Monday, November 18, 2019

Sasha

Sasha
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Sasha is a Nutritional Anthropologist with a B.A. from Tufts University, an M.Sc. in Food and Nutrition from the University of San Carlos, and is currently in the process of becoming a licensed nutritionist. She has been awarded for her academic writing and research, and she has been blogging on food, health, and nutrition for over five years. Sasha is passionate about contributing to making quality and research-based information available freely on the web so people can inform themselves and make better decisions for their health.

Probiotics for Babies: An Expert’s Guide for New Parents

As a first-time mom and nutrition specialist, the health of my infant child is at the very top of the list...

4 Healthy Fast Food Sauce Recipes to Up Your Take-Out Game

If you're trying to cut back on calorie-rich, unhealthy foods in your diet, swapping healthy fast food sauces for those that...

6 Ways to Boost Your Energy Without Caffeine

Here, Sasha, our resident nutritional anthropologist, breaks down when you might need to rethink your third cup 'o joe and what you can do to boost your energy levels without caffeine.

The 6 Best Green Cleaning Products for Your Home, Family, and...

No need to scour the internet and grocery stores for the best green cleaning products to keep your house spick and...

The Best Vegan Donut Recipe – Ever!

It’s true!  This vegan donut recipe is a reality. You can enjoy delicious donuts without eggs, butter, yeast or...

Food vs. Supplements: A Nutritional Anthropologist’s Take

Have you ever wondered where health professionals come down on the food vs. supplements debate?  Here, our resident nutritional anthropologist gives...

Medical Marijuana Benefits: Cannabis for Back Pain Remedy

Interested in using cannabis for back pain?  Before you pop over to your doctor or dispensary, make sure you know what...

How to Prolong Your Life: Tips from a Nutritional Anthropologist

Want to learn how to prolong your life?  You're certainly not alone!  Here, Sasha, our resident nutritional anthropologist, breaks down exactly...