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If it’s one thing we as Americans are good at, it’s yo-yo dieting. Wouldn’t it be nice to lose it and keep it off? Last week we discussed how a high fiber diet can aid in weight reduction and weight maintenance. After all, it’s one thing to lose weight,...
 
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We’ve been discussing the unwanted weight gain that many Americans have experienced since the start of the pandemic. Unless it’s dealt with, it may be similar to weight gained over the holiday season where it’s not lost year after year. In addition to changes at the plate, it’s only...
 

The purpose of nutrition month is to help the public become aware of the importance of good nutrition and a healthful eating plan.
 

Looking for compelling nutrition posters to brighten your walls with motivation and education? You have come to the right place!
 
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We’ve been discussing how stress eating due to COVID19 (and the depressive effect it’s had on our lives), has impacted our waistlines. While comfort foods like chocolate and chips may seem tempting and harmless to indulge in at the moment, they may actually contribute to more stress, depression, and inflammation in your body. It’s not ... Your food, your mood
Prevention

The argument surrounding diet versus exercise for weight loss seems as old as the chicken and egg theory. We all recognize that chronic dieting is difficult and not the best for our psyche in the long term. Now, a new study shines some light on the question of why...
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While no one is fond of stepping on a scale, the annual weigh-in is one of the simplest ways health care providers can evaluate risk of chronic disease that can be easily tracked over time. Without any blood drawn, BMI may tell a lot about a person’s potential health...