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Supplemental Nutrition Program relocates to La Red Health Center
Middletown Transcript, Delaware - September 28, 2017

The Delaware Women, Infants and Children Supplemental Nutrition Program relocated to La Red Health Center, 21444 Carmean Way, Georgetown.The Division of Public Health held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 28 with La Red Heal

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Nanticoke to offer nutrition class
Sussex Countian, Delaware - August 17, 2017

Topics include information on starting a healthful diet, understanding appropriate portions, incorporating exercise into daily schedules and nutrition-related concerns. Bariatric patients are required to attend at least one nutrition class prior to their scheduled ...

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Nanticoke to offer nutrition class
Sussex Countian, Delaware - July 15, 2017

Topics include information on starting a healthful diet, understanding appropriate portions, incorporating exercise into daily schedules and nutrition-related concerns. Bariatric patients are required to attend at least one nutrition class prior to their scheduled ...

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Nanticoke to offer first-Wednesday nutrition classes
Sussex Countian, Delaware - February 9, 2017

Topics include information on starting a healthful diet, understanding appropriate portions, incorporating exercise into daily schedules and nutrition-related concerns. Bariatric patients are required to attend at least one nutrition class prior to their scheduled ...

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Whole30: is the restrictive diet worth it?
The News Journal, Delaware - September 19, 2016

Another benefit is that the Whole30 gets people to rid their homes and diets of  processed foods and turn toward natural, whole foods, said Ellen Liskov, an outpatient nutrition specialist at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Whole30 prides itself on encouragi

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Gentry: The devil dog diet might work
The News Journal, Delaware - June 26, 2016

Tough, good-looking and healthy, Colby Jack is all muscle.His back muscles ripple, legs are sculpted and his face is powerful.He doesnât get tired climbing over fallen trees or digging deep holes.He has no problem running and jumping and swimming laps in the pool.I ...

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Get away from that four-letter word: Diet
The News Journal, Delaware - June 22, 2016

For starters, get away from that four-letter word: Diet. Lots of individuals equate that word with deprivation, restriction and many other negative attributes.Instead, decide that youâre going to start taking better care of yourself by eating healthy. Itâs not ...

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Need help with your diet? Call an RDN
The News Journal, Delaware - March 14, 2016

If you have a pipe leaking under the house, you call a licensed plumber. If you have legal trouble, you hire a lawyer.What if you need sound, evidence-based nutrition information? Contact a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN).In addition to holding a bachelor's ...

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Study: Mediterranean diet may delay cognitive decline
The News Journal, Delaware - July 30, 2015

A Mediterranean diet, traditionally known as a "heart-healthy" nutrition plan, is rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts and emphasizes replacing butter with healthy fats, such as olive oil.Participants with a high risk for heart issues were split ...

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Recent media: Myths about diet; free birth control
The News Journal, Delaware - May 20, 2015

Two recent pieces of media focus on gluten and the myths about what you eat, and whether you have to pay for birth control.NutritionâThe Gluten Lie and Other Myths About What You Eatâ by Alan LevinovitzAlan Levinovitz, author of âThe Gluten Lie and Other Myths ...

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Diet season is upon us: 3 new books
The News Journal, Delaware - April 17, 2015

It seems as though every mail delivery brings a new load of diet books to the Health & Science shelves.But rarely is there such a confluence of titles as those that have turned up in the last few weeks: They're all about the time frame.Ready? Click that stopwatch:⢠...

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Diet soda may lead to more belly fat as you age
The News Journal, Delaware - March 30, 2015

They determined that daily and occasional diet soda drinkers gained nearly three times as much belly fat as non-drinkers, after they ruled out other factors such as age, exercise and smoking. The diet soda drinkers added an average of 2.11 centimeters (.83 inches) ...

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Clean eating: not a fad diet; a lifestyle change
The News Journal, Delaware - March 16, 2015

The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, a panel of experts chosen by the feds, makes recommendations yearly on such nutrition guidelines. This year they placed an emphasis on decreasing salt and sugar intake, eating plant-rich foods, and cutting back on trips ...

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US poised to withdraw warnings about cholesterol in diet
The News Journal, Delaware - February 16, 2015

WASHINGTON â The nation's top nutrition advisory panel has decided to drop its caution about eating cholesterol-laden food, a move that could undo almost 40 years of government warnings about its consumption. The group's finding that cholesterol in the ...

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Vertigo treatment calls for exercises, diet change
The News Journal, Delaware - January 19, 2015

For the last 41 years Debbie Chickadel has felt like she is always on an airplane.She constantly hears a pop, pop, pop in her ears and feels like she's spinning. Blinking to rest her eyes has the opposite effect: she feels dizzy. The dizziness worsens as the seasons ...

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