Back for an Alumna Award at SUNY Oneonta!

Ever since I could remember, I was interested in nutrition, health and fitness. When it came time to select a college, (a long time ago :) ), I decided to attend SUNY Oneonta, a New York State school which offered…

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5 Ways to Fit Exercise Into Your Schedule if You Have Diabetes!

You’ve probably heard it a million times… “exercise is good for you”. In fact, your doctor or diabetes educator might have told you about the perks of regular physical activity: Exercise can help you lose weight, reduce your stress and…

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5 Ways to Eat “Greens” on Patrick’s Day!

Do you feel the “pride of the Irish” on Saint Patrick’s Day? Many of us enjoy a traditional Irish meal of corned beef, cabbage, potatoes and Irish Soda bread on March 17th. You might even wear a green outfit to…

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5 Best Reasons to Shop with a List

Want to lose weight, control your blood glucose level and save money? Use a list. It can be an app on your phone, a pre-printed “check-off” sheet or post-its. Read the nutrition and diabetes information on cdiabetes.com before you complete…

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“The Biggest Loser” Needs Help!

As a nutrition professional with a Masters degree in applied physiology, I found the concept of the NBC show “The Biggest Loser” initially intriguing, and watched most of the episodes of season one.  The winner (the contestant with the highest…

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