Nurses, What to do BEFORE You Go Keto

The Ketogenic diet is a nutritional eating approach that can work really well for some nurses. It’s not for everyone, but the benefits can be huge. The ketogenic diet is a low carb, moderate protein, high fat diet. By low carb we’re talking about making...

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Next Ten On Our Way to 101 – We’re Over the Hump!

I hope you’re having an amazing summer. It’s been a scorcher so far and most of you are probably working hard to stay cool. This means staying indoors and perhaps eating more ice cream and cold drinks. You know what’s refreshing and can help cool you off?...

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Why Self-Care Will Make You a Better Nurse

There are many things about being a nurse that people outside the profession will never understand. When you’re working, you are present physically, mentally, and emotionally -- and you’re there 100%. Sure, doing this for an hour or two is tiring, but it’s...

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7 Healthy Snacks Nurses Can Take to Work

Nursing shifts generally fall into two categories: There’s no time to sit down and you’re barely keeping your head above water and B O R E D O M.The first type, the crazy shift, means you don’t have time to grab a proper meal. You’re snacking on anything...

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How to Quit Soda & Why You Need to Stop TODAY

How much soda do you drink in a week?Depending on your answer, you might not be surprised to learn that the average American drinks approximately 38 GALLONS of soda each year. Um...wtf?Now, this statistic includes both diet and regular soda, but that...

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The Benefits of Keto for Nurses and Health Care Workers

Nurses work long shifts and they’re busy and often have stressful shifts. 12 hours is the normal shift, and that’s assuming that you’re able to leave on time (which rarely happens). It’s an environment that is rife with eating challenges. You either don’t...

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