Eating the right foods can prevent dementia and keep your mind sharp as you age, a new study suggests.
A dietitian’s goal is to help you feel your best. Some dietitians work with particular ages and stages, such as in pediatrics, pregnancy, or with older adults, to promote wellness and help prevent illness.
Intuitive eating, a non-diet approach to nutrition, may help you learn to interact positively with food while maintaining a healthy weight, without stress or food guilt.
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There are a host of emotional benefits to eating dinner together as a family, and they include increased resilience, higher self-esteem and better academic performances for children.
As a registered dietitian, Angela Lemond sees a lot of overweight people whose first words to her are “I want to be skinny.”
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