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How to Stay Healthy When It’s Cold Outside

This year, the temperatures took a little longer than normal to realize the winter solstice had passed, but those winter temperatures have finally moved in across the country. Colder temperatures usher in the season of flu, colds, dry skin, seasonal depression and weight gain. Here are six ways to stay...

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Beat Winter Fatigue

By: Jill Weisenberger, MS, RDN, CDE FAND -- If you feel like hibernating, we can blame it on the earth’s tilt. The winter solstice is that point when the earth is tilted away from the sun at its most extreme angle. The winter solstice occurs on December 21, meaning that it...

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Keep Up Your Fruits and Veggies This Winter

By Carolyn Reynaud, MS, RD, LD -- Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is one of the most important steps to take in maintaining good health. However, it is not a surprise that this is where Americans tend to struggle the most in the quest for better health. As...

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Halloween, Diabetes & Sweet Indulgences

How to Make the Right Choices By: Robyn Flipse, MS. MA, RDN-- It’s that time of year when our homes and offices become filled with an assortment of chocolatey, chewy and crunchy candies as we approach Halloween and its aftermath. I know I can’t resist grabbing a few fun-sized bags...

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Healthy Halloween

By Carolyn Reynaud, MS, RD, LD -- The scariest part of Halloween can be dodging all those sweet treats and candies if you are trying to watch your diet. Halloween festivities do no need to haunt your waistline.  Here are some Halloween season survival tips for a tricky situation.   Don’t...

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Take Control of Late Night Snacking

By Carolyn Reynaud, MS, RD, LD -- That time of night is finally here, when you can sit and just relax after a hectic day. Then it hits you, that craving for a snack. You have done fantastic eating healthfully all day, and then it feels as if it just falls...

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