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3 Food Fixes for Lower Cholesterol

3 Food Fixes for Lower Cholesterol

Food choices are an important part of a healthy diet and may have a direct influence on certain health measures, such as your cholesterol level. UR Medicine Registered Dietitian April Miller shares three dietary choices you can make to lower your cholesterol.

 

Eat to Compete: Nutrition Tips for Student Athletes

Eat to Compete: Nutrition Tips for Student Athletes

Student athletes need proper fuel for juggling school responsibilities and demanding sports schedules. To complement regular workouts, practices and game schedules, UR Medicine sports dietitian Gina Giannetti offers advice to help athletes keep their nutrition and hydration game plan in winning form. 

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.

Grains of Salt: Tracking Sodium in Your Food

Grains of Salt: Tracking Sodium in Your Food

Reading food labels to keep track of your daily sodium intake can help boost your heart health. UR Medicine heart-health caregivers explain what to look for if you're trying to cut back on the salt in your diet. 

Game-Time Snacks: Veggie Takes on Traditional Treats

Game-Time Snacks: 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 UR Program for Nutrition in Medicine shares some tasty alternatives worth a try.