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Sara Gail: Practical Advice for Daily Nutrition

Atlantic Wellness

In this first installment of Wellness @ Work, Wes talks to Sara Gail of Triad Care and Sara Gail Nutrition. They discuss daily nutrition, including how to balance your plate, key aspects of a healthy breakfast that will keep you full longer, how to read an ingredients list, and maintaining a healthy diet without counting calories.

Listen to the full podcast at http://wellness.atlanticpkg.com/sara-gail

Elderberry syrup gaining popularity in the Lowcountry as natural flu remedy

ABC News 4

Cold and flu season is here. While flu shots are widely available, there’s a growing demand for natural medicines. Elderberry syrup is making its mark in the Lowcountry. It’s becoming wildly popular in the Charleston area. Sara Gail runs Island Kombucha, a small Daniel Island business. Gail is a registered and licensed dietitian. She said her elderberry syrup is so popular, she’s taking between 50 and 100 orders a day.

How Your Kids Can Eat Healthy Made-at-Home Meals in School

Fox 24 News Now

One holistic way to boost your child’s immune system is through proper nutrition. Understanding which foods pack the most nutritional punch and flavor could be the way to your kids’ heart. Your kids can eat healthy, made-at-home meals while at school that won’t break the bank. We asked Sara Gail, a registered dietitian in Charleston to help us navigate the grocery aisle and your pantry to better create healthy back to school meals and snacks.

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Sara Gail’s Published Articles

Back To School Nutrition

The Daniel Island News

The first day of school is right around the corner. The lazy days of summer are quickly going to shift to early morning alarm clocks, long school days, and busy afternoon schedules. Below are five tips to get your family off to a great start when it comes to back to school nutrition… click here for full article

 

by Sara Gail RD, LD

Food Safety 101

The Daniel Island News

Have you ever suffered from food poisoning? According to the 2013 NSF International Household Germ Study, more than 20 percent of foodborne illness outbreaks result from food that was consumed in the home. Registered dietitians are taught and trained extensively about food safety. The three main reasons for food foodborne illness are: poor personal hygiene, cross contamination, and incorrect time-temperature control. Below are some tips to lower your risk of foodborne illness… click here for full article

 

by Sara Gail RD, LD

Kids Can Still Eat Healthy Over The Summer!

The Daniel Island News

When children are out of the routine of the school year, it’s a bit harder to maintain healthy eating habits. How can I help my kids continue to eat well during the summer months and avoid tempting junk food…click here for full article

 

by Sara Gail RD, LD

Sara Gail in Daniel Life Magazine

Sara Gail of Island Kombucha

Daniel Life Magazine

Kombucha is a living health drink made by fermenting tea and sugar with the kombucha yeast culture. The finished beverage tastes like sparkling apple cider. The first recorded use of kombucha comes from China in 221 BC during the Tsin Dynasty, when it was known as “The Tea of Immortality.”Besides being tasty and refreshing, kombucha provides healthful micronutrients and bacteria beneficial to digestion as well as antioxidants and B-vitamins….click here for full article