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This program offers a number of relevant programs and services including individualized counseling and group sessions to help individuals reduce risk disease and improve wellness. The service specializes in medical nutrition therapy for:
o Cholesterol and triglyceride reduction
o Blood pressure management
o Healthy weight management
o Metabolic syndrome/Insulin resistance/Pre diabetes
o Congestive Heart Failure
This is a free App to help with your diet goals and to track your progress. Fooducate grades your food, explains what's really inside each product, and offers healthier alternatives. They have the largest database of UPCs - over 200,000 unique products and growing. You can filter by vegan or vegetarian too. Available for the iPhone and Android phones.
This free App finds you dishes at local restaurants that match your diet and nutrition preferences. There are preferences such as under 500 calories, low carb, low sodium, vegan, gluten free and many others to choose from. This makes it easy to eat healthy and stay on your diet when you're eating out. Available for iPhone and Android.
This free App allows you to set a weight loss goal and timeline, and then calculates how many calories you should consume (your calorie budget) and how many you actually take in. The searchable database is packed with general foods, brand name grocery store goods, and menu items from popular chain restaurants. Available for iPhone and Android.
This free app has a very user friendly food diary and exercise log. It also has one of the largest food databases to pull your information from. Users are given customized calorie goals, which are adjusted based on physical activity. You can also scan a bar code to get a food items’ nutrition facts. This app also keeps and tracks your data so you can pull reports based on your history. Available for iPhone and Android.
This site includes information and interactive tools to help maintain a healthy diet. Some of the information focuses on how to find heart healthy items in your grocery store, heart healthy recipes, and helpful information for dining out.
A panel of health experts, including nutritionists and specialists in diabetes, heart health, human behavior, and weight loss, reviewed detailed assessments prepared by U.S. News of 29 diets. The experts rated each diet in seven categories, including short-and long-term weight loss, ease of compliance, safety, and nutrition.
This useful website is created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. They strive to improve the nation’s health through research, education, and advocacy
This site provides easy, online access to government information on food and human nutrition for consumers. Here you can find guidelines for healthy nutrition, guidance on food shopping and meal planning and lists of calories and nutrients in food.
Mardigian Wellness Resource Center
Frankel Cardiovascular Center
Level 2 off the Atrium
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