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Created by two Nutrition and Wellness Experts, U Rock Girl is the one stop for women of all ages for information, products, and services to improve your life and nourish your mind, body, and spirit.
Chips are an American favorite. Whole aisles in grocery stores are dedicated to chips- there are just so many different types (pita, potato, corn, tortilla, veggie, etc) with so many different flavors. Chips always make an appearance at parties and … Continue reading
Starting today, we will be posting articles bi-monthly that expose some very common weight loss myths. As you know, there are plenty of them out there, so it will take us 2-3 months to bust as many of them as … Continue reading
Cereal and milk can get so boring. Plus, most of them are full of sugar and don’t even fill you up. Yes, even though Lucky Charms or Cap’n Crunch may taste delicious, these choices are not the right way to … Continue reading
Now that the kids are back in school and fall is just around the corner, cold and flu season is on its way. Rather than be caught unprepared, how about boosting your immune system before those nasty viruses enter your … Continue reading
If school isn’t in session yet, it will be soon. However, the hot summer days are still here. That means it’s time to uncover the grill and get cooking. There’s still time! Do you plan on hosting any back-to-school get-togethers … Continue reading
Osteoporosis is a condition that affects 10 million American women, with millions more at high risk. When bones become less dense and more porous, they weaken and are more susceptible to fracturing or breaking. There are no warning signs that … Continue reading
More than half of all U.S. adults are popping pills – vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and herbs – in the hopes that it will cure what ails them. But will these supplements actually help them lose weight, reduce blood pressure, lower … Continue reading
What do obesity, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, stroke, cancer, and irritable bowl disease have in common? Scientists have linked all of these diseases (yes, obesity is considered a disease) and many more to chronic inflammation. And it’s inflammation that’s making … Continue reading
A lot of people assume that all Nutritionists and Dietitians eat “perfect” diets all the time- that we’re only eating fruits and veggies and never eating anything fried or sweet. While it’s unrealistic to eat “perfectly” (and please define what … Continue reading