Information on nutrition, diet and health, including chronic disease, food allergies, diabetes, osteoporosis, weight management, asthma and migraines. Access to programs such as StrongWomen, Dining with Diabetes and Seniors Eating Well.
By Katie Greenawalt, MS, CHES
What is your New Year's Resolution?
It may surprise you to learn that some nutrition related diseases are beginning to re-emerge in developed countries.
By Lynn James, MS, RDN, LDN
The number of people with arthritis is growing, as well as the need for accurate information on nutrition and exercise.
New research shows when adults with atrial fibrillation lost 10% or more of body weight, their condition reversed, with more than half symptom-free.
New research shows when 18-24 year olds believe their cooking skills are very adequate, this predicts healthful eating patterns 10 years later for them and their families.
By Whitney DePowell, MPH, MCHES
How super are "super foods?" Learn more about antioxidants, free radicals, and the health benefits of these foods.
Healthy eating and regular physical activity help with lowering blood pressure
By Jennifer Bohland-Anhalt
Copper is an essential element found in food.
The Dining With Diabetes program helps people with type 2 diabetes identify and understand important information about managing and preventing this disease.
By Katherine Ann French, Katherine L Cason, PhD, RD, LD
In 2016‐2017, 88 multi‐week class series were offered in 25 counties.
By Katherine L Cason, PhD, RD, LD, Katherine Ann French
For the 2016 program year, over 150 StrongWomen/Growing Stronger classes were offered in 23 counties with 2,091 participants, for participants ranging from 40-86 years (average age 67).
By Stacy Reed, MS, Mary Albus Length8:59
We discuss the impact adequate sleep has on our mental and physical health. Foods which help and hinder sleep are also covered.
Pre-diabetes is a wake-up call to make changes to your lifestyle, to prevent diabetes. Learn if you are at risk and make a choice to a healthier you.
By Laurie Weinreb-Welch, MPH, MCHES, Lynn James, MS, RDN, LDN
Both strength and aerobic training are important for optimal physical fitness. Learn how to improve your health in both of these areas.
You can control the effects of asthma by knowing the early warning signs of an attack, avoiding things that might trigger an attack in the first place, and following your doctor’s advice.
Although there is no cure for migraines, many medications can treat or prevent them. And you may be able to reduce their frequency by identifying and avoiding triggers.
By Emily Rodriguez Length11:47
In this video, we will provide a crash course on vegetarianism.
Alternative protein sources provide nutrition and health benefits. Vary your protein sources, and add alternative proteins into your diet.
Some patients with Type 2 Diabetes may find that surgery may be the solution to diabetic situation.
Besides being green in color, what do Swiss chard, Lima beans and spinach have in common? The answer is they are all vegetables that contain a high amount of potassium.
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Managing Type 2 diabetes can be a challenge. This online course includes diet and exercise strategies, information on medications, recipes, and helpful tips.
By Lynn James, MS, RDN, LDN, J. Lynne Brown, Ph.D., R.D.
Trans fats are produced during the hydrogenation of vegetable oils. Concerns about these fats brought about changes to the Nutrition Facts panel in 2006.
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Join this group to improve your health with effective strength training and nutrition education program.
Did you know sleep is as important to our health as diet and exercise? Find out why sleep is so important and ways to improve sleep habits.
When you think of heart health, do you ever think about eating more fish? If not, consider adding this important food to your menu!