Stories by Franziska Spritzler

Franziska Spritzler has a BSc in nutrition and dietetics. She is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator with expertise in carbohydrate-restricted diets for diabetes and weight management. subscribe to Franziska Spritzler's feed

Posted on: Aug 15, 2017, Source: Authority Nutrition

Sometimes losing weight can seem impossible.

Posted on: Jun 23, 2017, Source: Authority Nutrition

Several natural foods and beverages have been shown to increase metabolism and promote fat loss.

Posted on: Jun 17, 2017, Source: Authority Nutrition

Undereating can lead to several mental, physical and emotional health issues.

Posted on: May 8, 2017, Source: Authority Nutrition

A deep dive into one of the more popular herbal supplements.

Posted on: Nov 2, 2016, Source: Authority Nutrition

Having high levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) is linked to a reduced risk of heart disease.

Posted on: Jun 28, 2016, Source: Authority Nutrition

Many people associate the term "low-fat" with health or healthy foods. But that's not always the case.

Posted on: Jun 13, 2016, Source: Authority Nutrition

Apple cider vinegar may promote fullness, which can decrease calorie intake.

Posted on: May 27, 2016, Source: Authority Nutrition

Stick to single ingredient, whole foods as much as possible.

Posted on: May 19, 2016, Source: Authority Nutrition

Made from glucomannan, a type of fiber that comes from the root of the konjac plant, shirataki noodles have some impressive health benefits.

Posted on: Apr 29, 2016, Source: Authority Nutrition

Most importantly by helping keep blood sugar levels well-controlled.

Posted on: Mar 28, 2016, Source: Authority Nutrition

A ketogenic diet may help improve brain function, from boosting memory and combating Alzheimer’s to relieving migraines and improving symptoms of Parkinson’s.

Posted on: Mar 24, 2016, Source: Authority Nutrition

If you choose to eat breakfast, these foods will drag you down.

Posted on: Feb 25, 2016, Source: Authority Nutrition

What to eat to reduce inflammation and feel better.

Posted on: Feb 19, 2016, Source: Authority Nutrition

The way you cook your food has a major effect on the amount of nutrients in it.