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  • Plant-Based Proteins
    Plant-Based Proteins This week for my Health in a Hand Basket Segment on Good Day Rochester on 13 WHAM News I talked about our Topic of the Week – Plant Based Proteins! We also celebrating National Nutrition Month as well as Registered Dietitian Day on March 9th, 2016 ♥ Watch the video below to learn about how you can meet your protein requirements... Read More » The post Plant-Based Proteins appeared first on Emily Kyle Nutrition. ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, March 10, 2016
  • Celebrate National Nutrition Month!
    Savor the Flavor of Eating Right!At a recent health related meeting, someone was lecturing the audience of health professionals about the virtues of choosing fruit over brownies for dessert. Then, in order to shame those who might do so, the person asked for a show of hands on who would choose the brownie. I raised my hand (me, the dietitian)…I was the only one in the audience who raised my hand. The point to this ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, March 10, 2016
  • What Kind of Type 2 Diabetes Do You Have?
    Diabetes called “Type 2” may actually be four different types, according to functional medicine. Functional medicine practitioner Brian Mowll described the four types in a recent webinar. Although his doctorate is in chiropractic, not medicine, Dr. Mowll is certified by The Institute for Functional Medicine, an international medical group you can learn more about at this website, and he is also a certified diabetes educator. Here’s what he had to say: Type O is the ... Read More
    Published on Wednesday, March 9, 2016
  • 6 Things to Know When Starting or Considering a Low FODMAP Diet
    6 Things to Know When Starting or Considering a Low FODMAP Diet by: Dana Magee, RD, LD, CLT   If you are having severe symptoms of bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea and pain testing out a Low FODMAPs diet may be the right move for you. Below are the steps in following a Low FODMAPs diet and some things to consider. 1. 70% of those suffering with IBS find relief with the Low FODMAP diet. ... Read More
    Published on Wednesday, March 9, 2016
  • What is PCOS and what can you do?
    What is PCOS and what can you do? by: Caitlin Weis, Nutrition Intern   What is PCOS? Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome affects 5 – 12% of women in the United States. It is a disorder where a woman’s hormones are out of balance. It is characterized by increased levels of androgens and insulin resistance. PCOS can cause unwanted weight gain, hair growth, balding, and acne, it can also disrupt a woman’s menstrual cycle and cause infertility. ... Read More
    Published on Wednesday, March 9, 2016
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