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Six Easy Healthy Comfort Food Hacks

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow! It’s officially holiday music time! And did you see flurries outside this week? We did here in Pittsburgh, and thankfully for the time being, it has been pretty manageable. As we’re inching closer and closer to the end of the year, are you
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The Importance of Gut Health: Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week

Hello and Happy December! This post is going to be a bit of a departure from the fun holiday theme of our past few posts, but we want to take the opportunity to highlight Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week, which is occurring now  (December 1-7). It is not always a fun
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Healthy Holiday Treats

Welcome back for another week! We hope you had a truly lovely Thanksgiving surrounded by loved ones, and that you were able to implement some of our tips for maintaining a healthy holiday. Our holiday season is still in full swing, so we’re going to continue the discussion on how
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Eat, Drink and Be Healthy!

Can you believe the holidays are officially upon us? Without further ado, we would like to take the time to wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving from Red Dietitians! We are so thankful for the opportunity to serve our clients and for the ability to use our knowledge and passions to
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Diabetes Awareness Month

Happy Fall, ya’ll….I mean yinz! It seems that autumn is finally upon us here in Pittsburgh, if the recent gray skies and rainy weather is any confirmation. I don’t know about you, but this gloomy atmosphere has us looking forward to the upcoming holiday season and all the
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What the Heck is Bone Broth?

Believe it or not, bone broth has been used for ages in many cultures, generally for the sick and the weak.  Today, it is gaining momentum once again to help aid in the healing of the gut, the joints, skin and muscles.  Bone broth is loaded with easily absorbed minerals,
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Understanding Fat, Once and for All

  Fat has been given a bad rap.  In the 1980’s, the surgeon general warned against the effects of a high fat diet, encouraging all to follow a low-fat diet for optimal heart health.  However, over the next 30 years, the prevalence of heart disease would soon be on the rise,
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Benefits of Beets and Beet Greens

“Would you like me to cut off the greens, miss?”  said the man at the market.  He was referring to the greens connected to my beets. “No sir!!”  I yelled back.  The beet greens are one of my favorite greens and not only do they taste great, they boast many
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Gut Brain Connection

The gut is the very core of our health. It digests, absorbs, transports and breakdowns food into nutrients so that your body can absorb what it needs to get the vitamins, minerals and energy it requires to survive daily.  The gut alone is home to trillions of bacteria that work
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Breakfast of Champions. Break the Fast.

We have heard it all our lives…Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!  Well, it is still true!  Eating breakfast helps to start your day off right and literally “break the fast” from sleeping all night.  I whipped this breakfast up with left over
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