Megan Moore is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator who has been in practice since 2004. She is currently the Corporate Dietitian at Medi-Share. She has experience in sports nutrition, diabetes, bariatrics, weight management, disordered eating, child nutrition, and digestive disorders. Megan earned her B.S. in Dietetics from Texas Tech University and completed her dietetic internship at Vanderbilt University. She enjoys studying the Bible, running, playing sports, and playing with her young kids. Megan is passionate about helping others understand proper nutrition and teaching them how to make it a practical part of their everyday healthy lifestyle.
"I feel exhausted all the time” is an all too common statement that we hear in health coaching appointments. Sometimes, complaints of chronic fatigue may be rooted in an illness or an unmanaged thyroid condition and require further discussion with your doctor to be ruled out. However, poor energy level and fatigue are often related to common lifestyle behaviors with simple solutions.
The freshly updated 2023 American Diabetes Association (ADA) Standards of Care guidelines include a new recommendation that all people be screened for diabetes at age 35. Why? Because pre-diabetes and the early stages of type 2 diabetes may not have any clear symptoms.
Frustrated, stressed, and frankly, not wanting to deal with the problem at hand, I grabbed the bag of chips and started munching away in hopes to feel better about the difficult situation that had just arose.
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year! And often the hardest time of year to stick with healthy lifestyle habits too. Many people with weight loss goals ask themselves this key question: Should I pause my weight loss efforts during the holiday season and just pick it back up in January?