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How Do I Test My Blood Sugar?

How Do I Test My Blood Sugar?

How Do I Test My Blood Sugar? By Kaitlin Williams, MPH, RD, LD Have you recently been diagnosed with Type II Diabetes or Pre-Diabetes? If so, you may want to consider getting a glucometer to test your blood sugar! Your doctor may have even already suggested you start testing your blood sugar. If that’s the case, then this blog is for…read more →

Part 1: 5 Things To Try If You Are Constipated

Part 1: 5 Things To Try If You Are Constipated

5 Things To Try If You Are Constipated By: Dana Magee RD,LD, CLT Constipation can make us feel pretty uncomfortable. When you are constipated, you may be consistently feeling full and bloated. Even the pressure of your clothes against your stomach can be irritating!  Bowel movements can range from 1-3 times a day that is easy to pass without strain…read more →

6 Tips to Lose the Weight You Gained on Vacation

6 Tips to Lose the Weight You Gained on Vacation

6 Tips to Lose the Weight You Gained on Vacation By Alex Raymond, RD, LD ‘Tis the season for summer vacation! Whether you are planning on taking weekend trips to the visit family or weeklong vacations to a tropical location, vacations are so fun and they are also overwhelming. I personally LOVE to travel. I am so fortunate that I…read more →

3 Ways To Maintain Your Weight During Cancer Treatment

3 Ways To Maintain Your Weight During Cancer Treatment

3 Ways To Maintain Your Weight During Cancer Treatment By: Klara Knezevic RD, LD  There is no doubt in the world that undergoing cancer treatment is difficult. Chemotherapy and radiation can have many side effects, including weight loss, nausea, vomiting, taste changes, and loss of appetite, all of which can make it difficult to maintain your weight during cancer treatment. Preventing…read more →

3 Things I Learned About Nutrition From Having My Genes Tested With Nutrigenomix

3 Things I Learned About Nutrition From Having My Genes Tested With Nutrigenomix

3 Things I Learned About Nutrition From Having My Genes Tested With Nutrigenomix By: Kathleen Tabb, Nutrition Intern  Recently, I decided to do the Nutrigenomix test, a genetic test that looks at specific genes to see how our bodies digest, utilize, and react to what we consume in our diet (vitamins/minerals, saturated fat, sodium, sugar, gluten/lactose, exercise, etc). The test…read more →

5 Diabetic Friendly Options to Order At Chick-Fil-A

5 Diabetic Friendly Options to Order At Chick-Fil-A

5 Diabetic Friendly Options to Get at Chick-Fil-A By: Klara Knezevic RD, LD Going out to eat when you have diabetes can be challenging. But it doesn’t have to be impossible. With nutrition information becoming more prevalent, it can be easy to plan out diabetic friendly options when going to eat at a restaurant, such as Chick-Fil-A. When you have…read more →

6 Tips for Cooking for One Person

6 Tips for Cooking for One Person

6 Tips for Cooking for One Person By Kaitlin Williams MPH, RD, LD I hear it all the time, “Cooking for one is too difficult.” I get it. Recipes are always made for 4-6 people. Which either leaves you crunching numbers to divide everything by 4 (what is 1/4th of an egg??) or you’re left eating that lasagna for 2…read more →

Buying in Season Guide: Strawberries

Buying in Season Guide: Strawberries

Buying in Season: Strawberries By: Kaitlin Williams MPH, RD, LD Strawberry season has arrived in Maryland, but hurry, it will soon be gone! Strawberry season in Maryland only lasts from about mid-May through June. You have to be quick, but there are plenty of benefits to feasting on local strawberries (or any local produce for that matter). Let’s first talk…read more →

6 Ways to Prepare Your Summer Body

6 Ways to Prepare Your Summer Body

6 Ways to Prepare Your Summer Body By Alex Raymond, RD, LD It’s begun. Ads, magazine articles, and social media posts related to the topic of “getting in shape” for your summer body. All these posts telling us how our bodies should look and that “healthy eating” and “exercise” isn’t enough until we get the ideal “beach body.” As far as…read more →

3 Diabetic Friendly Options to Get at Chipotle

3 Diabetic Friendly Options to Get at Chipotle

3 Diabetic Friendly Options to Get at Chipotle By: Klara Knezevic RD, LD Mexican food is one of my favorite types of cuisine! And many of my clients love it too! But if you have diabetes, we need to aware that Mexican food can be the source of many hidden carbs. That doesn’t mean that we can’t enjoy this type…read more →

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