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Nutrition

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  • High Protein Diets: The Meat of It 12/14/2016

    A diet that continues to trend is low carbohydrate, high protein. Before you run to the store for your next high-protein meal, here are some of the facts.

  • The 101 on Type 2 Diabetes 11/7/2016

    Type 2 diabetes is associated with increased age, obesity, family history and inactivity. But it be avoided, treated and controlled with good health practices.

  • Beat the Heat: Hydration Tips 8/29/2016

    When heat strikes, so does the need for liquids. Here's how to nip hydration in the bud.

  • 5 Ways to Rock Your Veggies 8/2/2016

    “Eat your veggies!” As an adult, you’ve likely outgrown your aversion to them. But chances are you still don’t eat enough veggies. Let's remedy that.

  • Eating Outdoors: Do's and Don'ts 7/25/2016

    Eating outside during the summer may increase your risk for contracting food-borne illness. Here's how to practice safe food handling at outdoor events.

  • Eat What's In Season 6/17/2016

    Summer is a great time to eat well because of the abundance of fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables available.

  • Small Changes for High Blood Pressure 5/23/2016

    With all the summer barbecues and cook-outs coming up, it is important to think about the factors in your life that could affect your blood pressure and heart health.

  • Facts About Olive Oil 5/2/2016

    Many would agree that olive oil is an acceptable oil to use when cooking, especially since it is one of the oldest known culinary oils and is considered “heart-healthy”. However, which one is best to use?

  • Help Your Child Savor the Flavor 3/31/2016

    Check out these strategies to promote a positive relationship with food and help your child mindfully eat.

  • The Facts about FODMAPs 3/16/2016

    To help deal with IBS and other digestive problems, nutrition researchers have suggested a diet that is low in FODMAP-containing foods.

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