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Game-Time Grub: Veggie Takes on Traditional Treats

Game-Time Grub: Veggie Takes on Traditional Treats

Gearing up for the big game? As you plan your Super Bowl snacks, consider adding some veggie versions that combine traditional flavors with the benefits of plant-based nutrition. Dr. Erin Campbell of the Highland Weight Management & Lifestyle Center shares some tasty alternatives.

Fa La La La Food: How Healthy are the Foods We Sing About?

Fa La La La Food: How Healthy are the Foods We Sing About?

Whether you’re more like the Grinch or Buddy the Elf, you’ll probably catch some holiday music this time of year. And many of those songs mention food. UR Medicine Registered Dietitian Sue Czap chimes in on the health benefits of these musically minded munchies.

Tasty Tips for a Healthier Heart

Tasty Tips for a Healthier Heart

If you enjoy a nibble on dark chocolate to satisfy a craving, you’re also helping your heart with every bite. The tasty treat is known to improve blood flow and reduce blood pressure. URMC Nutritionist Sarah Merritt suggests incorporating it, and other heart-smart foods, into your diet.

Every-Other-Day Diet: Does it Work?

Every-Other-Day Diet: Does it Work?

Can changing when you eat, rather than what you eat, make it easier to lose weight? UR Medicine nutrition expert Dr. Thomas Campbell weighs in on intermittent fasting and what works over the long term.

Myth Buster: Understanding Eating Disorders

Myth Buster: Understanding Eating Disorders

Although about half of Americans know someone who has struggled with an eating disorder, widespread misconceptions about them still exist. Eating disorder specialist Mary Tantillo debunks some of the most common myths.