Live Your Best 365 with Alisa Bloom, MPH, RDN, LDN, NBC-HWC, DipACLM

Let me show you how to nourish yourself as soon as your next meal, slay constant hunger,
minimize or eliminate medications, and streamline supplements.


Cool Down Your (Internal) Flame 

How would you describe the word 'inflammation'? We've heard of it, have had our health threatened as a result of it, and think we're supposed to have none of it. I like to explain inflammation to my clients like this  Inflammation is like having a level of white...

Omega 3 Fatty Acids & Health

What exactly is an omega-3, you may ask? It’s a type of unsaturated fatty acid the body can’t make, which is why we need to understand how to get them into a daily diet. They come from both plant and animal sources, and there are eleven types. If you take a look at a fish oil supplement label, you’ll likely see two of the eleven, DHA and EPA.

Inflammation-Busting Hacks

his week, we’re looking at foods and spices known for their ability to reduce inflammation. What’s a thought that pops into your head when you think of inflammation? Is it a specific diagnosis? Maybe an area of your body that is sore?

Friend or Foe: Hormones and Health

While hormones play vital roles in our bodies, they can sometimes sabotage our best health intentions. Everyone wants to be healthier. If we are in good health we want to stay that way, and if we need to become healthier we’re certainly looking for tools to help us.

Minerals and Mood: Magnesium

Magnesium. Have you heard of this mineral? More than 70% of adults currently don’t meet the recommended daily allowance of approximately 400 mg of magnesium per day. Some would swear by its use as a sleep aid, for calming moods, reducing blood pressure, relieving muscle aches and helping with blood sugar control.

Nutrition & Immunity Series Episode 4: Inflammation

COVID-19 induces an inflammatory response that can target the lungs, heart, kidneys or inflame overall body systems. For example, we are newly learning of virus-related cases developing in children. It’s not surprising that the vitamins and minerals we talked about before in this series, Vitamin C, D and Zinc all act as anti-inflammatories and have shown promise as treatments.