on why food is medicine and how it can help lower cholesterol in the body. It’s fascinating science!

Schedule Your One-on-One Session Today Contact Us Dr. Ann is a renowned authority in the areas of nutrition, healthy lifestyles, and disease prevention and is considered one of the most talented wellness educators and motivators in the country. Her private consultations are customized to fit your current health status and risks. Most comprehensive wellness training sessions […]

February 1, 2016 • Healthy Living

Online Consultations

Best Practices for Online Consultations You will receive a registration link that will prompt you to connect to the webinar platform where you will be able to communicate with Dr. Ann and see the PowerPoint presentation directly on your screen. To ensure a clear connection during your session please remember to: Prefer a computer that is […]

… be sure these foods make their way into your grocery cart often! A variety of fruit – especially berries, apples, red grapes, cherries, oranges, and plums A variety of vegetables – especially dark leafy greens, red onions, tomatoes, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and red/orange/yellow bell peppers Extra virgin olive oil Herbs and spices – especially […]

Want a super-simple way to decidedly boost your chances of succeeding with your New Year’s resolutions?Ask don’t tell! According to a hot-off-the-press study encompassing the most comprehensive look at what is known as the “question-behavior effect,” simply rephrasing your resolutions in the form of a personal question versus a declarative statement can be game-changing. For […]