17 January 2017 Don't Resist Strength Training as a Tool for Preventing and Treating Type 2 Diabetes

We can all benefit from strength (resistance) training to increase muscle power. If you have prediabetes or type 2 diabetes, then you have even more reason to include strength training in your fitness program. Read more in this blog.

10 January 2017 Same Old, same Old? How to Get Out of Your Cooking Rut

Same old, same old? Are you in a cooking rut? Try this fundamental system to help you attempt new recipes and make faster and healthier meals.

4 January 2017 Guide to the Top 20 Blog Posts on Nutrition & Weight Control at MyNetDiary

Need a little inspiration to get you going in 2017? How about reading the top 20 blog posts at MyNetDiary? These are the posts that inspired readers so much that they shared them many more times than the other hundreds of posts.

27 December 2016 Don’t let winter weather freeze your exercise routine

Don’t let cold weather, snow or short days stop you from keeping active in winter. Here are some activity ideas that fit into anyone’s winter schedule.

20 December 2016 Acorn Squash: A new way to prepare this winter side dish

Acorn squash is bursting with nutrition. Here is a family favorite recipe I adapted from Epicurious: Acorn Squash Stuffed with Ground Turkey, Kale and Quinoa. Enjoy this gluten free dish with some wild salmon for a healthy and delicious meal.

13 December 2016 Teach This, Not That: How to Improve Teenagers’ Eating Habits

Would your teenager start to eat healthier if you told them to eat less fast food to prevent a heart attack? Probably not. However, do not be discouraged, a recent study demonstrated a unique twist on nutrition education which did improve the eating habits of adolescents.

6 December 2016 3 Sweet-Free Holiday Gift Ideas

Holiday gifts don’t have to be laden with calories! Here are some ideas for relatively inexpensive gifts that are not sweets. And they can be easily purchased and mailed.

29 November 2016 Getting back on track - when it comes to losing weight

One of the most important strategies to maintaining a healthy weight is the ability to bounce back, otherwise known as getting back on track or resiliency. Here are four important points to remember as you move through this holiday season.

22 November 2016 10 Strategies to Avoid Emotional Eating During the Holidays

Lots of people are susceptible to emotional eating during the holidays. There aren’t any tried-and-true sure fire ways to prevent this, but there are plenty of suggestions. Here are 10.

15 November 2016 Tips for Making Your Smoothie More Weight Friendly

Smoothies have a health halo but they can be a huge calories sink or sugar bomb - it all depends how you make it. This post will cover basic tips on how to make smoothies more weight friendly.

8 November 2016 Three Tips to Prevent the Freshman Fifteen

It’s your first semester of college. Your jeans are fitting tighter, you are catching a cold and you have less energy. Use these three simple tips to create a healthier you and prevent the freshman fifteen.

1 November 2016 Three Ways to Get Rid of Halloween Candy with Style

Even though it ‘twas the day after Halloween, and the temptation was there, you followed these three tips and did not despair.

25 October 2016 Sorting out adverse reactions to foods

Food sensitivities are being blamed for a host of problems, from autism to IBS to headaches and weight gain. What is the true story, and how reliable are the tests?

18 October 2016 Considering Weight Loss Surgery?

Considerations when pursuing weight loss surgery such as: timing, cost, dietary requirements, mental health readiness, type of team to look for, risks of surgery. This is a great post for those of you considering weight loss surgery or just want to know a little bit more about it.

11 October 2016 Weight Loss: 3 Pitfalls of Skipping Meals

One misconception of weight loss is that skipping meals helps. Read on for three drawbacks of skipping meals and two tips to avoid skipping meals.

4 October 2016 How to Handle Sandwich Bread for Weight & Carb Control

If you are a sandwich lover, then it’s time to take a look at your choice of bread. You do not have to cut out bread if you are trying to lose weight or control carbs for diabetes but you do need to choose wisely to avoid excess calories, carbs, and sodium.

27 September 2016 Bicycling for fun, transportation, fitness and calorie burning

Bicycles are for everyone. You don’t need gasoline or a license or insurance. Just muscles and calories to burn.

21 September 2016 Delicious Slow Cooker Cincinnati Turkey Chili

Just in time for slightly chillier evenings, check out this rich, unusual “chili” recipe that is still diabetes-friendly and weight loss-friendly.

13 September 2016 Blueberries: More than just a super grizzly bear food!

How many blueberries a day does a Denali grizzly bear eat? While touring Denali National Park last summer, we learned that an average brown grizzly bear eats 200,000 wild blueberries a day. Not only are they healthy for bears, they are considered one of the superfoods for humans because of their antioxidant activity. Enjoy increasing your blueberry consumption and paying tribute to the Bronco Super Bowl Champions by baking these Blueberry Pumpkin Bronco Bonanza Muffins!

6 September 2016 MyNetDiary is Updating Goals for Fat, Cholesterol, and Sodium

MyNetDiary will be updating recommended intakes for fat, cholesterol, and sodium to be consistent with the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Read this blog to find out more!
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