Posts Tagged ‘RenoAMI’

22
Jan

HCG Friendly: Crock Pot Chicken

In the cold winter months, it's nice to come home to a warm, fragrant meal! However, during the HCG program, it's imporant to stay true do your prescribed diet. We love this recipe for HCG Friendly Crock Pot Chicken (via) Crock Pot Chicken               Makes several servings. You'll need: 2-3 servings of chicken 1 T Oregano 2 cans if HUNTS tomatoes with oregano and basil (or substitute) 1 C celery chopped 2 Med onions ...

15
Jan

BOOK NOW! BOTOX® /JUVÉDERM® Special! Allergan, the producers of BOTOX and Juvéderm recently announced a 4% price increase nationwide. Before the price increase goes into effect, Renee Hinojosa, MSN, APRN, ACNS-BC, CANS, ...

05
Jan

New Years Resolutions for Every Age

It's that time of year to really start thinking about what your goals and plans are. Unsure of what to do for 2016? Consider these helpful resolutions, for any age!   In your 30’s 1) Turn off technology and tune in to each other. Engage in more face-to-face time. Good relationships can contribute to a ‘good life’. 2) De-stress. Identify one source of stress for you. ...

04
Jun

The 5 Biggest Skin Care Mistakes

  There are a lot of preconceived notions about skin care that get passes around. Noticing this, we’ve collected what we think are the 5 biggest mistakes people make while trying to take care of their skin. 1. Don’t be so aggressive. How many times have you sought out a new skincare treatment in preparation for a big event? Skin needs to be eased ...

18
Nov

We are pleased to announce Renee Hinojosa MSN, RN, APRN, ACNS-BC, CANS, CPSN, has received official Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist certification from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). ANCC Certification is the formal process that validates a nurse’s knowledge, skills and abilities in a defined role and clinical area of practice. Nurses achieve certification credentials though specialized education, experience in a specialty area and a qualifying exam. In addition ...

19
Jul

As many of you have seen, a study was just released by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center suggesting that omega-3s cause prostate cancer. One headline I saw read, “Taking omega-3 fish oil supplements may increase the risk of aggressive prostate cancer by 70%.” Those types of headlines definitely sell newspapers, but the science is not that simple—or accurate. First off, this wasn’t a double-blind study purely on omega-3s. To reach this conclusion, the researchers reanalyzed their findings from the Selenium and Vitamin ...