Overnight Oats: Recipe and Tips

Overnight Oats: Recipe and Tips

Amy Kimberlain, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, explains the overnight oats are putting in a glass rolled oats, chia seeds, a little bit of peanut butter, cinnamon and a splash of vanilla with milk. The idea is to seal it up, put it in the refrigerator overnight and the next morning it is […]

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Game Day Party: Healthy Nutrition

Game Day Party: Healthy Nutrition

Amy Kimberlain, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, talks about healthy nutrition during Game day party. She advises to plan a menu, not skipping meals, doing exercises and having a good tailgate party. The specialist says it’s good to keep in mind that people should take a healthy eating, have a good game plan […]

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Healthy Snacking Tips

Healthy Snacking Tips

Carla Duenas, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, says the worst thing you can do after a workout is skipping a meal, or skipping a snack: “If you don’t eat, those muscles are not gonna recover, so you might be losing weight, but that’s going to slow down your metabolism.” She also explains the […]

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Healthy Snack Options

Healthy Snack Options

The most important thing in snacks is balance, affirms Cathy Clark-Reyes, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health Primary Care. She advises selecting something that’s going to keep someone satisfied. She advises choosing something that’s got a little bit of fiber and healthy fat, because this helps keep patient full longer. The specialist says it’s good to […]

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Snacks on Holiday Party

Snacks on Holiday Party

Holiday parties not always have the healthiest snacks options to keep you eating healthy. Carla Duenas, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, tells you what you can do or bring to the party, and gives some tips, such as cutting back the sugar on the recipe you are making.

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Tips for a Healthy Lunchbox

Tips for a Healthy Lunchbox

One of the most important things when preparing the lunchbox is to pack a water bottle, says Lucette Talamas, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida. She notes insulated lunchbox is better than paper brown bags. Also ice packs can help foods stay cold or hot. Healthy foods such as fruits and vegetables and proteins […]

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