What’s the Beef: Is Red Meat Bad for You?

February 1, 2023 | Healthy Living, Nutrition

When you think of warm weather, firing up the grill is just one of many activities that come to mind. Hamburgers and steaks are common cookout favorites, but experts warn against consuming more than 6 ounces of red meat a week. Red meat is a good source of...

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Taking Charge of Your Diabetes

Taking Charge of Diabetes

October 31, 2022 | Healthy Living, Nutrition, Services

Diabetes is more common than many people realize. It’s important to evaluate your own health and determine whether you are at risk. For those living with diabetes, it’s equally important to make sure you are properly managing your diagnosis. According...

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The Role Of Nutrition In Joint Recovery

February 9, 2022 | Nutrition, Orthopedics, Services

Diet and Joint Replacement: How Food Impacts Your Recovery Do you have upcoming joint replacement surgery? You may wonder what kind of foods you can indulge in post-operation.  Get-well cakes, cookies, and ice cream all sound like a good option. After all,...

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What's in Season: Cookies

What’s In Season: Cookies

December 2, 2021 | Healthy Living, Nutrition, Smart Eating

With festive parties filling in your calendar and Santa Claus coming to town, it seems only right to declare this the season of the cookie! A holiday staple, cookies are loved by adults and children alike, and making slight recipe modifications can keep you...

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Is it possible for you to be addicted to sugar?

September 24, 2021 | Ask the Expert, Healthy Living, Nutrition

Given how common it is to hear someone talk about their “sweet tooth” or claim they’re experiencing a sugar craving, have you ever wondered if it’s actually possible to become addicted to sugar? “It is not physiologically...

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4 Ideas to Get Your Kids Excited About Lunch

August 26, 2021 | Healthy Living, Nutrition

From kindergarten to senior year, think about how many school lunches your child will consume over the course of their academic career. Some may be purchased in the school cafeteria, and though a call for change is happening, those meals can be unreliable...

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Pan-seared Scallops

July 1, 2021 | Healthy Living, Nutrition, Recipes

This impressive seafood recipe of seared scallops is quick and delicious. Scallops are lean sources of protein themselves, and good sources of selenium, a mineral that functions as an antioxidant and plays a role in thyroid health. Antioxidants protect cells...

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A Dietitian’s Picks for Your Game Day Menu

January 11, 2021 | Healthy Living, Nutrition, Smart Eating

Excited for football playoffs but still hoping to honor your New Year’s Resolutions? The registered dietitians of Catholic Health have you covered with these five nutritious (and flavorful!) recipes that pair perfectly with the big game....

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What’s in Season: Broccoli

November 4, 2020 | Healthy Living, Nutrition

“Eat your broccoli.” You can probably still hear your mother saying it. She always encouraged you to eat your veggies, but do you know why? One of the most popular items to be hidden in children’s napkins is bursting with more health benefits than you...

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How to Quit Smoking for Good

Ways to Quit Smoking for Good

November 3, 2020 | Healthy Living, Nutrition

Making the decision to quit smoking can have a profound affect on your life. You’ll live longer, save money, and keep your family and pets healthy. Not only that, but you’ll feel more confident as the physical effects of smoking begin to fade. You’ve...

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