February 18, 2020
  • 4:53 pm What I Eat In A Day | Full Day of Eating Healthy Meals
  • 4:53 pm Sunny shares a quick, healthy meal using devices you can often bring into a residence hall.
  • 4:53 pm FAMILY MEAL with SEAFOOD
  • 4:52 pm 真っ先に食べ尽くされる絶品黒雲白肉はどうかな👀?(低糖質 Lowcarb) Excellent black shabu-shabu!
  • 4:52 pm Easy Beef Stroganoff Recipe
How to stick to your healthy eating goals

Your fridge is full of vegetables and you have the best of intentions. Welcome to January! April Thorimbert is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator and says we need to refocus our thinking. January, fine, set some small goals. But what about the rest of the year, carrying those through? She advises building your […]

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Nutrition Research and Prostate Cancer: ELLICSR Kitchen Asks

In terms of the latest science that’s out there on the link between prostate cancer and nutrition, are there any exciting studies going on right now that you’re looking forward to hearing the results of? There’s a study taking men with pre cancer lesions of the prostate and we looked at, in a randomized trial, […]

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Cancer cookbook: healthy recipes and nutrition tips

As a cancer survivor, Jean LaMantia knows firsthand the effect cancer treatment can have on appetite. In just one week, she lost ten pounds. I couldn’t even look at food, I couldn’t watch the television in case there was a commercial about food. As a registered dietitian, the issue really hit home. Jean’s experiences, and […]

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Nutrition Facts – Onions

Not only do onions add flavor to a variety of recipes. They’re also rich in nutrients such as vitamin C and fiber. Onions also contain plant chemicals such as crocetin and sulfuric compounds which may help to reduce blood pressure, and also may help to reduce risk of some cancers. In cell and animal studies […]

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As a cancer survivor, Jean LaMantia knows firsthand the effect cancer treatment can have on appetite. In just one week, she lost ten pounds. I couldn’t even look at food, I couldn’t watch the television in case there was a commercial about food. As a registered dietitian, the issue really hit home. Jean’s experiences, and […]

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Blood in your poop: what it looks like & what it could mean

Poop: a window to your health and a valuable warning system of a problem inside your body. Keeping an eye on your poop is an important step in being aware of colorectal cancer and identifying early signs of the disease. Hi! I’m Dr. Shady Ashamalla, a surgeon who specializes in colorectal cancer. Because it involves […]

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Poop: a window to your health and a valuable warning system of a problem inside your body. Keeping an eye on your poop is an important step in being aware of colorectal cancer and identifying early signs of the disease. Hi! I’m Dr. Shady Ashamalla, a surgeon who specializes in colorectal cancer. Because it involves […]

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Not only do onions add flavor to a variety of recipes. They’re also rich in nutrients such as vitamin C and fiber. Onions also contain plant chemicals such as crocetin and sulfuric compounds which may help to reduce blood pressure, and also may help to reduce risk of some cancers. In cell and animal studies […]

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Nutrition Facts – Pumpkins

Pumpkins aren’t just for decorating. Their bright orange colour is a sign that they’re rich in plant nutrients. One cup of cubed pumpkin provides twice the amount of beta carotene that you need in a day. Beta carotene speeds up healing and helps fight off damage to healthy cells from aging and the environment. The […]

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Avocado Pear Smoothie

You know when you’re feeling fatigued one of the ways to manage that obviously gettingenough calories and protein is important but staying hydrated is also quite really importantso women hydrated is meaning mate hug is enough water in your body and feeling dehydratedcould cause things like more fatigue feeling nauseous it’s really important especiallyfor managing […]

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