By Elana Zimelman, RD, LD, CDE, Registered Dietitian Do you often have trouble planning for healthy meals or picking the healthiest dinner options? Coming up with meals for a week can be overwhelming, and this […]
Look out for these veggies in 2020. By Julie Alvira, M.D., MBA Healthcare Management Still in demand, the humble veggie is on the rise and replacing popular carbs such as rice and flour. Veggies have […]
Is Your TV Making You Tired and Fat?
Does your mouth water when you see the cheesy pizza or velvety chocolate advertised on TV? Is your mouth watering right now just thinking about it? If so, you’re not alone.
A cohesive and integrated program provides the best results in relieving pain. Chronic pain patients suffer from pain that is multi-layered. Therefore, a cohesive and integrated program provides patients with the best results in relieving […]
Mesonutrients are the power source of the superfoods. By Julie Alvira, MD, MBA Trendy! We have heard about macros (big) and micronutrients (small) but now there are mesonutrients (in the inside or middle). Correction, the […]
By Joan Weems, RN For over 30 years, fat in our diet has been considered the culprit in obesity, heart disease, and high cholesterol. A typical heart-healthy diet consists of whole grains, vegetables, fruits, low-fat […]
By Christina Reiter, BSN, CCN To answer this question, it’s important to know that nutritional supplements are processed in the body as nourishment or food, just like a bag of potato chips or a can […]
By Stacy Apple Open your recipe book and chances are there’s a worn, dog-eared page that’s become a staple in your repertoire. These tried and true family favorites can conjure memories, quiet hungry mouths, or […]