Welcome To Your Living Body
Your Living Body is the perspective of an emergency room nurse on the current state of health, fitness, and nutrition.
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Fresh Off The Press:
- The debates between dark turkey meat or light turkey meat has been ongoing for years. Is one kind of meat better than the other or does it even matter? (more…)Read More »
- For many of us Thanksgiving is about traditions, family, and having a good time. It’s that one day to not really care about anything we put in our bodies. Well, we can still have a good time and be healthy. Here are ten recipes to make your Thanksgiving more amazing and wow your friends and […]Read More »
- The truth behind tryptophan and Thanksgiving sleepiness. It’s not what you might think that causes tiredness after eating a large Thanksgiving meal. (more…)Read More »
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About The Author
Matt Shaffer is a Registered Nurse and licensed Public Health Nurse with several years of experience working with patients suffering from chronic diseases. It is my personal belief that health care as a whole needs to do a better job at working with people to prevent diseases rather than just provide medications as a solution to illness.