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Top 10 Best Health & Wellness Podcasts: UPDATED

Nov 16, 2023 Comments Off on Top 10 Best Health & Wellness Podcasts: UPDATED
May 28 @ 12:16 am

Sometimes it’s easier to slip in a little self motivation during your morning commute (and often critical to prepare during that long road trip to a family holiday gathering!). For any occasion, we bring you a compiled collection of the best and most recent health, wellness, and fitness podcasts that…

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Are Food Expiration Dates Real? Ask a Nutritionist.

Sep 13, 2022 Comments Off on Are Food Expiration Dates Real? Ask a Nutritionist.
May 28 @ 12:16 am

Confused about food expiration dates? Learn more about how you can save money – and stop wasting food. When you look at the expiration dates on food, what do they really mean? Expiration dates on most food items have little to do with the safety of the product. Best-by dates…

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Healthy Bagged Lunch Ideas

Sep 5, 2019 Comments Off on Healthy Bagged Lunch Ideas
May 28 @ 12:16 am

After a long break, we’re back to those Back-to-School (or work) Lunches – and with it, a chance for everyone to start fresh with a few nutritional goals! Incorporating some healthy bagged lunch ideas into the mix will keep the whole family on target for a productive school and work…

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How Can I Increase My Physical Activity? Ask a Nutritionist.

May 28, 2019 Comments Off on How Can I Increase My Physical Activity? Ask a Nutritionist.
May 28 @ 12:16 am

Joanne M. Gallivan, M.S., R.D.N. is a registered Dietitian Nutritionist and volunteer at Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic. Prior to joining the Clinic, she served as the Director of the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP). There’s no time like the present to make physical activity a regular part of the…

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I [Heart] Recipes: Sante Fe Wild Rice Soup

Dec 6, 2018 Comments Off on I [Heart] Recipes: Sante Fe Wild Rice Soup
May 28 @ 12:16 am

This soup couldn’t be more perfect as a cold front moves in! Beat the cold snap with a piping hot bowl of spice and the comfort of wild rice. Diabetic-friendly and loaded with vegetables, you’ll need to make a few batches this winter! To make it a vegetarian friendly dish,…

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How To Quit Smoking

Sep 25, 2018 Comments Off on How To Quit Smoking
May 28 @ 12:16 am

A recent study by the American Cancer Society found that almost half of all cancer deaths were attributed to modifiable risk factors, such as smoking. Smoking cigarettes kills more Americans than alcohol, car accidents, HIV, guns, and illegal drugs combined. While you may already know about all the risks associated…

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Should I Stay in Charleston During A Hurricane?

Sep 8, 2018 Comments Off on Should I Stay in Charleston During A Hurricane?
May 28 @ 12:16 am

In the midst of Hurricane Season for the Lowcountry, staying safe is the number one priority. It is critical to stay informed, especially if you or your loved ones make the decision to remain in your home during a dangerous weather event or in the face of an evacuation order. The…

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I [Heart] Recipes: Crispy Parmesan Roasted Zucchini

Aug 21, 2018 Comments Off on I [Heart] Recipes: Crispy Parmesan Roasted Zucchini
May 28 @ 12:16 am

Diabetic friendly recipes can be enjoyed by all! This sweet and savory low-carb snack must be tried to be believed – and you won’t be disappointed. An abundance of zucchini this time of year yields the perfect outlet for your cravings. Prepare with a sprinkle of parmesan and dash of…

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How To Cut Back on Sugar

Jul 26, 2018 Comments Off on How To Cut Back on Sugar
May 28 @ 12:16 am

Excessive sugar in your diet can increase your chances of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and obesity – and all too often, we don’t even realize how much sugar we are actually consuming. As a daily rule, those consuming about 2,000 to 2,500 calories should not consume more than 25…

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12 Healthy Late-Night Snacks

Apr 23, 2018 Comments Off on 12 Healthy Late-Night Snacks
May 28 @ 12:16 am

It happens: You have a perfectly satisfying dinner, finish up some chores around the home or spend time with the family, and eventually settle in to watch your favorite program or the news. Hunger strikes. Could it be that watching the television triggers snack pangs? Could be. Perhaps you didn’t…

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