Bauman College Grad Virginia Watkins on The 10 Principles of Intuitive Eating

Bauman College offered a more holistic approach to health than other dietetics programs, and I was able to work a full-time job, and have a baby while doing the program. Bauman College gave me information and tools about how diet, sleep and exercise affect us, and fueled my curiosity to learn more. More recently, I’ve Read More

5 Benefits of Attending Nutrition School

By Salima Saunders, Nutrition Consultant Alumna I’ve always been passionate about nutrition and enjoyed sharing health tips and tricks, but I never thought I could turn this pastime into a career. Then, as a second-year MBA student, I decided to simultaneously pursue my passion for nutrition by enrolling in Bauman College’s Nutrition Consultant Program. After Read More

Edible Answers to Insomnia?

A Search for Nutritional Solutions for Sleepless Nights Written and illustrated by Lila Volkas, Nutrition Consultant student This article was originally featured on KQED’s Bay Area Bites blog. It has been re-posted with permission from the editor. Darn. It’s the third night in a row that I’ve woken up at 3am feeling wide-awake. And I’ve done Read More

Practicing Calm in a Day

While we are learning more about nutrition, it is important to balance stress each day as a pathway to health. Chronic stress inhibits a person’s nutritional intake, thus increasing the demand for proper nutrition. The adrenals, kidneys, and nervous system all become tested under difficult circumstances, and chronic stress draws on these systems, which creates Read More

Sleep and Insomnia

By Dr. Kimberly Gilmore Sleep is essential for optimal health and is a natural, periodic state of rest. Sufficient sleep allows the body to properly repair and rejuvenate, facilitating the body to maintain physical and mental health. A recent panel of experts determined that a minimum of seven hours of sleep is recommended for all Read More

Food Love

“There is no love sincerer than the love of food.” ―George Bernard Shaw   By Ed Bauman, M.Ed., Ph.D. Let’s admit it, we love to eat. When we eat well, we choose fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains, legumes, and organic animal products. This is the Eating for Health way. But when we are Read More

Catch Your Zs

Turns out that sleep is kind of like our mental digestive system. According to scientists at the University of Rochester, we clean out brain waste products when we sleep by way of this channel that goes to our liver.  So, whether you’ve had a really productive day or got totally stressed out, science says you really Read More