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9 09, 2020

Why Aren’t You Eating More Fruits and Veggies?

By Rust Nutrition|2020-09-09T14:47:23-04:00September 9th, 2020|DASH Diet/Wellness, Easy Cooking, Family, Family meals, Weight Management, Wellness|Comments Off on Why Aren’t You Eating More Fruits and Veggies?

You probably have heard that eating more fruits and vegetables is a healthy habit. You may have seen the MyPlate graphic, which depicts a picture of a plate that is 50% covered in fruits and veggies. So why don't you eat more of them? Better Health, Better Mood [...]

22 07, 2020

DASH Diet for Prevention

By Rust Nutrition|2020-07-24T14:10:50-04:00July 22nd, 2020|DASH Diet/Wellness, Easy Cooking, Family meals, Health Professionals, Healthy Aging, Heart Disease, Recipe, Weight Management, Wellness|Comments Off on DASH Diet for Prevention

Do you know if your parents or other family members have high blood pressure or heart disease? Diabetes, heart disease and cancer risk can all be reduced with a healthy diet. My new cookbook for two will hit stores on August 11. The 2-serving recipes are [...]

22 04, 2020

What’s a Pre-existing Condition?

By Rust Nutrition|2023-10-11T11:03:46-04:00April 22nd, 2020|DASH Diet/Wellness, Food Trends, Health Professionals, Healthy Aging, Heart Disease, Wellness|Comments Off on What’s a Pre-existing Condition?

The times we are living in have been eye opening in many ways. It's got me thinking about public health education. As someone who was trained in the 1980s, and worked in outpatient clinics, health education was the groundwork of prevention care at that time. It seems that [...]

28 10, 2015

Food Shaming 2.0

By Rust Nutrition|2023-03-21T12:40:15-04:00October 28th, 2015|DASH Diet/Wellness, Food Facts, Just for Fun, Uncategorized|1 Comment

I was going to let it go. Just skip writing about it, but here I am. I am so disgusted with the daily diet headlines that the popular media dishes out. Every day, good (and sometimes bad) studies get completely misconstrued, and often get more attention than necessary, [...]