IBS is a stressful and oftentimes debilitating condition. Patients are put through exhaustive testing to understand the onset of their symptoms. IBS is the diagnosis given when symptoms fit the Rome IV criteria, although commonly no other intestinal damage is apparent. ibs–smart™ test was developed by researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The test was designed […]
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Amerian culture does not value sleep. Sleep is an important part of a healthful lifestyle. While you are sleeping, your immune system works to repair damage and clean up cellular messes in the organs. The nervous system mends while memories are being formed during dream time. Research has shown that inadequate sleep puts you at […]
There are so many fun-filled activities that go along with Halloween. This year we want to help parents incorporate enjoyable experiences for the kids and the entire family. Here are 5 Tips for a Healthful and Happy Halloween. 1. Emphasize the non-food related aspects of the holiday Emphasize activities over the consumption of sugar-filled treats […]
Enjoy this easy vegetarian chili that’s savory and satisfying.
Who doesn’t think of apples when they think about Fall? Did you know the only apple indigenous to the US is the crab apple? Sweet, tart, crisp, and juicy, what more is there to love about this fruit? October is National Apple Month. Enjoying in-season produce can be beneficial to a budget and to taste. […]
RDs are trained in not only helping you discover strategies to eat right but also are able to unpack the challenges in making positive behavior change. They realize it’s not always about the food.
Most adults have had experiences with emotional eating. There are many other ways to cope or respond in an emotional moment.
The role of a dietitian includes exploring a patient’s lifestyle as it relates to their relationship with food. What you eat can strongly be influenced by emotions (anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness, and surprise). It’s no surprise that food and emotion are interconnected.
If an individual with diabetes is considering IF there may be some things to consider.
There is much to be learned about your relationship with food when you track or monitor your food intake. The dietitians at BN will support your monitoring efforts. Together, you will brainstorm various pathways to changing your thinking, behaviors and reaching your health goals.
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