Trainer Tip Tuesday (Dietitian): Food & Culture

Challenge: try a new meal from a different culture! Of course, food is important in our health, but it is also important in culture. Visit these links to get healthy meal ideas for various cultures such as Asian, Indian, Chinese, Filipino, Latin American, and Middle Eastern. Personalize Your Plate Tip Sheet_AsianIndian_Final Personalize Your Plate Tip […]

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Trainer Tip Tuesday (Dietitian): Is Salt Healthy?

Are some versions of salt healthier than others? Popular types of salt include table salt, sea salt, and pink Himalayan salt. Sea salt and pink Himalayan salts are often marketed with health foods. Does that mean they are healthier options or worth the extra price point? Sea salt comes from dehydrated seawater. Pink Himalayan salt […]

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Trainer Tip Tuesday (Dietitian): Budget-Friendly Tip #1

Don’t be afraid of using canned products, even with seafood or poultry! a.       Fresh produce is great, but if you can’t use it in time it can waste your money. b.       Even though fresh seafood or poultry are common staples in a meal, they aren’t always convenient or budget-friendly. Canned products can be just as nutritious as […]

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Trainer Tip Tuesday (Dietitian): Fruits and Vegetables

Did you know that according to the CDC, less than 10% of Americans consume enough fruits and vegetables? Fruits and vegetables play an important role in disease prevention. They contain protective nutrients called antioxidants that are most widely known for their ability to protect you from cancerous cells and various heart diseases. Fresh, canned, and […]

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Tuesday Tip (Dietititan): Christmas Morning

Whether you have small kids waking you up at the crack of dawn, grown kids that enjoy sleeping in, or it’s you and your spouse- Christmas can rightfully throw off our normal routines. Sometimes, that can even lead to crankiness from lack of proper nutrition! Spread the Christmas cheer with a healthy breakfast this Christmas. […]

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Tuesday Tip (Dietitian): Healthy Holiday Eating

Have you been trying to improve your health but find yourself constantly surrounded with holiday desserts, foods, and snacks? Eating a nutritious diet can prevent you from overconsuming holiday treats while still allowing you to enjoy them. Kaylee’s biggest piece of advice is to enjoy in moderation. Schedule an appointment with Kaylee to learn specifically […]

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Tuesday Tip (Dietitian): Healthy Snacks

Are you confused about whether or not it’s good to have snacks? Having a healthy snack throughout the day can help you meet your nutritional needs, prevent you from becoming extremely hungry before a meal, prevent you from overeating during meal times, help control your blood sugar, maintain a level mood, and sustain your energy. […]

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Tip Tuesday (Dietitian): Complex Carb Breakfast

If you struggle with mid-morning energy crashes there are a few things you can try using nutrition! Last week’s tip was to add protein to your breakfast. This week combine a complex carbohydrate with protein in your breakfast to feel satisfied and ready to go both at breakfast and until lunchtime. Include foods such as […]

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