Whether it is Grandma’s sweet potato casserole or the family’s favorite gravy, holidays aren’t just filled with memories, but sugar, sodium, and fat, too. But with a few adjustments, it’s easy to lighten up the feast without losing the dishes you love.
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Warm up with a tasty soup recipe
As the weather warms up, it means it is time for dinner to cool down. And nothing says “refreshing” like a simple taco dinner. Jessica Goldman Foung provides with us a delicious and low-sodium recipe for the spring.
A plateful of produce is the ideal dish for people with lupus, because it’s packed with natural disease-fighting compounds. Dr. Laura Coleman provides tips on picking and packing in spring-fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet.
Jessica Goldman Foung discusses helpful tips to keep healthy this holiday season during holiday feasts.
Ask the Expert: Dr. Ronenn Roubenoff provides an overview of the role good nutrition can play in helping to manage lupus.
Dr. Joe Raphael discusses how you can use diet, nutrition and exercise to improve your health and maintain a positive quality of life despite lupus.
She may not be faster than a speeding bullet or able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, but Jessica Goldman, 28, is quite the superhero.
What do blueberries, strawberries, and acai berries have in common? The natural compounds called polyphenolics found in these red and blue fruits—and possibly in walnuts—activate the brain’s natural “housekeeper” mechanism. In other words, yummy berries may boost your memory as you grow older. Read more!
You know the importance of following your doctor’s guidelines about medication, exercise, and rest; reducing stress; and eating a healthy diet. But if you’re like many people with lupus, at one time or another you’ve come across a dietary or herbal supplement that really sounds as though it could help you. So, what do you do?
Answers to your diet and nutrition questions
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Learn how to create a nutritious, well-balanced, and varied diet that takes into account the profound effects of a network as complex as the immune system.
This educational seminar will provide information on 2 different topics: Lupus and Nutrition and Lupus and the Kidneys.
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