Tag Archives: Nutrition

Savor the Flavors

Stop the presses! Too much salt in the diet…..is still bad for you. This time eating a high-salt diet might contribute to liver damage in adults and developing embryos. The research, just published in the American Chemical Society’s Journal of … Continue reading

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I realize that I am not the one having this baby, but I find myself drawn to articles about pregnancy health and such. Just today, an article came across my desk about “pregorexia“. Eating disorder behaviors that begin during pregnancy. … Continue reading

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Summer Squash: Stuff It, Bake It, Grill It

When it comes to summer squash, such as zucchini, patty pans and yellow crooknecks, you’ve got options. You can stuff it, bake it, steam it or grill it. The many creative ways you can cook this vegetable make it a … 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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eat together as a family to create better eating habits

While finding time to enjoy meals together gets trickier for families every day, research continues to demonstrate family meals are a great way to promote healthy family eating habits. According to a recent study in the Journal of the American Dietetic … Continue reading

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