Tina Ulatowski, MSW As a three time cancer survivor, Tina now shares her story as well as educates individuals, groups, schools, and healthcare professionals on the correlation between nutrition and disease. She is the author of the book “What Your Doctor Doesn’t Tell You, A Simple Guide between Nutrition and Disease”. She is a native of Colorado. She obtained her Associates of Applied Science, with an emphasis in Criminal Law in 1992. In 1994, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a Major in Social Work and a minor in Criminal Law. Then in 1999 while battling some of life’s obstacles she obtained her Masters Degree in the field of Social Work with an emphasis in Management while supporting 2 young daughters. She has also obtained her Certificate in Nutrition. Over the past 12 years, Tina has worked as a Social Work Consultant, assisting both profit and non-for-profit organizations by implementing Policies & Procedures, Financial Management, Budgets, Marketing, Grant Writing, Business Plans, as well as a course on “Effective Leadership Skills & Management”. Over the past two years she has also spoken nationally to organizations regarding the correlation between Nutrition and Disease.

What are Superfoods and Why Should You Eat Them as a Police Officer?

Superfoods are a group of natural (unprocessed), ultra-nutritious foods that provide many essential health benefits. They’re powerful enough to help lower your cholesterol, reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer, and may even put you in a better mood. Do they sound too good to be true? Nope. Superfoods are readily available at your local grocer.

Dietary experts have flagged the following foods as being superfoods: berries, citrus, cruciferous vegetables, eggs, green foods, green leafy vegetables, legumes, nuts, oats, olives and olive oil, fish rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, orange vegetables, sea vegetables, seeds, soy, tea, tomatoes, turkey, whole grains, yogurt and kefir.

The language of superfoods can also be confusing, because many of the terms for nutrients overlap. Here is… Continue reading