Latest Diet & Nutrition Shows

The Next Step After Your Child Decides to Be a Vegetarian

Sep 12, 2016

Kids love animals, but after making the connection between cows and burgers, some decide that they no longer want to eat meat. It is not uncommon for kids to decide to become vegetarian, but what are you supposed to do to keep your growing child healthy and strong? Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner ...

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The Mediterranean Diet is the Best Diet for a Healthy Heart

Feb 4, 2016

Diet enthusiasts talk and blog about it all the time—the Mediterranean diet. It can be difficult to follow, but it’s one of the better-known diets for a healthy heart. Medical director of Preventive Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation Dr. Lillian Khor talks with Dr. Kirtly Jones about why the ...

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Eating for Fat Loss

Jan 5, 2016

If your goal is to lose fat and retain lean muscle mass, you have to eat properly. But what does that mean? There are many myths and misconceptions when it comes to getting your body to let go of that extra fat. Theresa Dvorak is a registered dietitian and a faculty member in the Division of ...

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Pep Talk to Help Enjoy the Holidays and Not Gain Weight

Dec 16, 2015

You’ve made healthy eating decisions and have seen the benefits during the past year. Now it’s the holidays. You want to enjoy them, but you’re also afraid of undoing the progress you’ve made. Theresa Dvorak, a registered dietitian, has a six-minute pep talk you’ll want to listen to before...

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Recognizing and Managing Cow's Milk Allergy in Kids

Dec 7, 2015

Cows’ milk is one of the eight foods responsible for most food allergies in children. It’s also a common ingredient in many foods. Dr. Cindy Gellner gives tips on how to help your child manage the allergy. She also talks about the effects of a milk allergy and how to treat a reaction if it ...

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Defining Obesity

Nov 10, 2015

Smoking might be one of the biggest risks to your health, but bariatric surgeon Dr. Eric Volckmann says obesity isn’t far behind. One in three people in the United States qualifies as being obese, but what exactly does that mean from a medical perspective? Dr. Volckmann talks with Dr. Tom Miller ...

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Exercise Can Do Wonders for Your Diabetic Body

Oct 21, 2015

Research shows that regular exercise is probably the most helpful thing you can do to absorb insulin and control your diabetes. It can also help prevent your pre-diabetes from worsening. Dr. Tim Graham is an endocrinologist and medical director of the Diabetes and Metabolism clinic at the University...

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