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Peggy Korody North San Diego Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

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Popular Diet Myths Debunked!

I hear a lot of crazy “healthy” beliefs from people once they know I’m a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist and after viewing this WebMD slide show I can say I have heard all of these plus more.  So I’m sharing the WebMD slideshow to hopefully bust the myths! Do you believe any of these?

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National Nutrition Month – Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle

March is National Nutrition Month, and this year’s theme is “Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle”.  So for this week’s blog I thought I would share a few “healthy” things you can do to obtain that healthy lifestyle. Start your day right – eat a healthy breakfast, include some lean protein, whole grains, and fruits and […]

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March is National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month, a month when Registered Dietitian/Nutritionists spread the word about healthly eating and lifestyle. So this month I will be writing a weekly blog on nutrition or sharing a good article I feel is a good read.  There is a LOT of nutrition information out on the internet, and sadly not […]

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Heart Healthy Eating

All month I have been blogging about heart health in honor of the Go Red for Women campaign bringing awareness about heart disease and stroke. So for my last post of the month I will focus on “eating”.  I’m a “food first” type of person, I know that if you eat properly you can obtain […]

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Entertaining YouTube video on how Big Pharma works.

This video is funny, but informative.  How many prescription drugs do you take? John Oliver on Big Pharma

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7 Keys to Ideal Heart Health

Last blog I described the difference between a heart attack and a stroke and promised to share some risk factors you CAN change to decrease your risk of heart disease. Below is a chart of the 7 areas you should focus on. Smoking – if you smoke – simply STOP American Cancer Society – 800-ACS-2345 […]

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Go Red for Women – Heart Attack vs. Stroke

February is all about the heart and the Go Red for Women campaign is about bringing awareness about heart disease and stroke.  Do you know the difference between a heart attack and stroke? Let’s take a look. Heart Attack Stroke Blocked blood flow to the heart Blocked blood flow to the brain Symptoms and warning […]

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Super Bowl Sunday Foods – Healthy Ideas

 Did you start the New Year with the goal of eating healthy?  What are you going to do about Super Bowl Sunday?  Afraid of being tempted by all the food typically served during the game, with lots of fat and calories? Let me share a few tips so you can still enjoy the big game […]

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Greek or Regular Yogurt – Which is healthier?

If you are choosing plain, nonfat, or low-fat forms of yogurt, both Greek and regular yogurt are healthy choices. But they offer different benefits, so let’s take a quick look at the differences, and then you can make your choice.   Nutrient* Greek (nonfat) Regular (nonfat) Calories 80 80 Protein 15 gm 8 gm Sugar […]

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Happy New Year! Here’s a healthy eating tip to start your year off right!

To start your year off right make sure you are eating your fruits and vegetables on a daily basis. You should include “color” at every meal; try to keep 50% of your meal fruits and/or vegetables – you will get a lot of food for few calories.  Also you get the added benefit of fiber, […]

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