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Ashley Koff, RD

Ashley Koff RD is your better health enabler. For decades, Koff has helped thousands get and keep better health by learning to make their better not perfect nutrition choices more often. A go-to nutrition expert for the countryÔÇÖs leading doctors, media, companies and non-profit organizations, Koff regularly shares her Better Nutrition message with millions on national and local television, magazines and newspapers. Koff is a founding partner of Give Healthy, and in addition to her private practice, makes her better tools and real support available to anyone, anywhere with her online Better Nutrition membership. Koff is the author of two books and new audio / workbook program, "Road Trip to Better Health", has an award-winning social media platform and co-hosts the podcast ÔÇ£Take Out with Ashley and RobynÔÇØ. Currently living in Washington DC, Koff is re-learning trumpet, enjoys boxing workouts, and getting outdoors with Rerun, her dog.

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A 6-Step Tune-Up for Better Digestive Health

September 14, 2017

Yes, you can have your cake and eat it, too! Improved digestive nutrition enables better health when you make better, not perfect, choices more often. Aiming for perfect will make you perfectly stressed, which will challenge digestion further, and as such be perfectly unhelpful and unhealthy. Here are six suggestions to help clients get optimal digestion and absorption up and running:
Move more. The body’s digestive tract is a series of muscles whose ongoing movement enables better digestion.

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“Detoxing” Requires Guts!

May 16, 2017

Attempting to inspire better eating habits, nutrition educators have long told people, “You are what you eat,” with the notion that “being” broccoli is more compelling than “being” a double cheeseburger or a supersized beverage. Yet, as we observe the global obesity epidemic and the dietary challenges we see daily with clients, it’s clear that most of the time the idea of being broccoli isn’t motivating people to drive past the burger joint instead of through it.

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