By Erin Caraher RDN, CDN Exercise and weight loss always seem to go hand in hand. While increasing physical activity can help you shed some of those extra pounds and keep them off, it shouldn’t be the only reason you exercise.
Why heat up the kitchen during the hot summer months? Grill up this colorful tasty dish to serve as a meal or a yummy side to accompany any grilled meat or fish. This will be an impressive addition to any dinner table that will please both family and friends.
Your mother was right when she repeatedly told you to sit and stand up straight. Poor posture contributes to back pain and other medical conditions.
Pretty much everyone snores now and then, but for some, snoring can become a chronic issue. If you regularly snore at night, it can disrupt the quality of your sleep and cause daytime fatigue along with a whole array of other health problems.
By Daphne Baldwin Kornrich, MS, RDN, CSOWN, CDN We all know that being active and exercising are essential to good health. The benefits of exercise include weight loss and maintenance, better glucose control, bone health and stress reduction. The American College of Sports Medicine’s guidelines recommends that healthy adults should get at least 30 minutes…
From your Bariatric Nutrition Team Summertime is vacation time for many people, and even the most mindful eaters can be challenged when trying to follow a healthy diet while traveling.
From your Bariatric Nutrition Team With the temperature rising, it’s great to be able to put a meal together without heating up the kitchen. Here is a familiar recipe with added protein and fiber that requires minimal preparation and no cooking.
By Barbara Broggelwirth, RDN, CDN In 2018, American’s spent $46 million on collagen supplements – a 34 percent increase over 2017. What is driving this trend? A lot of hype and marketing and a little bit of evidence. There is some early research suggesting that collagen protein can improve skin quality, prevent muscle wasting and…
There is so much to enjoy in the Summer: warmer temperatures, more hours of daylight and fun outdoor activities. But it’s hard to enjoy the season if you’re suffering from back pain. Learn ways to take care of your spine while still enjoying this sunny time of year.
By Gigi Ravenhall, RDN, CDN Home gardens can be a fun and rewarding way to improve your diet by adding nutrient rich fruits and veggies into meals and snacks! The summer season on Long Island gives us plenty of time to start a garden, big or small, and to reap the benefits of what we’ve…