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A dietitian’s guide to healthy summer snacking

Snacking can help you keep your energy up and your blood sugars stable in between meals. Try to choose snacks around 150 to 200 calories, with greater than 3 grams of fiber, at least 5 grams of protein, and natural ingredients, when possible.

Feeling your oats: What’s best and healthy

Due to the healthy sources of complex carbohydrates, protein, and a good amount of fiber, oats can keep you full and satisfied, but there are health factors to consider.

Five ways to spring clean your routine: A dietitian’s guide

With nicer weather, it’s time to shake off the cobwebs and get ready to amp up your healthy habits.

The ketogenic diet is about more than weight loss. How one mother uses it to control her son’s seizures.

The diet is appealing to people who wish to lose weight, but this was not its original intent when it was developed in the 1920s to treat epilepsy and other neurological conditions.

Kidney stones are preventable. Here's what you can do.

According to the World Journal of Urology, calcium-oxalate stones are the most common form of kidney stone, making up nearly 80 percent of all cases in the U.S.

Is fruit interfering with your weight loss goals? A dietitian weighs in

You can eat too much of a good thing, even when it comes to something as health-promoting as fruit. Here's how to keep a healthy habit from turning harmful.

Philly dietitian shares best defenses against flu season

While no diet remedy or nutritional supplement has been scientifically-proven to effectively prevent the flu, here are five nutritional tips that may help boost your immune system.

Navigating the dietary minefield of holiday party season

Yes, you made it through Thanksgiving but you still have three more weeks filled with cookies and desserts at office parties, holiday happy hours and family gatherings.

Philly dietitian shares 5 protein bars that are actually healthy

not all nutrition bars are healthy. Some bars might as well be candy with the amount of added sugar they contain.

How to lose weight without giving up alcohol

Alcohol and weight loss don't usually mix as seamlessly as vodka and club soda but that doesn't mean socializing and losing weight have to be worlds apart.