Winning at Losing: How Much Weight Loss Does it Take to Be Healthier?
Dramatic weight-loss stories can be inspiring to some, yet daunting to others who find their ideal-weight goal elusive. But a new study shows you can win even if you aren’t "The Biggest Loser." UR Medicine Primary Care’s Dr. Natercia Rodrigues explains how a relatively small weight loss can yield big results.
If you need another reason to put produce on your plate, a new study shows that eating more fruit may reduce your risk of major heart disease. UR Medicine nutrition expert Dr. Thomas Campbell discusses the study and what it means for our health.
4/11/2016 | 2 comments
Holidays have always included the presence of food, and since celebrating with family and friends is an important part of our lives, they may not be the best times to be overly focused on what you’re eating. UR Medicine pediatrician Dr. Stephen Cook says if you follow healthy habits for the rest of the year, it’s OK to indulge a little bit during holidays.
If you love traditions but want to avoid the nutrition pitfalls of typical St. Patrick’s Day fare, Dr. Erin Campbell of the UR Program for Nutrition in Medicine offers some tasty, plant-based options to try.
Whether or not you realize it, there’s a good chance you know someone who has an eating disorder. People who develop them often experience anxiety, low self-esteem and a level of perfectionism that makes them very hard on themselves. UR Medicine eating disorder expert Mary Tantillo explains some warning signs and what to do if you spot them in someone you love.
New dietary guidelines recently released by the Food and Drug Administration urge us to eat more vegetables, fruits and whole grains, and less sodium, sugar and saturated fat. Registered dietitian Joanna Lipp, of UR Medicine’s Wilmot Cancer Institute, shares her thoughts on these recommendations.
1/18/2016 | 4 comments