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Elaine Murphy

Elaine Murphy

The other day I discussed National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month but I also want the public to also be aware of National Recovery Month in September. Back in 2003, President Bush launched "Access to Recovery," a program that increased the availability and effectiveness of current alcohol and drug treatment programs. An additional 300,000 Americans will get needed treatment with the extra $600 million allotted to this cause. This program "helps educate Americans on the fact that addiction treatment and mental health services can enable those with a mental and/or substance disorder to live a healthy and rewarding life. The observance's main focus is to laud the gains made by those in recovery from these conditions, just as we would those who are managing other health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, asthma, and heart disease."

Tuesday, 10 September 2013 15:06

Smoked Fennel "Sausage" (Turkey)

This is a very versatile "sausage" that can be cooked and crumbled for egg scrambles at breakfast or made into patties or meatballs for lunch, dinner and snack recipes. Remember to slightly undercook as this sausage is very lean and will be very dry and unappealing if overcooked.

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 05:12

Greek Yogurt is Replacing Cereal

According to NBC with the current popularity of Greek yogurt, "The snap and crackle cereal may be losing its pop." Americans it seems, are tired of the same old Corn Flakes or Rice Krispies, and are being seduced by the sweet call of creamy Greek yogurt and granola bars that can be eaten on the run. I have to admit they may be easy, but at a big cost in nutrition...... And honestly, Rice Krispies and Corn Flakes, even though they have been favorites for many decades, actually have very little to offer except highly refined carbohydrates. At least they do not contain as much sugar compared to other cereals but that's about all the good I can say about them.

One in 3 children in the U.S. is overweight or obese. More than 23 million children and teenagers in the U.S are obese or overweight. Childhood obesity puts kids at risk for health problems that were once seen only in adults, like type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. And usually overweight children become overweight adults. Use this month as a time to stop the obesity rate.

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 01:22

CMWM "Noodle" Soup

This delicious, healthful chicken noodle soup made with green onions, parsley and cilantro will warm you on a cold day.

Monday, 26 August 2013 08:50

The Lure of Fast Foods

More news is leaking out regularly about how manufacturers keep us craving the unhealthy fattening foods, particularly with fast foods. As a nutritionist I’ve known this for quite awhile but as time passes I’m finally becoming validated.

Thursday, 22 August 2013 08:53

Plastic in your Food and Drinks!

Did you know awhile back, 95% of all plastic products tested were positive for estrogenic activity?

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 14:19

Got Cravings?

Do you have cravings?

Anyone who has gone through the agony of losing weight, only to regain it, knows maintaining that weight loss might be even harder to do. It's often thought that the same habits that help you lose the weight would help you keep it off too, right?

Monday, 12 August 2013 09:12

Why Low Carb Dieting Works!

Despite the great results already found from low carb dieting many health authorities and even some non-medical weight loss clinics,  still subscribe to the old version of the Food Guide Pyramid (very high in carbohydrates), which has been around literally for decades. 

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