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The Food Plan to Prevent and Manage Diabetes, explained by a registered dietitian nutritionist

The prevalence of type 2 diabetes is rising worldwide, especially in older adults. Diet and lifestyle are effective tools for type 2 diabetes prevention and management. Though a plant-based food plan may be new to the public, it is not new…
Diabetes Tips
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New York State Certified Dietitian Nutritionist Explains How to attain diabetes remission with nutrition

In my last blog I explained diabetes remission. To Achieve this goal, you need to understand What To Eat.   Here are some tips from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics:  The evidence is clear that a whole food, plant forward,…
Reversing Diabetes
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IS TYPE 2 DIABETES REVERSIBLE?  Answered by a New York State registered dietitian nutritionist

Not only can you prevent or delay prediabetes from progressing to type 2 diabetes, but Type 2 diabetes is reversible. As a RDN working with patients for over 30 years, I can provide you with dietary and behavioral strategies to sustain the…
Intermittent Fasting
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CAN INTERMITTANT FASTING REVERSE TYPE 2 DIABETES?  Long Island Certified Clinical Nutritionist Discusses Advantages of Time-Restricted Eating

In two of my recent blogs, I explained Chrononutrition and Circadian Rhythm (biological clock). The discussion was the related to the effectiveness at as strategy for weight loss. As important, if not more important, is the potential…
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…
Diabetes Prevention
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Prevent Diabetes with Nutrition Interventions from Long Island Registered Dietitian & NYS Certified Nutritionist: The Risk of Developing Diabetes has Increased in Younger & Younger Individuals

It is estimated that 10% of all U.S. adults have diabetes, while 34.5% have prediabetes.  Being overweight or obese is the strongest risk factor for developing prediabetes and then full-blown diabetes.  According to the CDC, additional…
diabetic diet
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Guidelines and Nutrition Therapy for Diabetes Mellitus from a Long Island RDN: WHAT’S NEW AND WHAT YOU CAN DO

A diagnosis of prediabetes or diabetes can be alarming – at any age. That said, nutrition therapy from a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist can help you manage, prevent, and even, in some cases, reverse the disease’s progress. Type…