Posted on 12/31/2015
I’d like to wish you and yours a very happy New Year! I just know 2016 will be full of remarkable things for Seattle Sutton’s Healthy Eating (SSHE) and you. As an optimist I am certain next year will be amazing!
Posted on 12/22/2015
It’s winding down to just a few more days until Christmas and if you are like most people, you still have many people left on your shopping list.
Posted on 12/17/2015
You don’t have to spend your holidays ill, with a little preparation and planning you can relax and be healthy this year with these few tips.
Posted on 12/8/2015
What if there was a pill we could all take to significantly reduce our risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease? Well, unfortunately there isn’t a simple pill, but we are learning more about how our daily diets affects every chronic condition and today we learn more about how diet affects Alzheimer’s.
Posted on 12/3/2015
Next time you’re in New York City, you may see something foreign on chain restaurant menus…a symbol of a saltshaker on items high in sodium. High sodium items are considered more than the day’s recommended sodium intake – 2,300 milligrams (approximately 1 teaspoon) is what medical professionals suggest consuming no more sodium than that in a day.
Posted on 11/30/2015
As we wind down November, I didn’t want to miss an opportunity to address diabetes in honor of American Diabetes Month®. Every 19 seconds someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with diabetes. By 2015, it’s estimated that 1 in 3 American adults will have diabetes, unless preventative steps are taken to stop it. Diabetes puts one at risk for heart attack, stroke and for death from heart disease, as well as is the leading cause of kidney failure and new cases of blindness in adults.
Posted on 11/24/2015
The holidays are a joyful time of year, surrounded by friends, family and food. It can also be the most stressful time of year, which can pose problems for your health and waistline. One of the most effective tools to fight holiday weight gain is mindfulness. Emotions can drive one to seek comfort in treats from those stressors. Here are a few helpful tips to keep in mind as you celebrate the holidays:
Posted on 11/17/2015
With our fast paced world and the ease of getting sucked into television/our laptops, we need all the help we can get with staying on track and keeping us on once we get there. It’s not easy to start eating healthy (or even maintain weight) while the holidays are upon us. Below are a few do’s and don’ts for sticking with a healthy lifestyle in the upcoming months.
Posted on 11/11/2015
Today is Veterans’ Day and great opportunity for us to thank veterans for all they’ve done for us. Their selfless sacrifices so we can live with freedom, something we too often take for granted.
Posted on 11/10/2015
Start them out right in life and they are on a pathway to health later on….that’s what I’ve always thought, that eating habits are formed at a young age. According to an analysis by the Minneapolis Heart Institute, eating the most fruits and vegetables as young adults leads to reduced risk of heart disease later in life.