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Nutrition for Seniors

We exercise togatherBy Lauren Dimitrov, RDN, MPH, LDN

Did you know that health issues and physical limitations can sometimes make it difficult for seniors to get the right nutrition? Possible causes of poor nutrition include a decreased appetite, side effects of medication, lack of transportation, mobility impairments, and forgetfulness.  Continue

Debunking Holiday Food Myths

BLOG POST 12.15.17By Lauren Dimitrov, RDN, MPH, LDN

It’s that time of year again—the holiday season—a time when we gather with all of our loved ones to spend time together, catch up on the years’ events, and enjoy some of our favorite holiday foods. We’ve all heard that people gain weight over

Healthy Living: Herbs

HERBS BLOG POST 11.9.17We often think of herbs as the leafy greens that we put on our food to add a little bit of culinary flair. But did you know that adding herbs to your diet can result in tremendous health benefits? Keep reading to learn more about how to incorporate

The Role of Nutrition in Breast Cancer Prevention

BREAST CANCER BLOG 10.12.17By Lauren Dimitrov, RDN, MPH, LDN

Everywhere you look this month you will see the color pink in representation of Breast Cancer Awareness month. There are certain risk factors associated with breast cancer that you cannot change, including age, genetics, race, ethnicity, and family history. However, recent studies have

The Truth about Fasting Diets

FASTING ARTICLEMost people are accustomed to eating three meals a day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner as part of a healthy diet. However, recent studies have shown that diets that include intermittent fasting may help you live a longer life and lower your risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

Gluten-Free Diets and Heart Health

LAUREN GLUTEN FREEBy Lauren Dimitrov, RDN, MPH, LDN

“Gluten-free” is a term that we see more often than ever with food companies and diet trends stating that gluten is harmful.  But what exactly is gluten? Gluten is a general name for the proteins found in wheat, rye, barley and triticale (a cross

Thoughtful Tuesday

SSSL8930Every change starts with a choice. We make choices to do things differently, to improve our lifestyles and to continue growing as individuals. However, no choice we make is guaranteed to be successful. For every choice we make, there is a chance we may not get the

National Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month

IMG_0008RTIn honor of May being National Osteoporosis Awareness & Prevention Month,, Lauren Dimitrov, Registered Dietitian & Nutrition Expert, talks to us about how food & nutrition can improve our bone health. Continue reading “National Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month” »

Are Artificial Sweeteners a Smart Alternative?

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IMG_0008RT Dimitrov, Registered Dietitian & Nutrition Expert, talks to many of her clients about their sugar intake. This week, she talks to us about artificial sweeteners and whether or not they are a smart alternative to sugar. Continue

Let’s Talk Mindful Eating

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If you’ve kept up with us for awhile, you know that we love holidays! March is National Nutrition Month. We asked our very own Nutrition Expert & Registered Dietitian, Lauren Dimitrov, to give us the expert’s guide on nutrition and healthy eating.

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