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A registered dietitan nutritionist can teach kidney disease patients how to eat the proper nutrients to help prevent progression of the disease. RDN registered dietitian nutritionist kidney disease…
Eating well can boost your health and help you feel your best. Want to eat better? Instead of trying to change everything at once, take a 100 Meal Journey. We eat about 100 meals in a month, so focus on making a small, lasting change and stick with it… one meal at a time.
The World Health Organization defines surveillance as a "systematic ongoing collection, collation and analysis of data and the timely dissemination of information to those who need to know so that action can be taken."
Body mass index (BMI) is one of many factors that you and your health care provider can use to assess your health. It is a quick screening tool for assessing health risk based on your height and weight.
Adults need about 2-3 litres or 9-12 cups of fluid every day for healthy living. If you are active, you need extra fluid to replace the fluid lost through sweating.
Why Do I Need to Drink During Exercise? The goal of drinking during exercise is to prevent dehydration.
Holidays and special celebrations are a wonderful time to bring people together and food is often a focal point. There are many ways to enjoy get-togethers and not totally lose track of your healthy living goals. Focus on the occasion and being with friends and family, not only on the food.
Carbohydrates are the body’s main source of fuel during exercise. A diet high in carbohydrate-rich foods such as whole grain products, vegetables, fruits and legumes, can help you exercise longer and faster.
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After entering your ZIP code, you will be connected to your local BCBS company’s website for coverage options.
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