Tag Archives: Kate Robitello

First CrossFit Gym to “HIIT” Rutland County, now open
Sports
January 25, 2016

First CrossFit Gym to “HIIT” Rutland County, now open

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Owners Rob DiTursi (far right) and Jennifer Mitchell (far left), with CrossFit Rising Star members.

By Kate Robitello

CrossFit has seemingly taken gym-rat world by storm, and Rutland, Vt., is no longer an exception to the über-popular fitness program phenomenon….

The Happy Lifestylist
January 8, 2016

Skin health connoisseur shares tricks of her trade

Charlene Palfey, a Castleton University graduate and now the founder of Skin and Tonic Skincare is a skin health connoisseur. She answered some basic questions about skin science and starting her business locally.

Q&A

Mountain Times: What are the biggest misconceptions you’ve encountered regarding skincare…

Epigenetics: How to manipulate your genetic expression
The Happy Lifestylist
November 20, 2015

Epigenetics: How to manipulate your genetic expression

You are not your genes!

To accept disease due to “genetic predisposition” is like complaining about the president without ever having cast a vote. Only five percent of gene-related genetic mutations are fully penetrant, meaning that they cannot be changed, for example those with Down’s…

The Happy Lifestylist
October 30, 2015

The toxic challenge

The best method for complete detoxification

One of the most common questions I receive is about the “best detox.” It usually goes a little something like this: “Kate, I’m tired, overweight and my skin looks older by the day, I need a major detox, what…

Time for yoga
The Happy Lifestylist
October 16, 2015

Time for yoga

Courtesy of Erin Shimp

Yoga instructor Erin Shimp does a backbend between columns. “The Lifestylist” Kate Robitello gets a chance to interview Shimp in this week’s column.

Yoga, like similarly beneficial practices like eating well and meditation, is easy to move…

The Happy Lifestylist
September 24, 2015

Fall into health: Eating well for the season

Undeniably one of the best times of year for our taste buds is fall. From the abundance of squash choices to the crisp crunch of a Macintosh apple, the air is filled with the lingering scent of cinnamon-spiked treats that are not only tasty, but…

Youthful (local) pursuits
News Briefs
September 18, 2015

Youthful (local) pursuits

By Kate Robitello

Lucia Rullo holds a bag of veggies that she just bought from Ryan Yoder of Yoder Farm at the Rutland Farmers Market in downtown Rutland.

Instilling the importance of buying local in the future generation

By Kate Robitello

Bone broth: healing & beautifying
The Happy Lifestylist
August 27, 2015

Bone broth: healing & beautifying

I realize that the thought of consuming hot broth at this point of the season is less than pleasant–but hear me out. Bone broth is the most powerful beautifying “supplement” out there. Loaded with minerals and collagen, this super easy liquid (or gelatin if…