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Cod Tacos with Strawberry-Mango Salsa
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - June 20, 2019
Eating seafood two times per week can help prevent heart disease. Most of us fall short of this recommendation. Try this fish taco recipe to include more seafood in your diet!
Why Sleep is Important for Heart Health
Susan Wynn, RRT, BSBA, MSM, Director of Respiratory Care and Sleep Services - April 24, 2019
Of all the reasons to get a good night's sleep, protecting your heart might not be the first that comes to mind. But maybe it should be.
Maple Walnut Sweet Potatoes
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - April 18, 2019
Looking for a quick but healthy side dish?  Try these Maple Walnut Sweet Potatoes!  They have all of the healthy fiber, Vitamins A and C from the sweet potatoes, heart healthy fats from the walnuts, and sweetened with maple syrup.
Turkey Sloppy Joes
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - March 19, 2019
Do you ever get confused about nutrition after watching the news?  Almost every day there is a new “diet” in the news or a new “superfood”.  It can be hard to know exactly what to eat for health when you are bombarded with information. 
 
Raisin Walnut Oatmeal Mix
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - February 26, 2019
Oatmeal is incredibly nutritious and rich in fiber, and it may help you control your weight by keeping you feeling fuller longer.
Instant Pot Vegetable Soup
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - January 30, 2019
Did you get an Instant Pot for Christmas?  Do you have an Instant Pot sitting in its box, but afraid to use it?  Try this Vegetable Soup recipe!  It is the perfect soup for cold, snowy days and has a lot of vegetables that help fight off all of the cold germs going around. 
 
Instant Pot Dr. Pepper Pulled Pork
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - October 18, 2018
Enjoy this fast pulled pork recipe flavored with Dr. Pepper with our without an Instant Pot.  
Pizza Pasta Salad
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - September 20, 2018
Try this pasta salad for next tailgate or family gathering.  Substitute your favorite pizza toppings to make your favorite salad.
Orange Cream Popsicles
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - July 02, 2018
Cool off this summer with some homemade popsicles!  This recipe features whole oranges rather than orange juice which provides a little more fiber and less sugar.  These popsicles are a great way to keep little ones hydrated in the heat. 
Grain Bowl
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - June 04, 2018
These grain bowls are great to make for dinner on hot summer days or to prepare lunch ahead to take to work.
Lentil Tacos
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - May 23, 2018
For a vegetarian taco, try making lentil tacos.  Lentils are inexpensive, easy to cook and very versatile.  You can make the dish as mild or spicy as you like it. 
7 Layer Greek Dip
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - April 20, 2018
Try this Greek variation of the traditional 7 layer dip for your March Madness party!
Festive Fruit Salad
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - February 20, 2018
You can still enjoy fruit in the midst of winter!  Try this festive fruit salad to help get your recommended five daily servings of fruits and vegetables.
Beef & Veggie Kabobs
Lesley Kendall, Schneck Certified Dietitian - July 06, 2017
Pick up veggies and beef at your local farmer's market this weekend to make this easy summertime meal.
Turkey Zucchini Tacos
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN CD - June 20, 2017
Looking for an easy recipe to use up some of your fresh zucchini?  Try these turkey zucchini tacos!  They are lower in fat by using lean turkey and zucchini and also lower in sodium by making a homemade taco seasoning blend.
Slow Cooker Enchilada Quinoa
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - May 16, 2017
As the weather warms up and we find our schedules packed with end-of-school-year activities and youth sports, the slow cooker is an indispensable kitchen gadget that can save time in the kitchen. 
The Doctor Will Hear You Now
Schneck Medical Center - March 23, 2017
Annual checkups. Traditionally, these visits have involved running tests and looking for things that might be wrong, particularly if you have a current health problem or symptoms that might indicate that you are ill.

However, if you’re healthy and have no signs of illness, you may still want to schedule regular checkups with your doctor. In fact, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services specifically recommends annual well-woman visits, which include a Pap test, pelvic exam and preventive care.

It’s important to find a doctor who listens to your individual questions and concerns.
Skillet Tortilla Pizza
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - March 21, 2017
March is National Nutrition Month.  This year's theme is "Put Your Best Fork Forward" reminding you that you have the tools necessary to make healthy choices.  Put your best fork forward by making this skillet tortilla pizza where we substitute some ingredients to make a pizza healthier than carry-out!
Foodie Duty
Schneck Medical Center - March 02, 2017
You may not consider yourself a gourmet cook or fine food aficionado, but what you eat and how you prepare food for yourself and your family can keep you healthy and help prevent serious disease. It can also help you and your family maintain a healthy weight, prevents chronic disease and boosts your energy levels. 
Winter Fruit Salad
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - February 21, 2017
Add some sweetness and a touch of mint to your meal with in-season winter fruit. 
Silent Night?
Schneck Medical Center - December 13, 2016
Does your partner keep you up half the night sounding like a bulldozer or a freight train?  You aren’t alone. Almost half of adults snore occasionally, and 25% snore regularly. Occasional snoring is not dangerous, but chronic snoring may require medical attention. Snoring can be stressful on a relationship and leave a bed partner fatigued, but it can also be an indication of a more serious problem.
Achoo or the Flu?
Schneck Medical Center - November 23, 2016
Though it tends to coincide with many fall and winter holidays, no one looks forward to flu season. How can you tell the difference between a case of the sniffles and something more serious? Influenza (also called “the flu”) and the common cold are both respiratory illnesses and have similar symptoms, but are caused by different viruses and have a different level of severity.
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - October 17, 2016
Sweet potatoes are a great source of fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C and potassium.  For a twist on your normal mashed potatoes, try making these Mashed Sweet Potatoes. 
Better Breakfast Month
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - September 15, 2016
September is Better Breakfast Month.  Try these Overnight Oats to make your breakfast better!
Fruited Chicken Salad
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - August 30, 2016
August often means packing lunches for school, or getting back into the routine of packing a lunch for work.  Try this Fruited Chicken Salad recipe in your lunch. 
Beat the Heat with FroYo Pops
Bethany Daugherty, MS, RDN, CD - July 05, 2016
Making your own popsicles is easy and economical. Plus, it's a healthy summer snack.
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