Tips for Eating Healthy When Crunched for Time

Now that fall’s here, work, school and life have returned to their dizzying pace. Even our best intentions to eat healthy are in jeopardy—simply because we lack time for meal planning and prep! We all deal with calendar overload, and we know that…


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4 Underappreciated Skincare Products

When designing a skincare regimen for yourself, or for a client, it’s important to take several factors into consideration, such as skin type, skin goals, budget...but most importantly, will the regimen actually be used? Some people love elaborate…


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Boost Your Seasonal Skin Health with Root Veggies

The most exciting time of the year for food lovers is the exciting new bounty that accompanies the change of seasons--so with fall upon us, we invite you to welcome all varieties of root vegetables and experiment with gusto! Yams, beets, parsnips,…


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NAA Advisory Board Highlight: Georgia Tetlow

We love how effortlessly NAA Advisory Board member Georgia Tetlow, MD balances conventional and alternative medicine in her practice, Philadelphia Integrative Medicine. Dr. Tetlow applies her expertise, extensive medical training and faculty…


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The Pros and Cons of Water as A Skincare Ingredient

Ingredient labels are a hot topic in skincare, and it’s no secret that water is the number one ingredient on the majority of skincare ingredient labels. You may already know that the first five ingredients on the label make up at least 80 percent of…


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Treating Teen Acne from a Nutritional Aesthetics Perspective

Teenage acne is a hot topic both in health coaching and in aesthetics. Traditionally, parents of teens with acne would only think to take their teen to a dermatologist or aesthetician for treatment. However, the tides are turning, and today more and…


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Clean Your Skincare Routine to Curb Breakouts

The NAA was founded on a strong belief in the tie between nutrition and skin health. We’ve seen dietary changes improve skin in incredible ways, and we’re shouting that message from the rooftops. But sometimes, diet isn’t the root of a skin issue at…


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Not All Natural Deodorants Are Created Equal

When it comes to natural deodorants, it’s not uncommon to get a unique piece of must-try advice or a new product recommendation from every person you ask. It seems we all have our own particular routines to ensure that we smell and feel fresh each…


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Move Over Kale and Spinach–Let Other Skin-Healthy Greens Shine!

We often recommend that nutritional aesthetics clients eat more greens, and for good reason. We’ve found that the seemingly small step of adding more greens to one’s daily diet has serious impact on many different areas of that person’s health.…


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Puffy Eyes from a Nutritional Aesthetics Perspective

Here's how a Certified Nutritional Aesthetics Practitioner® (CNAP) might approach a consultation and management of a client who comes to him/her with undereye puffiness:  Part 1: The consultation Client: My undereye area has been getting puffy on…


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