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Healthy Eating Tips During the Holidays

By Ruchi Shah, MS, RD, CDN The holidays are coming, and with them come delicious cookies, large plates filled with food, overindulging, and the inability to say “no” to a second or third helping. The average American gains a couple of pounds during the holidays, and this weight gain leads to New Years’ resolutions to […]

How to stay on track during the Holidays

By Jessica A. Schreck, RD, CDN, CDE The holiday season brings with it lots of cheer. But the cold weather, combined with holiday party after holiday party, often leads to decreased exercise and poor eating habits. These factors cause the average American to gain weight during the winter months. Follow these tips in order to […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)

By Greg Zacarese People who have diabetes are concerned about high blood sugar. However, low blood sugar is very dangerous as well. A certain amount of glucose in the blood is needed for proper brain function, as carbohydrates are the body’s main source of fuel. A blood sugar of <70mg/dL is classified as hypoglycemia. This […]

Back on Track after the Holidays

By Kim Manfried, RD CDN After another long holiday season, as well as cold outdoor temperatures, getting back on track to eating salads and oatmeal may seem daunting and not so tasty. Quieter houses with less hustle and bustle can make you feel a bit down. For those who may have indulged a bit on […]

The Benefits of Making Small-Simple Changes

By Donna Moodie, RD CDN CDE So many of us want to be healthier, make lifestyle changes, lose weight, exercise, and change our diets. These desires intensify after a season of over-indulgence and sedentary behavior. We find ourselves making statements like: “That’s it, no more sweets ever!” or “I am going to the gym to […]

Happy New Year 2018!!!

Season’s Greetings!

Be sure to enjoy your holidays with your loved ones!!!! Happy Hanukkah! Merry Christmas!! Happy Kwanza!!!    

Yellow Dot Program

By Kathy Sinkin, RN, CDE Did you know that Suffolk County residents have access to a wonderful program called “Yellow Dot”? This program is made available through the New York State Sheriffs’ Association, in collaboration with local sheriff’s offices, and is free of charge. The Yellow Dot program enables those who are in a serious […]

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