2012 Summer of Healthy Eating

Summer is the perfect time to commit to healthier eating. Fresh produce is abundant, cheap and easy to prepare.  There’s more daylight and therefore more opportunities to be active outside. The days of hiding under layers of clothes are long gone – unless of course you’re a fan of heat stroke. Seriously… Atlanta heat is no joke.
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10 Ways to Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

Fresh Red Tomatoes

Known as the silent killer, hypertension (or high blood pressure), affects 1 in 3 adults in the United States.  It’s a major contributor to heart disease, stroke and kidney failure. It affects every single part of the body… yes guys, EVERY part of the body. Here are some strategies to help you get your blood
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Women’s Health Week: 7 Simple Tips for Heart Health

Red Heart of Seeds

While breast cancer gets a lot of attention in the media and is certainly a concern, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States and a leading cause of disability among women. Heart disease risk varies with age.  If you are in your 20s and 30s, consider this your
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Moorish Flavors of the Mediterranean

Spinach with Chickpeas on marisamoore.com

This entry originally created for Oldway’s National Mediterranean Diet Month Dietitian A Day promotion. I love the flavors and simplicity of the food of the Mediterranean. The well documented heart-health benefits make it that much more lovable. And the benefits continue to mount.  Recent research links a Mediterranean way of eating with not only a
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Got Nutrition Questions?

In celebration of National Nutrition Month, take this opportunity to get your food and nutrition questions answered by a Registered Dietitian for free! Tuesday, March 20, 6-9p Call Toll Free: 1-855-Diet411 (855-343-8411) Chat Live Online: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/diet-411 More information: http://www.eatrightgeorgia.org

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