Malia Curran

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Malia Curran, MS, MPH is a national and regional nutrition consultant for Whole Foods Market. Malia is the founder of Malia’s Wholesome Health, Nutrition Consulting, and focuses on healthy household makeovers. She holds a Master’s degree in Nutrition Science & Food Policy from The Friedman School of Nutrition at Tufts University, and a Master’s degree in Public Health from Tufts School of Medicine. As a nutritionist, writer, and health consultant, she lectures and writes on a wide range of natural healthy lifestyle topics.

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February 5, 2014 @ Whole Story
What we put on our bodies is just as important as what we put in our bodies. So just like we invest in our health with high quality whole foods, we should make a similar commitment when purchasing facial care cleaners, toners and moisturizers. How? Check out these basic facial regimen steps (and recommendations!) that can yield real results.
November 17, 2013 @ Whole Story
The holidays are a time of celebration, spirit…and stress. Even the merriest among us might need a reminder to take care of ourselves. So in the spirit of planning ahead and planning for wellness, how about a smarter perspective this year?
September 12, 2013 @ Whole Story
Did you happen to see the recent research showing how an apple a day really does wonders for wellness? Mom was right!
August 8, 2013 @ Whole Story
“Would you do it for a million?”
May 9, 2013 @ Whole Story
“Be prepared.” These words are the reason my suitcase is habitually too heavy to lift, especially in the summer.
April 10, 2013 @ Whole Story
The products that meet these Premium Body Care standards are better for our families and the environment — simply put, these are the most exceptional personal care products available.
February 7, 2013 @ Whole Story
Show your heart some love. From multivitamins to antioxidants, here are common-sense ways that go a long way in supporting cardiovascular wellbeing.
January 9, 2013 @ Whole Story
Maintaining health in the areas of digestion, energy and body fat composition bring benefits that are too numerous to count. Your body says, okay, let’s start where it makes sense: cleansing and weight control. And we say, let us help you.
September 25, 2012 @ Whole Story
It might sound strange to say that I am proud of my grocery store. Proud of my kids, yes; but my grocery store? Indeed it’s true, and I have to tell you one of the biggest reasons has to do with body care — Premium Body Care™ to be exact. 
August 25, 2012 @ Whole Story
Here’s a tidbit that will impress: Do you know that roughly 70% of your immune system is housed in your digestive tract? Okay, maybe that won’t impress everyone, but it sure impressed me. See, now that I am a parent, my health-seeking goals focus on my kids.
February 28, 2011 @ Whole Story
For many women, starting a family is an impetus to move toward a healthier lifestyle. Discover where to begin with better choices for supplements, body care and aromatherapy. Malia Curran is a nutrition consultant, speaker and mother of 2 young children.
January 24, 2010 @ Whole Story
Listen in to this encore presentation—good information on weight loss never gets outdated! Get the solid basics for taking control of your weight, plus some lesser-known facts and tips, such as new ways to jumpstart your weight control plan. Stop spinning your wheels on the diet cycle! Discover how supporting two natural body systems will help you manage your weight. Malia Curran, MS, MPH is a nutrition consultant and speaker, and sees clients in the Boston region.
November 12, 2009 @ Whole Story
Cold and flu season is no joke. But rather than simply hoping you don't catch a bug, focus on getting prepared with knowledge, intention and - you may have guessed - stocked shelves! Plus, since getting sick is part of being human, let's also look at ways to get better faster when the sniffles do strike.
August 19, 2008 @ Whole Story
Learn the big reasons why most kids can benefit from a little daily multivitamin. Despite even the best attempts at a healthy diet, many don’t get all the essentials they need. Think of it as a combination of insurance and investment, and get the most recent nutritional recommendations for smart parents and smart kids.
June 10, 2008 @ Whole Story
Sunburn and scrapes, bites and bruises remind us that summer’s not all easy. Fortunately, there are effective natural products for addressing nature’s small challenges. Learn how to create your own summer first aid kit with essential oils, vitamins, herbal ointments and homeopathic remedies. Malia Curran, MS, MPH, is a nutrition and health consultant.
June 3, 2008 @ Whole Story
Don’t let sprains, strains and pain get in the way of your summer fun! Discover homeopathic, herbal and lifestyle recommendations for supporting the muscles, joints and whole body before during and after your activities. Dr. Tiffany Binder is a Naturopathic Physician, a general health care practitioner and a leading expert in nutrition and supplements.
April 14, 2008 @ Whole Story
Here’s your chance to discover the top easy-to-adopt lifestyle recommendations for dealing with and finding relief from allergies. Includes research-based natural approaches that work, as well as personal accounts of what’s been helpful over the years. Malia Curran, MS, MPH is a nutrition consultant and speaker, and sees clients in the Boston region.
February 5, 2008 @ Whole Story
How can you lower your risk of cardiovascular disease? Why is chronic inflammation often the heart of the matter? Get answers to these questions and more as you learn about specific nutrients, food and daily habits to help keep your heart healthy. Malia Curran, MS, MPH is a nutrition consultant and speaker, and sees clients in the Boston region.
July 10, 2007 @ Whole Story
These days, ANTIOXIDANT is both a health buzz word AND a big reason to eat superfoods. But you may be wondering "what IS an antioxidant?" Antioxidants protect the body from wear and tear, while strengthening the immune system, muscles, bones and skin. They do this by stabilizing cell-damaging “free radicals” that form as we use energy and age. Unhealthy processed and sugary foods, stress, excessive exercise, extended sun exposure and some chemicals in our environment also spur free radical production.