Registered dietitian Jessica Planer, RD, specializes in the care of surgical bariatric patients at Upstate’s Bariatric Surgery Program. She shares strategies to help deal with holiday social situations and meal planning after bariatric surgery. For more information, call (315) 492-5036.
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Upstate University Hospital registered dietitian Terry Podolak, RD, our ‘Healthy Eats’ expert, tells us the bottom line on salt — how much do we need, can we have much or too little, and what can we do about it? What’s In The Foods You Eat Search Tool, from the United States Department of Agriculture’s Research Service.
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Upstate clinical social worker Kathleen Deters-Hayes gives an overview of eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder – or compulsive overheating. She describes the various symptoms and treatments, and recommends talking to your primary care provider to discuss the best course of treatment for you.
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Upstate registered dietitian Diana Stuber, RD, CDE, talks about celiac disease and gluten sensitivity – the symptoms, causes and treatments – and how one can be tested for this. Gluten is the protein found in wheat, spelt, kamut, rye, and barley. 99% of the people who have either gluten intolerance or celiac disease have not been diagnosed. Is Gluten Making You Sad? Take This Quiz, Upstate’s Joslin Diabetes Center
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The Upstate Women’s Health Network (WHN) is an exciting new program designed to provide women with the easiest access to care – whatever their needs or stage of life – utilizing the expertise of Upstate’s health care team. Lynn Shepard Scott, WHN director, is joined by program coordinator Cathy Patrick to explain how women will be guided by a dedicated nurse liaison, and have access to the most advanced women’s care available, plus preferred access to health screenings, educational and lifestyle enhancement programs and more.
Take control of your health! Sign up and receive alerts to exclusive events, access to support groups and seminars, small group Q&A sessions with doctors and the first opportunity to attend free, special events throughout the year. To join the Women’s Health Network, contact our Nurse Liaison at 315-464-2756.
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Upstate University Hospital dietitian Terry Podolak, RD, our ‘Healthy Eats’ expert, tells us to focus on the quality of the foods we eat by choosing fresh fruits, vegetables and ‘whole foods’ – foods that have not been processed, which are higher in fiber and nutrition.
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Yogurt is a great snack to grab on the run, but it’s much more than that. Upstate University Hospital dietitian Terry Podolak, RD, shares the many health benefits of yogurt, which is a rich source of calcium and protein, high in vitamins and minerals, and some contain probiotics to help regulate digestion. As always, she advises checking with your healthcare care provider before making any major dietary changes. Read more: aboutyogurt.comusprobiotics.org
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Upstate University Hospital dietitian Terry Podolak, RD, our ‘Healthy Eats’ expert, tells us about the importance of fiber in our diet – to aid digestion, fight chronic diseases and lower bad cholesterol. She shares foods that are naturally high in fiber, including fresh fruits, vegetables, legumes and whole grains, and the recommended amounts for a healthy diet.
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Beth Hillson, gluten-free chef and founder of the Gluten-Free Pantry, talks about living well with Diabetes and Celiac Disease. Hillson, diagnosed with celiac disease in 1976, is president of the American Celiac Disease Alliance and a food editor of Living Without magazine. Read Beth’s blog at GlutenFreeMakeovers.com. Original air date 11/27/11
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Upstate University Hospital dietitian Terry Podolak, RD, our ‘Healthy Eats’ expert, talks about red meat–the nutritional value, healthiest ways to prepare it, and where to find other protein sources if you choose not to eat it.
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Upstate University Hospital dietitian Terry Podolak, RD, our ‘Healthy Eats’ expert, tells us everything we always wanted to know about a favorite summer treat–ice cream, including why we crave it and the best choices to satisfy those cravings.
‘Simple Vanilla Ice Cream’
1 cup whole milk 3/4 cup granulated sugar pinch of salt 2 cups heavy cream 1 tablespoon of pure vanilla extract
In med bowl combine milk, sugar, and salt until dissolved. Stir in heavy cream and vanilla. Cover and refrigerate 1-2 hours, or overnight.
Turn on ice cream maker, pour mixture into frozen freezer bowl and let mix until thickened (about 15-20 min). Ice cream will have soft creamy texture if you like a firmer consistency, transfer ice cream into air tight container and place in freezer.
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