For health, environmental, and/or animal welfare reasons, there is a rise in people choosing to adopt a more plant-based diet. Whether you are planning on cutting out animal protein entirely, cutting back some, or just looking for new ideas for menu planning, looking at vegetarian resources can help you create a fun and diverse meal…

A recent study published in Nature Scientific Reports shows a correlation between BMI (body mass index) and WC (waist circumference) and the prevalence of thyroid cancer. The study, which included more than 11 million people showed that as weight increases, so does the likelihood of thyroid cancer. Likewise, as weight decreases, the risk of thyroid…

  March is National Nutrition Month and this month we wanted to share some great resources, tips, and nutritional advice from EatRight.org, the website run by The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.  “The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1917, by…

Valentine’s Day is just a week away and if you’ve been in any grocery stores lately, the shelves are lined with chocolates. While having a treat or two during the holiday is absolutely okay–and encouraged!–Valentine’s, like every other holiday–can end up a stressor and a trigger when it is surrounded with food. If you are…

Thanks to Instagram and a few celebrity influencers, our newsfeeds are once again inundated with the juicing trend–this time, specifically, celery juice. Juicing has its moments in the spotlight, often advertised with overexaggerated promises of health cures, and it’s definitely in the spotlight once again. But before you go out and drop several hundred dollars…

The new year is a great time to set new goals, wipe the slate clean, and begin with fresh energy. Unfortunately, “New Year’s Resolutions” rarely stick. The problem is that people start 1. too many goals and 2. too big goals. When the goals become unmanageable, people often get frustrated and quit instead of readjusting…

Since 1970, the American Red Cross has been celebrating National Blood Donor Month each January to recognize and encourage the lifesaving practice of blood and platelet donations. The original choice for a January observance was intentional—winter is one of the most difficult times of the year to ensure enough blood donations to meet needs. Because…

Vacations, weddings, and holidays are all times during the year when we are prone to over-indulge. And while a “treat”/”cheat” day never hurt anyone, the holiday season often means several days of extra desserts, delicious meals, and disrupted schedules. Poor nutrition, lack of routine, disrupted sleep, and anxiety can leave even the most disciplined person…

Holiday Party Survival Tips 1. DON’T: Go to a Holiday Party Hungry Don’t alter your eating habits all day so you can eat anything that night. Instead, have a normal day of food, such as 3 meals plus the afternoon snack. Have a protein shake before a party, so you’re not too hungry! When you…

by: Dr Adam Smith We are in the Holiday season, a time to enjoy friends and family. An opportunity to count our blessings and also to help others who may not be so fortunate. For the weight loss surgery patient, the Holidays present additional challenges. For the person who is on their first round of…

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