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Reduce Risk of Breast Cancer Progression or Returning with a Healthy Diet Plan: Long Island Registered Dietitian Explains Link Between Breast Cancer and Nutrition

If you have or have had breast cancer, you probably want to know what you can eat that might lower your risk of the cancer progressing or returning.  Fortunately, breast cancer is one of the most researched types of cancer - examining the…
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A Long Island Dietitian Nutritionist explains the Benefits of Time-Restricted Eating: Chrononutrition and Weight Loss

As a NYS certified dietitian nutritionist, I work with many individuals who need to manage their weight as well as health issues such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease (cardiometabolic diseases). In my last blog I explained and discussed…
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CAN LATE NIGHT EATING LEAD TO WEIGHT GAIN? Long Island Dietitian Nutritionist Discusses Weight Loss, Health, and Eating Times.

Does meal timing matter?  Would it be beneficial if you ate according to your internal clock?  These questions can only be answered if you understand CHRONONUTRITION. Chrononutrition is an emerging field of nutrition sciences that studies…
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Medical Nutrition Therapy, PLADO – The 21st Century Approach to Chronic Kidney Disease, explained by a New York State Certified Dietitian Nutritionist

  It is fortunate for those with chronic kidney disease that nutritional factors can significantly impact the progression.  As stated in Today’s Dietitian, “at a minimum, a careful diet can help preserve patients’ remaining…
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Long Island Dietitian Tips to Lose Weight, Nutritionist Warns Against Fad Diets and Cheating

The Cheating Strategy for Dieting, Is it Effective? Ask an RDN.   Before I explain my viewpoint, I must define the word cheat from Merriam-Webster. To deprive of something valuable. Question:  What food are you…
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A Long Island Registered Dietitian Nutritionist’s Suggestions for Easy Family Meals

Most parents want to eat meals with their children.  It is an opportunity to “strengthen family bonds and for social development”, as well as a time for family laughter, teachable moments and catching up.  The benefits were discussed…
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The Benefits of Family Meals explained by a New York State Certified Dietitian Nutritionist

  When a family sits together at the table for a meal, not only do they share the time together, but they speak with each other in a relaxed setting, sharing ideas and experiences.  Based on their lifestyle and culture, each family…
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Additional strategies and nutrition recommendations to manage food cravings, explained by a Long Island Certified Dietitian Nutritionist

Last week I discussed some physiological, emotional, and psychological reasons we experience cravings. Now that you have a better idea of why you have cravings and have started implementing the strategies I recommended in my last blog, it…
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CRAVINGS discussed by a Long Island registered dietitian: what causes and how to manage your food cravings

    If you experience food cravings, be assured you are not alone.  Some surveys estimate that close to 100% of young women and 70% of young men have experienced a craving for food during the past year. So regardless of…
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Achieve Remission of Type 2 Diabetes exclusively with Diet: Implement a personalized diet plan developed for you by a Long Island registered dietitian nutritionist

According to the CDC, over 37 million people have diabetes, 90 – 95% of whom suffer from type 2 diabetes. And approximately 96 million American adults have prediabetes. The primary medical response to this has almost always been to medicate. There…
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Long Island Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Discusses the Health Benefits of Coffee: Has coffee gotten a bad rap?

Most people I speak with believe that drinking coffee is harmful. As a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified coffee lover, I’m happy to dispel this myth. Recent studies suggest, quite to the contrary, that coffee may have health…
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Long Island Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Reports Findings to Increase Longevity and Health: When you eat better you can reduce the risk of chronic illness, maintain a healthy weight and live longer.

  Over the last thirty years, as an RDN, I have worked with thousands of patients to help them reduce their risk of chronic disease (such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseases), reduce inflammation, improve their gut health,…