Tag archive for Nutrition

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A holiday feast that’s good for your teeth

There’s another thing to be grateful for this Thanksgiving: Many elements of the traditional Turkey Day fare nourish your health and smile.

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Enjoy responsibly: How to eat holiday foods without guilt

Nutritionist and health educator, David Leal, provides his top five tips for staying healthy throughout the holidays.

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5 tricks for eating fewer treats on Halloween

Halloween is the biggest holiday for candy producers, which can be a nightmare for parents. Nutritionist David Leal shares his top five tips to avoid eating too much sugar during Halloween.

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5 tips for a winning and safe tailgating season

Football season has officially kicked off, which means it’s time to break out the grill and your 12th Man towel for some good ole’ fashioned tailgating—an integral, time-honored tradition for the nation’s biggest football fans. There are a couple of tips and tricks for making your tailgate safe and responsible so that you can enjoy it and the big win to the fullest!

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Shopping on a budget: 5 tips to keep you and your grocery bill lean

You hear it all the time: Eating healthy is expensive. And while eating nutritiously can in fact impose a strain on your budget, there are tips and tricks to maintain healthy eating habits that won’t break the bank.

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4 things to keep in mind when using apps to lose weight

Losing weight is not always fast; it includes dedication and time. There are several apps you can use to help achieve your goal.

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Sharma reviews methods to breakdown contaminates in water

Virender K. Sharma, Ph.D., professor at the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health, recently published a review of different methods of transforming sucralose in water.

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It’s not just about the waistline

It’s not just about the waistline

Dietary choices can have unintended side effects in the mouth and throughout the body, a dental hygienist and registered dietitian explains.

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“Battle of the bulge” may be linked to body clock in immune cells

It’s all in the timing, according to Texas A&M researchers who have confirmed disruption of the internal biological clock plays a key role in the development of metabolic diseases, including obesity and diabetes.

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