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Wellness Nutrition Concepts helps busy moms feel fab through food. We work with busy moms who struggle with losing weight and feeling tired and would like to achieve permanent weight loss, increased self-confidence and energy levels. What separates our services from other dietitians is that we work with busy moms and specialize in Permanent Weight Loss. Because of this our clients get results by following a proven step by step customized nutrition plan that allows them to attain fuller health. As a result, our clients feel fabulous, energized and renewed through food in 6 weeks. Ashvini Mashru, MA, RD, LDN is the owner and founder of Wellness Nutrition Concepts, LLC. She is a Registered Dietitian, ACE-Certified Personal Trainer and a Wellcoaches - Certified Wellcoach. She has successfully helped several moms reach their health and wellness goals. Ashvini holds a Master’s degree in Nutrition from Immaculata University, Immaculata, Pennsylvania and also completed a dietetic internship. She is an accredited member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Dietetic Associations and a member of various dietetic practice groups. She also completed her Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management from Commission on Dietetic Registration. She is an ACE- Certified Personal Trainer and a Wellcoaches- Certified Wellcoach and specializes in weight loss and weight management. Through her Wellness Nutrition Concepts business, Ashvini provides customized health and lifestyle solutions to discover a way to nourish yourself and your body that specifically works for you. She employs a comprehensive approach to health and wellness. She will work with you to discover how different parts of your life affect your health. She will not give you a list of "good foods" and "bad foods". Instead, you will learn to empower yourself to create a happy and healthy lifestyle that fits your needs, one that is flexible and rewarding

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Many people have found success eliminating carbs to lose weight, but ditching bread, pasta and cooked whole grains means missing out on valuable vitamins and minerals. Not only that, but since a person can't and shouldn't sustain a carb-free diet forever, you'll most likely gain the weight back once you reintroduce these forbidden foods. While skipping out on white flour is a good idea, here are a few reasons to go ahead and enjoy complex carbs like brown rice, whole wheat bread. Tune in 2/11 at noon ET to find out.
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There are a lot of tips floating around out there about the best way to lose weight, so if you are following the wrong advice to a T, then the pounds may pile on instead of melting off. Time to seperate fact from fiction so you can start seeing... more

Weight loss is a three part process. Exercising and cutting calories are vital but your mental outlook can mean the difference between success and failure. Tune in on 1/21 at noon ET for my tips to Think Yourself Slim. Attitude means the... more

A calorie is a calorie and cutting them down is the best way to lose weight, right? Not so fast. Research shows that eating certain types of foods can rev your metabolism, curb your appetite and help you lose more weight. Tune in 1/20 at... more

A calorie is a calorie and cutting them down is the best way to lose weight, right? Not so fast. Research shows that eating certain types of foods can rev your metabolism, curb your appetite and help you lose more weight. Tune in 1/14 at... more

Ah, Thanksgiving. A holiday filled with family, gratitude, and food, food, food! An interesting statistic about the day: an average plate of Thanksgiving classics contains anywhere from 1,600-3,000 calories — that's over most people's... more

If you often feel uncomfortably full after a meal, it's time to make a change. Tackle your overeating issues for good by getting honest and asking yourself if any of these habits are holding you back from having a healthy relationship with food.... more

Halloween brings many sweet temptations, each luring you away from heart-healthy eating. Halloween is a tempting time of the year with candy around the house, office, and school. Based on the nutrition labels on popular... more

Are honey or agave nectar healthier than table sugar? What about artificial sweetners? There are so many artificial sweetners out there that it's hard to keep them straight. And with all the information swirling around about the safety... more

Like many moms, I spend most of my afternoons and early evenings driving my kids to various activities. This means less time for me to prepare dinner and get ready for next day. Preparation is the key to success in health and... more

Say "fall" and "food" and the first things I think of are apples and squash- two foods that are most certainly in the arsenal of ingredients that help you to stay trim when the weather turns cool. Tune in on 10/8 at noon E to find out why... more

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