Items Tagged ‘Food’

January 27, 2018

Grilled Miso Salmon Recipe

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

When it comes to food choices, what do we like most? Quick, easy and healthy recipes that don’t sacrifice on taste. This high protein salmon recipe is an easy meal packed with maximum flavor! Calories: 282 | Protein: 29g | Carbohydrates: 4g | Total Fat: 10g | Yield: 4 servings Ingredients 1⁄2 c. Mirin (Japanese […]

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Tags: Eat Well, Food, health, healthy, Healthy Eating, heart health, high protein, Main Entree, Nutrition, protein, Recipe, Recipes


January 23, 2018

Butternut Squash Ravioli “unwrapped” Recipe

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

Butternut squash, a staple cold weather food that helps us forget about summer and look forward to fall. This recipe “unwraps” the naturally sweet, nutty squash into a savory heart-healthy comfort dish you can enjoy at home. With 9 servings, this recipe would make a great dish to pass at a holiday event, or a […]

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Tags: Blog, Eat Well, fall, Fit & Flavorful, Food, healthy, Healthy Eating, Nutrition, Recipe, Recipes, Side Dish


January 18, 2018

10 Non-Weight Loss Goals Worth Setting

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

Oh the scale. We’ve all used it to gauge progress at one point or another. Maybe you’re still using it. Although the scale can have its time and place, the roller coaster of emotion it often brings with its ups and downs can be discouraging, especially when you feel like you’ve been “good” all week. For many […]

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Tags: Exercise, Food, Free Weights, happy, health, healthy, lift weights, mindfulness, Move, muscle, Nutrition, sleep


January 10, 2018

Menu Planning & Diet Quality Research

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

Participate in DAHLC’s 6-week Menu Creations and Supermarket Savvy program research.  Topics include:   Improving your diet Efficiency in the kitchen Food budget Knowledge about food and healthy meal preparation The goal of the research is to determine whether this program improves confidence, diet quality, and healthy food habits long term. Sessions meet 1 hour, […]

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Tags: diet, Food, Nutrition, research, Volunteer Ops


October 30, 2017

All About Cranberries!

By Kate- Dietitian zeratskykatherine

Cranberries  – good for you and for making silly faces! Cranberries are in season! These small, round, bright red berries are bursting with… sour.  Yes, sour.  Let’s have more fun with the taste description and call it “wrinkle-your-nose tartness”.  Most commonly found in a sauce, dried, or as juice, cranberries’ sour taste is balanced with […]

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Tags: cranberries, Food, Nutrition


March 16, 2016

Healthy Aging Exploration Series: Eat Smart

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

Healthy Aging Exploration Series Topic: Eat Smart Presenter: Kristen Blixt, Registered Dietitian When: Thursday, March 24th; 10:30-11:30am in DAHLC Subway Level Room 200 No sign up required, just drop in and learn about fun and easy ways to eat smart. Mayo Clinic employees, retirees, volunteers, students, spouses and Charter House residents are welcome to attend.

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Tags: Dietitian, Eat Well, Food, health, healthy aging, healthy aging exploration series, Nutrition, Registrations


March 5, 2016

Ask the Dietitian!

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

Since it’s National Nutrition Month, we thought it would be fun to ask our lovely dietitians here at the DAHLC about what kinds of foods they enjoy. Read on to see how one of our dietitians, Kristen, answered the questions! What is your go-to post-workout snack? Low-fat milk or Greek yogurt with fruit or peanut […]

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Tags: Dietitian, Eat Well, Food, health, healthy plate, national nutrition month, Nutrition, Registrations


February 2, 2015

I don’t have time to eat healthy!

By Kate- Dietitian zeratskykatherine

If there is one thing we might all wish for, time is likely near the top of our list.  Time scarcity, the feeling of never having enough time, is something we feel at some point in our week, month, or year.  This barrier, lack of time, gets in the way of eating well too.  As we […]

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Tags: Blog, Eat Well, Food, Nutrition