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25 Million People Suffer From This Disorder

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April is – Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month Definition & Facts for Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS affects between 25 and 45 million people in the United States. About 2 in 3 IBS sufferers are female. About 1 in 3 IBS sufferers are male. IBS affects people of all ages, even children. Worldwide it’s estimated that […]

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Do you get “HANGRY”?

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You know what it feels like to be “hangry” if you’ve ever snapped at someone a few hours after your last meal. “Hunger is a human instinct in response to the body’s need to find food and stay alive,” said Chrisanne Urban, a Marshfield Clinic registered dietitian. Hangry, a mixture of the words hungry and angry, […]

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Eat Right with Less Salt

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Eating Right with Less Salt Most Americans are getting too much sodium from the foods they eat. And, the sodium in salt plays a role in high blood pressure, which is also known as hypertension. (Salt is the common name for sodium chloride.) The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends that adults and children ages […]

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Are you tired of yo-yo dieting?

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By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Feb. 20, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Anyone who has been on a diet knows the real challenge comes later, when you’ve got to fight tooth and nail to keep from regaining the lost weight. Now, a new trial finds that regular “diet coaching” may help keep the weight off. […]

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10 Common Food Safety Mistakes

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Don’t be one of the 48 million Americans sickened by food poisoning each year. Avoid these 10 common yet dangerous food safety mistakes. Mistake #1: Tasting food to see if it’s still good Never taste your food to check if it has spoiled. You can’t taste, see or even smell the bacteria that causes food […]

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Here is why people still eat family meals together

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Adults who never watch TV during family meals and eat mostly home-cooked food are much less likely than others to be obese, according to a recent U.S. study. Past research has suggested that more frequent family meals are linked to lower obesity, but in the current study of more than 12,000 Ohio residents, eating at […]

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Power Up With Breakfast!

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Power Up with Breakfast     Breakfast gives you energy to start the day. A healthy breakfast is important for everyone. Get the morning nutrition you need with these quick breakfast ideas. Make instant oatmeal with low-fat milk instead of water. Toss in raisins or dried cranberries and chopped  walnuts. Layer low-fat plain yogurt with […]

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People are eating more of this and living longer….

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10 Daily Servings of Fruits, Veggies a Recipe for Longevity Reductions seen in risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer and early death Article by HealthDay THURSDAY, Feb. 23, 2017 (HealthDay News) — If you want to add years to your life, 10 daily servings of fruits and vegetables may be the best recipe you can […]

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You don’t want to miss this nutrition clinic!!

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“Plan, Prep, Portion, and Pack” This nutrition clinic has been cancelled. We will reschedule it soon. Stay tuned for future events by subscribing to our blog and newsletter. Be prepared! The key to successful weight loss and maintenance is planning. We will give you the tools and teach you how to apply them so you […]

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Color Your Plate with Salad

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Eat More Salad Pack more nutrition into your day with a colorful main dish or side salad. Keep basic ingredients on hand for a quick addition to any meal. Encourage kids to eat more vegetables by setting out ingredients to make their own salad creations. Or, let them choose individual items with salad dressing as a […]

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