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Heart health through the ‘invincible’ years

February 14th, 2014 · No Comments · nutrition

Carol Berg Sloan, RD Columnist I am now a preceptor for the Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway at Cal State San Bernardino. In working with dietetics students, I encourage them to translate science into practical language for consumers. Bailey Fisher is a dietetic intern there and is the guest columnist for this issue.

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Nutrition: Taking Superbowl snacks to a healthier level

January 31st, 2014 · No Comments · Community, nutrition

Carol Berg Sloan RD Columnist Football season means parties and snacks with the big kahuna on Super Bowl Sunday. Don’t dread the tables piled high with chicken wings, fatty dips, fried jalapeno poppers and plates of brownies or football-shaped crispy treats next Sunday. Suggest, serve or bring these lightened versions.

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Twelve healthy days of Christmas

December 20th, 2013 · No Comments · 'Tis the Season, nutrition

Carol Berg Sloan RDN Columnist In honor of this festive season, here are 12 tips to get you through the holidays, happy and healthy. Don’t skip meals. I used to do this in my younger days– not eat all day when I knew I was going out for a big dinner. It backfires by slowing […]

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The gluten-free diet: Is it for you?

November 8th, 2013 · No Comments · food, nutrition

Carol Berg Sloan, RD Columnist I am now a preceptor for the Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway (ISPP) at Cal State San Bernardino. In working with dietetics students, I encourage them to translate science into practical news for consumers. Judy Dantoc, dietetics student at California State University San Bernardino, is the guest columnist for this issue: […]

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Nutrition Brown-bagging it this school year? On a student budget? Consider the many options of the modern-day sandwich

August 23rd, 2013 · No Comments · nutrition

Carol Berg Sloan RD Nutritionist I really like sandwiches. Peanut butter, turkey and tuna top my list. But sandwiches have changed. My (and a dictionary’s) definition: two or more slices of bread or the like with a layer of meat, fish, cheese, etc. between each pair. Boring. Go to Subway and choose from five types […]

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