Registered dietitian Jeannie Versagli provides healthier alternatives to energy drinks.
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Boosting Your Heart Health with Superfoods
Despite heart disease being the cause of one-third of deaths worldwide, nobody expects to be a victim. These dietitian recommended interventions can help you prevent heart disease.
Revealed: The Difference Between Macros and Calories
Which is better to track, macronutrients or calories? Get a Registered Dietitian’s take and figure out which one is better for you.
Your Diet and Bone Health: Why it Matters at Every Age
Remember mom telling you as a kid to drink your milk so you’ll grow strong bones? There’s a bit more to it than that. Bone health matters no matter how young you are – learn how to modify your diet to improve yours.
Nutrition and IBS
If you’re a frequent sufferer of cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, or other related symptoms, you may have IBS – and your diet may be to blame.
Body Image: Promoting Positive Self-Perception
How we look, how we think we look, and the emotions tied to our self-perceptions can all be wildly different. Understanding body image and how it can positively or negatively manifest is vital to living a healthy lifestyle.
Eating and Weight Management: How to Avoid Self-Sabotage
When you sit down on the couch to watch TV, do you instinctively reach for a bag of chips or other snack? Overcome mindless eating and change poor eating behaviors with these helpful tips.
The Low-Down on Fad Diets
Before you start that new quick fix diet you’ve been hearing so much about, read this.
Holiday Eating and Traditions December 2020
As you gear up for holiday baking and cooking this month, keep these tips from Registered Dietitian, Jeannie Versagli, in mind – especially since there will be less people over to help do the eating this season!
What Your Weight Says About Your Well-Being
Slimming down to a healthy weight is good, but not as good as maintaining a stable weight over time. Read this article by Jeannie Versagli, RD, about the risks of an unhealthy or fluctuating number on the scale and what you can do to combat it.