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Dietitian’s Choice: Slow Cooker Pork Tenderloin

Easy Crockpot Pork Tenderloin

Here is an easy on the road recipe for any truck driver that wants a healthy and hearty meal that is easy to prep and cook. All it takes is a crockpot! When it comes to meats, the words “round” and “loin” indicate that the cut of meat is lean. So, a round roast and a tenderloin, for example, are both lean cuts, meaning they…

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Dietitian’s Choice: Sweet Potato and Kale Salad

Dark green, leafy vegetables are nutritional superstars. Kale, and other members of the cruciferous vegetables family, are especially recommended for liver and detox support. There are a bunch of ways to eat kale, and it pairs well with many other foods. The combination of ingredients in this recipe yields a dish that is both hearty and refreshing. It’s perfect as a side dish for Thanksgiving,…

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Prevention and Management of Diabetes: Tips for Success

Prevention and Management of Diabetes: Tips for Success

Very simply, diabetes is a group of diseases that results in too much sugar in the blood, AKA high blood glucose. It may seem cruel to draw attention to “sugar in the blood” right as we’re gearing up for the holiday season, but November is National Diabetes Month, and this year’s focus is on preventing diabetes.  Often, when it comes to diabetes, we automatically focus…

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Smile! Do’s and Don’t’s for Oral Health

Smile Do's and Donts

Oral health, which includes everything relating to the mouth—teeth, gums, tongue, etc., is an important part of overall health. We hear about cavities and gum disease, but did you know that poor oral hygiene is also linked to diabetes, heart disease, stroke, childbirth complications, and cancer?  Obviously the importance of brushing, flossing, and keeping regular dental appointments cannot be overstated. Additionally, here are some other…

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Dietitian’s Choice: Anti-Inflammatory Golden Milk

Dietitian's Choice: Anti-Inflammatory Golden Milk

Turmeric is a relative of ginger and, like ginger, has traditionally been used as a culinary staple for many years, especially in its native South and Southeast Asia. It’s the main ingredient in curry powder and is known to be an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. Turmeric milk, or golden milk, is a simple concoction of—you guessed it—turmeric and milk, and has traditionally been used to…

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In Pain? 5 Tips for Natural Pain Relief

September is Pain Awareness Month, and if you’re like nearly 100 million other Americans, you know what it’s like to be in pain. Per Johns Hopkins Medicine: Nearly 100 million Americans experience chronic pain, which is defined as lasting weeks to years Pain is a warning sign that indicates a problem that needs attention Pain starts in nerve cells beneath the skin and in organs…

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