CategoryNutrition

  • Links Between Obesity and Cognitive Decline

    Links Between Obesity and Cognitive Decline

    Belly fat is strongly correlated with many different health risks. Patients may often hear warnings that belly fat, obesity, or merely being overweight can contribute to risks such as hypertension, diabetes, colon cancer, and other types of...

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  • Obesity: A Silent GI Threat

    Obesity: A Silent GI Threat

    We experience potentially harmful and dangerous events every day without even thinking about it. While we know car accidents can happen, we’re not worried about driving to work. We’ve heard stories of friends who have gotten food poisoning, but...

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  • Why We Should Emphasize Healthy Weight From An Early Age

    Why We Should Emphasize Healthy Weight From An Early Age

    If you’re looking for a way to bond with and spend time with your children, you can choose an activity that will have long-term benefits to their health. We should start teaching our children the importance of physical activity and a healthy diet...

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  • Sometimes Small Changes Can Make A Huge Impact

    Sometimes Small Changes Can Make A Huge Impact

    Next time you’re at the grocery store, swing by the nut section to pick up some tree nuts to integrate into your daily diet. In moderation, nuts can be a valuable addition to your diet, with lots of “good fats,” protein, fiber, and vitamins. But...

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  • Why Being Obese Really Is A Big Deal

    Why Being Obese Really Is A Big Deal

    Who hasn’t been told by their doctor that they could do well to lose some weight? The CDC reports that even a small amount of weight loss, 5-10%, can produce many health benefits like lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugars. But what...

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