Showing articles tagged with "Food and Nutrition"

Young boy kneading dough with help of mom.
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From midweek dinners to tasty snacks, these easy-to-make, affordable meals are perfect for even the pickiest eaters.

Spicy kimchi slaw in a bowl.
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What does your gut bacteria have to do with your cancer treatment? "Plenty" says Kim Dittus, MD. "What we eat influences what bugs are found in our GI tract and in turn the impact of immunotherapy."

Blueberry raspberry popsicles sitting next to a bowl of fresh berries
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Five ways to include healthy, hydrating treats in your summer fun – plus recipes!

Veggie kabobs on the grill
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5 tips and recipes to make your grilling the healthiest it can be.

Seared Scallops with Chives in a Cast Iron pan
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Research shows food choice can slow cognitive decline and decrease anxiety and depression.

Toasted Spelt Soup, Escarole and White Bean Soup
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Instead of focusing on what type of diet to follow, focus on the quality of foods you select. Here’s a recipe to get you started.

Two men cooking dinner together.
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Stuck in a recipe rut? Try something new that's actually good for you! Our nutrition and cardiology experts share some tasty heart healthy recipes.

Chicken Soup and Bread
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As much as 70% of immunity is determined by your gut health.

Aerial view of healthy holiday table spread.
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There are many ways to enjoy the holiday spirit while also keeping health in mind.

Aerial photo of a pumpkin smoothie.
Published on in Children's Health, COVID-19

According to clinical dietitian Bridget Shea, MS, RD, CD, snacking can be an important part of our daily nutrition – especially for kids’ growing minds and bodies that need frequent refueling.

Tablescape of healthy food.
Published on in Nutrition, Recipe, COVID-19

Neurologist Steele Taylor, MD, tells his patients to stop worrying about the possibility of developing dementia and instead take action on factors they can control, such as sleep and diet.

UVM Medical Center nutrition experts Stephanie Gall, DCN, RD, CD and Leah Pryor give stress-fighting snacks and recipes to fuel you with helpful antioxidants, protein and anti-inflammatories.

Published on in Chronic Condition Living, Digestion, Nutrition, Recipe

We all know that what we eat and drink affects our health, but sometimes the volume of advice can be paralyzing. Relax: Our experts share three small changes that have a big impact.

Published on in Community, Nutrition, Volunteer Services

Long before COVID, employees and dedicated garden volunteers at the University of Vermont Medical Center’s Fanny Allen campus have been raising money for the Colchester Food Shelf by selling flower bouquets and arrangements from the cutting garden.

Published on in Community Health, Nutrition, COVID-19

Did you know that genetics play only a small role in determining our longevity? That means you have the power to flip the script on how you age. Learn how you can make changes to maximize your health well into the future.