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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

30 Second Bytes with Dietitian Cindy

Release Date: 09/05/2016

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30 Second Bytes with Dietitian Cindy

Make friends with all carbs but become besties with the nutrient-rich carbs below.  Carbs=fuel (energy) We need a variety at each meal in smaller portions. It is recommended you eat a meal every 4-5 hours to replenish energy! Whole grains (cereal, bread, pasta) Beans and Legumes Low-fat Milk Whole Fresh Fruit Non-Starchy Vegetables Good resources to learn more about carbohydrates: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/healthy-eating-plate/

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#Podcast Epi 48: Portion Savvy

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Lets talk about how this year you are going to achieve your weight loss goals!

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Epi 46 Show Notes I'm talking my pregnancy and gender reveal! Upcoming shows will cover my pregnancy story and pregnancy health. Follow the conversation on  and/or follow #DietitianCindy   Thanks for listening and please don't forget to .

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Dietitian Cindy's Show Notes Per SUDIA , To learn more about osteoporosis prevention and the "Bone-gevity: Bones Built to Last" campaign, visit and follow the conversation using #bonegevity and #bonehealth. Additional Resources for your reading pleasure: National Osteoporosis Foundation:  SUDIA:    Follow on  for more tips throughout the month of May.  

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Podcast Epi # 44 "Tips for Eating Disorder Recovery" Guest Host: Kaleigh Kessler, RD, LD   Transcript: Hi my name is Kaleigh and I’m a dietitian specializing in eating disorder recovery because years ago I suffered with an eating disorder. Today I’m going to share tips with you that I learned during my own recovery. First, remember that you must forgive yourself for any damage you’ve done to your body. Know that you are worthy of life and love. Food is food. Food has an appropriate place in your life because eating is a part of your day. However, it is not the center of your day....

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Episode # 43: Salt and Sodium | February is National Month Check ingredients list to avoid sneaky sodium. Sodium can be labeled as any of the following: Disodium guanylate (GMP) Disodium inosinate (IMP) Fleur de sel Himalayan pink salt Kosher salt Monosodium glutamate (MSG) Rock salt Salt Sea salt Sodium bicarbonate Sodium nitrate Sodium citrate Sodium chloride Sodium diacetate Sodium erythorbate Sodium glutamate Sodium lactate Sodium lauryl Sulfate Sodium metabisulfite Sodium phosphate Trisodium phosphate Resource:  American Heart Association. 2017. Break Up With Salt. 

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Episode 42: Heart Month References:  Additional Resources: Blog: Find links to educational resources for consumers and professionals from CDC and Million Hearts®. Check back here throughout February for more information on heart disease prevention, including a CDC Feature Article and quiz. Million Hearts® : Browse hundreds of heart-healthy recipes, 28-day meal plans, and lifestyle articles. : How can our hearts be older than we are? Learn more about your heart age.   Follow along on Instagram!

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January 26, 2017 in Mindful Eating Day learn more . Mindful practices: Approach eating with your health in mind Plan meals ahead of time Sit at the table when eating Before eating take a moment to look over your plate. Notice the color and the smells. When eating slow down and actually let yourself feel the texture and enjoy the taste.  Slow down....no really SLOW DOWN Try this exercise: Next time you have a meal or a snack choose 1 item on your plate to answer the following questions. What color is the food? How does it smell? Describe the first bite (i.e. is it hot, spicy, juicy,...

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Episode 40 Show Notes Resources for your reading pleasure:     Blog:

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Disclosure: I did not receive monetary compensation for product promotion. I did receive a free sample but, again, was not compensate to write this post or plug in my podcast. Thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

IBS sucks...end of story but there's hope. A registered dietitian nutritionist can help. To find one in your area visit EatRight.Org. If you are in my neck of the woods email me at info@cindyhuggins.com for appointment information or visit here.

Resources for your reading pleasure:

https://medlineplus.gov/irritablebowelsyndrome.html

My Regular Girl Blog Post

https://www.regulargirl.com/

Printables:

Food Log

Nutrition Journal

Meal Planning Printable