We know healthy living requires more than just a balanced breakfast. Your patients must balance the food they eat with exercise and activity. Staying focused, motivated, organized and informed can be challenging, but the rewards are immeasurable. Relax, we can help provide the guidance and wholesome goodness that will help you and your patients get on track.
We all know habits are hard to break – and bad ones seem impossible. But your patients count on you for advice and support. Give them ten simple changes they can make for better nutrition. Don't put off reading this article.
In 2011, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) unveiled its new MyPlate food guidance system to illustrate the recommendations laid out by the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
It's easy to tell patients to read food labels for the products they buy. But we sometimes don't realize the need to show them how to read all the listed items and numbers. Read this article and teach your patients the basics.
It's primarily a parent's responsibility to help kids develop healthful eating habits. But you can assist parents by offering mealtime guidance too. At Quaker, we know a little advice can lead to big rewards, so we're pleased to share these tips with you.
Your patients have lots of excuses to avoid exercising – which is unfortunate, as they'll miss out all the healthy benefits. Share these counterpoints to the excuses and help them find ways to exercise regularly.
Your female patients have different nutritional needs, but they probably don't even realize it. Now you can help them understand what makes them unique – plus, help them meet the right nutritional requirements.