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Debunking Old Wives’ Tales: Juice is Good for My Kid!

Aug 14, 2017

Fruits are healthy for our kids, but that doesn't necessarily mean that 100% all-natural fruit juice is healthy for our kids. Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner says fruit juice is “basically liquid candy.” Learn about the myth of fruit juice health claims and what you should be giving your child ...

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What's in Your Refridgerator?

Jun 21, 2017

What's in your fridge says a lot about your health habits. Do you have plenty of veggies, fruits, milk, and fish or lean meats stocked? Are your vegetables rotting? Is your fridge packed with high-sodium sauces or sticks of margarine? We played the "Rate Your Refridgerator" game with dietitian Julie...

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Listener Question: How Many Meals Should I Be Eating Daily to Lose Weight?

Mar 30, 2017

Looking to lose some weight? You’ve probably heard that eating five small meals a day is the secret. Or maybe it’s three large ones? What does the research suggest? On this Listener Question, Theresa Dvorak, registered dietitian at University of Utah Health, clears up the confusion about meal ...

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Listener Question: Are There Any Good Fad Diets?

Mar 23, 2017

We’ve all heard the claims of fad diets. Cut carbs and lose 20 pounds. Drink nothing but smoothies and drop a dress size. Eat like a Neanderthal and get in the best shape of your life. But are any of these fad diets actually healthy, or even safe, for you to be on? Kary Woodruff, registered ...

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Eating Disorders in Middle-Aged Women

Mar 1, 2017

Eating disorders are commonly associated with teens and young adult women. But older, middle- aged women can also suffer from eating disorders. Dietitian Kary Woodruff talks about how eating disorders can develop in older adults and the various life stressors that can trigger them....

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How to Stick to a Healthy Diet

Jan 4, 2017

Improving one's diet is a common New Year's resolution. But our fast-paced, busy lives make it seemingly impossible to stick to a healthful diet, right? Not according to dietitian Kary Woodruff, who says knowing what makes a healthy meal can make eating healthfully easy. In this episode of The ...

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Introducing Certain Foods Early May Reduce Allergies in Your Child

Dec 5, 2016

One in 13 children have a food allergy. And many parents take a strict approach to their baby’s diet in an effort to prevent allergies. Yet some studies show that early exposure to certain foods may actually decrease your child's likelihood of developing allergies. So which foods should you ...

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