5 Ways to Visit Mom and Stay Healthy!

As a full time New Yorker, I look forward to ditching the cold and visiting the sunshine state every February. The warm weather and heated pool are a welcome change to the snow and ice in the Northeast. But the…

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Changing Lives: Honored to Be a Diabetes Educator

Do you want to change your life for the better in 2015? I’m not a fan of “New Year’s Resolutions,” which usually last less than a week. Have you ever vowed to exercise more and joined a gym only to…

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Inspired to Lose Weight with Autism: Thanks Justin!

In the nearly 3 decades I’ve been in private practice, I’ve worked with some truly inspirational and exceptional individuals and their families. My nutrition practice includes people of all ages, who have a variety of medical and nutritional issues. I…

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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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“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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