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  • Keep Moving to Live Longer

    Keep Moving to Live Longer

    A new study is shedding some light on how our activity levels affect how long we live. Using data from over 3,000 people between the ages of 50-79, researchers examined participants’ activity levels using accelerometers for 7 days, then monitored them over the next 8 years. The results were surprising. Participants with the lowest level

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  • Have Your (Pizza) Pie and Eat It Too

    Have Your (Pizza) Pie and Eat It Too

    It’s pretty much a known fact that pizza is a favorite food around the world. Whether it’s take out, frozen, or in bite-sized rolls, you can always count on pizza to be everywhere. But this isn’t always a good thing, especially when you’re trying to lose weight and stay healthy. The temptation is real and

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  • The New Trend: Smoothie Bowls for Breakfast

    The New Trend: Smoothie Bowls for Breakfast

    Smoothie bowls have taken social media by storm.  They are aesthetically pleasing to the eye (at least that’s how Pinterest makes it look).  Smoothie bowls vary in ingredients, and can be chock full of healthy nutrients and vitamins.  But why on earth would you put a smoothie in a bowl, when you can put it

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  • Vitamin D in Your Diet

    Vitamin D in Your Diet

    Vitamin D is one of the most talked about vitamins in the media. Research suggests that its contribution to a healthy immune system. One study suggests that people with low Vitamin D levels are 62% more likely to suffer from recurrent strep throat. Some foods that supplement healthy doses of Vitamin D in your diet

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  • Mini Cajun Shrimp Frittata Recipe

    Mini Cajun Shrimp Frittata Recipe

    In the name of joy-filled holiday weekends and Cajun inspiration board certified bariatric surgeon, Dr. Kahlil Shillingford, shares his recipe for protein packed frittatas. Both shrimp and egg provide a lean protein punch while spices bring in delicious flavor to make your taste buds dance. By inspiring post Sleeve Gastrectomy (Gastric Sleeve) patients to try

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  • A Steak Dinner Dad Will Love

    A Steak Dinner Dad Will Love

    Father’s Day is Sunday, June 19th, so get ready to celebrate with the dad in your life! One dinner idea is a delicious and healthy steak dinner. What dad doesn’t enjoy a grilled steak dinner? You don’t have to mention the “healthy” part, the “delicious” part will more than do its part to make dad

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  • Copper May Help Weight Loss

    Copper May Help Weight Loss

    Copper has long been known to have several functions in the body, including assisting with red blood cell formation, absorbing iron, developing connective tissue, and supporting the immune system. But new research shows copper also plays a role in fat metabolism. Researcher and faculty scientist, Chris Chang of UC Berkeley, said “We find that copper

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  • Ideas for a Slimmed Down Thanksgiving

    Ideas for a Slimmed Down Thanksgiving

    It has been estimated that the average American consumes roughly 3,000 calories on Thanksgiving day. That would take the equivalent of walking 27 miles to burn off. So, unless you have time for a marathon, a better choice is to take control your food and calorie intake this Thanksgiving. Easier said than done. Thanksgiving is

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