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  • how much red meat is safe?

How Much Red Meat is Safe?

Has new research left you concerned about the health implications of eating red and processed meat? Read on to find out what the latest findings mean and whether you need to banish the bacon for good.

  • best weight loss diets for women over 50

Best Diets for Women Over 50?

What are the best diets for women over 50 years old? As a Certified Nutritionist, this is a question I frequently get from my baby boomer clients. For my weight loss clients, the question of how to get the weight off and keep it off is an integral part of the inquiry.

  • Zoom meetings and health

Zoom Meetings and Health

Zoom meetings and health are related and not in a positive way. For the last year, many of us have sat in an endless series of Zoom conferences. While it is a practical solution to staying connected without going into the office, it is taking a tool on our health.

  • heart healthy diets

Heart Healthy Diets

What’s are the heart healthy diets? What's the best diet for heart health? Dietitians weigh in. Nutrition experts discuss portion control, weight loss and the health benefits of eating a diet rich in heart-healthy foods.

  • junk food and heart disease

Keep Snacking Under Control

Keep snacking under control but don’t deprive yourself entirely as that will likely backfire. The usual result of banning all snacks from your diet is that at some point you lose it and go crazy on the snacks, sometimes for an extended period of time.

  • elimination diets pros and cons

Elimination Diets Pros and Cons

Elimination diets pros and cons. Here’s a dietician’s evaluation. While some elimination diets are medically necessary, others are nothing more than a fad. A dietitian explains what you need to know.

  • are smoothies healthy?

Are Smoothies Healthy?

Are smoothies healthy? You would think so. After all we read about how healthy they are all the time. The truth is that they can be healthy or unhealthy, depending on the ingredients and your particular diet.

  • healthy dipping sauce

Healthy Dipping Sauce Recipe

A healthy dipping sauce can make a big difference on Super Bowl Sunday or at any social get-together. A typical ranch dressing is about 110-140 calories for 2 tablespoons. Making a healthy dipping sauce is worth the trouble. It can make the difference between beating yourself up later over your food choices or feeling good without depriving yourself.

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