• How far have you gotten with your spring cleaning? Do we also need to clean out and detox our bodies along with our homes? When clients ask about eating clean and detoxing, I ask them what they mean.

  • As Memorial Day approaches, grills around the country are being prepped for the official start of barbecue season. Whether you prefer traditional barbecue or something a little different, with so many

  • Eating is meant to be a pleasurable experience, not a challenging one. But undergoing cancer treatment can change that as sense of taste is lost, dulled or altered. In this video, our resident nutriti

  • Meditation is an ancient art practiced for thousands and thousands of years. In the Yoga Sutras, the sage Patanjali defines meditation as the progressive quieting of the fluctuations of the mind. I li

  • I’m sure you’ve heard about the heart healthy benefits of the Mediterranean Diet, but did you know there is also a possible link to reducing cancer risk, including a hard to treat post men

  • SOY SO MANY WAYS… April is National Soy Food Month, so I wanted to take this opportunity to share all the different and wonderful ways that soy can be incorporated into our daily diets. Enjoy!!

  • Although old time garlic superstitions for warding off the evil eye curse or vampires and werewolves originated in Europe, garlic was first cultivated over 5,000 years ago in Central Asia. Today it

  • Today is National Grilled Cheese Day! Grilled cheese is an All-American staple typically made with white bread, American cheese (which contains additives and fillers) and loads of butter in the fry pa

  • Time and time again I’m asked, “Since I have cancer, should I follow an alkaline diet?” The thought process behind this question is the theory that the food we eat can affect how acidic or alkal

  • Have you noticed plant-based milk alternatives are popping up everywhere? No longer exclusive to health food stores and natural foods supermarkets, many non-dairy options are finding its way into peop

  • Water helps perform so many functions including regulation of body temperature, transporting of nutrients and oxygen, lubricating joints, just to name a few. Plenty of foods and other liquids contain

  • March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Eating red meat and processed meat increases risk of colorectal cancer. Changing eating habits can be challenging, but there’s always an opportunit

  • Happy Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day❣️ Did you know that the word dietetics originates from the Greek word diaita, meaning ‘way of life’? True to it’s root meaning, food and nutrition is a way

  • A common theme I notice with my clients at Mondays at Racine and elsewhere is anxiety. In today’s fast-paced society, relaxing is difficult for anybody but a cancer diagnosis further compounds this. D

  • Hot off the press…the Mondays Newsletter: Winter 2017  Edition (click here to access the full newsletter) is finally here!  Make sure to check it out…this month we’re highlighting: O

  • Do you LOVE Peanut Butter? Well I do & since today is National Peanut Butter Day, it seemed fitting to mention that peanut butter is protein-packed, nutrient-rich, & highly-versatile. Traditio

  • Welcome to our new blog series…Wellness Wednesday with Wendy. Every week, on Wednesday, Mondays’ Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist, Wendy Kaplan, will share quick, easy and useful nutritio

  • So much to be thankful for this Fall. Read our latest edition of the Mondays Newsletter to catch up with us and all that we’re thankful for this year!!