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Improve Heart Health with a Diet Plan from a Long Island RDN: Ingredients of a Heart Healthy Diet

Hearts are an amazing muscle – beating about 100,000 times every day to keep us alive.  What you eat – or don’t eat, increases or decreases the risk of heart attack, stroke, and heart failure, as well as type 2 diabetes, hypertension,…
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Eating Patterns Recommendations for Healthy Aging from New York Dietitian Nutritionist: Dietary Recommendations for Seniors

In my last blog, I explained how important nutrition is for both prolonged life expectancy and decreased chronic, degenerative disease. Now you need to understand how and what to eat. Research has found that healthy dietary “patterns”,…
Fiber types and benefits
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Soluble Fiber – why it is so important, explained by a Long Island Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

  Fiber is a nutrient found in carbohydrates. Unlike other food components, such as fats, proteins, or carbohydrates, which your body breaks down and absorbs, fiber is that part of the plant that we cannot digest. Instead, it passes…
Beautiful Thanksgiving Table of Empty Place Setting with Decor Intermittent Fasting
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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…
Intermittent fasting diet concept with 8-hour clock timer for eating nutritional or keto low carb, high protien food meal healthy dish and 16-hour skipping meal for weight loss
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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…
Senior Couple Eating Meal Together In Kitchen
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Tips to Avoid Heart Disease from Long Island Certified Nutritionist: Reduce Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke with Diet Plan

WHAT SHOULD YOU EAT TO AVOID HEART DISEASE? According to the CDC, “Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women, and people of most racial and ethnic groups in the United States.” Oftentimes, people don’t even realize…

Cardiovascular Disease – What YOU Can Do

  Cardiovascular disease encompasses a broad spectrum including stroke, coronary artery disease, heart failure, and cardiac arrest.  The majority of cardiovascular-related disease is not restricted to the heart, but rather is of the…

Heart Disease is the #1 Killer of Women

  Heart disease is a woman’s disease:  1 in 4 will die in the U.S. from heart disease this year that is half a million deaths each year – yet the perception that heart disease is primarily a man’s disease persist. The reality…
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Calcium Cleared

  “Calcium supplements could increase risk of heart disease, new study finds” said a Washington Post headline in October. “Calcium supplements could give you a heart attack,” wrote the New York Daily News. Researchers at Johns…