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  • El peligro de comer en exceso durante el Super Bowl

    El peligro de comer en exceso durante el Super Bowl

    February 02, 2018

    Pasante dietética, Diana Guevara habló con Telemundo Houston sobre cómo no comer en exceso en grandes eventos como el Super Bowl.

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  • Are your snacks sabotaging your diet?

    Are your snacks sabotaging your diet?

    January 04, 2018

    In a KPRC-TV Channel 2 story, Shreela Sharma, Ph.D., R.D., discussed popular unhealthy snacks that could be hampering your weight loss efforts.

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  • Please Pass the Cranberries

    Please Pass the Cranberries

    November 01, 2017

    Dietetic Intern, Rachael Vega was featured in TMC Pulse Magazine on the health benefits of cranberries. Cranberries can strengthen the immune system, increase bladder health, fight bad cholesterol and maybe even help prevent stomach cancer and other illnesses.

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  • Parents: What Should You Know About E-Cigarettes?

    Parents: What Should You Know About E-Cigarettes?

    Can we all agree that being a teenager these days is not any easy task? With the help of 21st century technology, kids now have every demand at their fingertips. Unfortunately, technology has begun to dictate how teenagers smoke. That’s right, smoking is still rampant among many teenagers across America, except most products are now delivered by an electronic system also known as e-cigarettes.

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  • Make a Healthy Choice: Nutrition Labels

    Make a Healthy Choice: Nutrition Labels

    In the past, if you walked into a grocery store looking for peanut butter, you’d grab the one brand of peanut butter they had and check out. Now when you walk into a grocery store there are at least five different types of peanut butter, not to mention all of the alternative nut butters.

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  • Make Your New Year’s Resolution Stick

    Make Your New Year’s Resolution Stick

    New Year’s Eve comes with all the hope and promise of a new year. It’s a time to reflect on the past and optimistically make plans for the future. While most Americans make resolutions every year, 80% of resolutions will be forgotten or left behind by February.

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