For us at the Skinny Gene Program, each person is special to us and we understand everyone has special needs. We pride ourselves in getting to know each person individually, giving them specific individual attention. This is done order to attain the best results; whether if you are a stay at home mom, or a successful businesswoman. The way that we help each person live a better life, is by taking each person’s body needs and trying teach them a better way of life, SLOWLY BUT SURELY!
My concern is that while the summer can be filled with endless opportunities to get out and enjoy life, it can also be packed with dangerous and common pitfalls that cause your summer vacation or staycation to end on a not so sunny note.
The Skinny Gene Project has launched an intensive 12-month diabetes prevention program in two South Texas clinics, owned and operated by Methodist Healthcare Ministries.
A healthy home is what’s in this season, and with any luck, it’s here to stay.
Each person is at a different phase in life, and requires his/her own special dietary attention. So how do you keep up the with balance nutrition for different age groups, and keep a healthy home? Good question. I’d say plant your family tree and watch it grow! That is with the right nutrition!
As a Registered Dietitian and long time Pediatric Dietitian, I was very proud of our youth! The kids were eager to learn about, wait….can you believe this? Fruits and Vegetables!
Do you want to enjoy the food and festivities but are afraid of packin' on a few extra celebratory pounds? Try these healthier versions of these St. Patrick's Day traditional dishes.
It's time to say farewell to those holiday pounds and added winter weight. It's time to Spring Forward into a healthier lifestyle.
We, the Skinny Gene Project, want to help you improve the health of your heart! A recent study shows that having prediabetes more than doubles your risk of death due to a heart attack, so love your heart. In honor of American Heart Month, we are sharing 28 things you should do to improve the health of your heart.