February 6th, 2019

Going Camping with Project HEAL!

Camping with Project HEAL! picture via theprojectheal's twitter by the Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Services Team Recovering from an eating disorder can take a village -- family, friends, healthcare professionals, and nonprofits, all working together to save a life. One of the nonprofits doing such lifesaving work is Project HEAL, founded in 2008 by two teens -- Liana Rosenman and Kristina Saffran – who have recovered ...

December 26th, 2018

Yoga for Digestion

Yoga for Digestion by the Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Team   Minimal indigestion is not typically a serious problem, but it is an annoying one, involving bloating, feeling too full at the beginning of a meal or after, nausea and stomach pain. If you have it, take heart you’re not alone. Millions are suffering right along with you. And even though it’s not often serious, it is the kind of thing that can really ...

November 12th, 2018

A Look Back at 2018

Grateful for 2018 A Look Back at Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Services and the L'ifestyle Lounge in the Media! by the Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Team Can you believe 2018 is almost at an end? We’re getting closer to that time when we reflect on our favorite moments of the year and think about what we want to accomplish in the future. Given that, Laura thought it would be an ideal time to compile all the ...

October 11th, 2018

What Celebrities Say About Body Positivity

What Celebrities Say About Body Positivity by Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Team; Photo by Marcel de Groot   Celebrities struggle with body confidence just like you do. They’re human, after all, plus they have the added pressure of being under the constant glare of cameras, which probably doesn’t help. In recent years, though, many have been turning away from the need to present as perfect, and instead are ...

September 11th, 2018

Celebrities who regret dieting

Celebrities who regret dieting     Jennifer Lawrence picture by Gage Skidmore by the Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Team Even though strides have been made in the body-positive movement, we still live, by and large, in a diet-happy culture. Women’s websites and magazines try to promote body positivity, but they also publish news about the latest fad diets with annoying regularity. Both types of articles ...