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By now you are probably tired of those c

By now you are probably tired of those creative recipes for turkey leftovers. This year dinner was courtesy of my employer as it was my turn to work the holiday. Now before you start feeling sorry for me, let me … Continue reading

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I am sure by now that you all realize that most of the work I do involves weight management counseling. I absolutely cringe when a new client asks “how much weight will I lose by my vacation, my class

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Dr. Oz is at it Again

I can always count on my Dad to give me ideas during my annual visit to Western New York state. This week, Dr. Oz is promoting a new supplement to assist in weight loss: L-arginine. Now, as a Registered Dietitian … Continue reading

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Not that I am Gloating…..

I don’t think that Dr. Oz had a good time during his visit to D.C. last week. You have probably heard by now about his testimony before the subcommittee on health fraud. The Federal Trade Commission has been cracking down … Continue reading

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In Defense of Gluten

My name is Alana Benito and I am currently a dietetic intern through California State University San Bernardino’s ISPP program. I just completed my three week long acute care rotation with Nadine Pazder. Like Nadine, I am an alumna of the University … Continue reading

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