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  • Arlington Heights Dietitian Receives Two Diabetes Awards

    Arlington Heights Dietitian Receives Two Diabetes Awards

    Jacqueline King, an Arlington Heights dietitian, was given two diabetes awards for having lived with diabetes for over 50 years. The first award was given by the Joslin Diabetes Center for living courageously with diabetes for over 50 years. The second award is the Eli Lilly Diabetes Journey Award. This award recognizes those with Type1…

  • Quick and Easy Homemade Applesauce

    Quick and Easy Homemade Applesauce

    Quick & Easy Homemade Applesauce Ingredients: 3 cups (5 medium) cooking apples cored and sliced ¼ cup apple juice 2 tsp. cinnamon 2 tbs. sugar or sugar substitute- can also omit sweetener to reduce calories and carbohydrate Combine apples, apple juice, cinnamon, and sweetener to a 1 ½ quart casserole dish covered. Microwave for 6-7…

  • Fall Means Apple Juice On Daddy’s Head!

    Fall Means Apple Juice On Daddy’s Head!

    Apple picking is one of the first Fall activities that you think of when the season starts to change. Packing the kids up and heading to the nearest orchard is one of my favorite memories. The kids used to love filling up baskets with different apples and then running into the store to get fresh…

  • 10 Healthy Snacks for on the Go

    10 Healthy Snacks for on the Go

    Written By Sarah Pennington, Dietetic Student at Miami University  With fall finally here, and the school year starting to pick up, it’s important to eat a healthy and large breakfast to start the metabolism for the day. However, it’s also important to pack snacks throughout the day to maintain hunger levels. When you get hungry…

  • Powerball Recipe

    Powerball Recipe

    Written By Sarah Pennington, Dietetic Student at Miami University  Powerballs are easy to make, and take on the go. They’re basically a healthier version of a no bake cookie, and there are so many variations, you can constantly change it up. There are a variety of add ins you can add and mix. I love…

  • Making Family Meals a Priority

    Making Family Meals a Priority

    Making Family Meals a Priority Are you concerned about what your child does (and does not) eat? The solution could be as close as your kitchen table. “Gathering around the table to eat as a family has many benefits,” says Jacqueline King, Registered Dietitian with the North Suburban Illinois Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics. “Family…

  • College Kids Are Back to School

    College Kids Are Back to School

                                 College Kids Return to School Send them back with a copy of “Too Busy to Diet” (TBTD) to help them navigate their way to eating healthy. TBTD provides college students with healthy snack ideas, guidelines for easy meals, ways to handle…

  • Back to School Lunch Makeover

    Back to School Lunch Makeover

    Back to School Lunch Makeover Kids are back to school and parents begin another year of making breakfasts, packing sack lunches, preparing school snacks, and scrambling to get dinner on the table. This makes August a perfect month of new beginnings and a time to improve past eating habits! One of the most important things…

  • Meatless Monday

    Meatless Monday

    Written by Sarah Pennington, Dietetic Student at Miami University Whether you are a practicing vegetarian, or an avid meat eater you should take part in “Meatless Monday” with great sources of vegetarian protein to be aware of. According to Choosemyplate.gov, women need about 5 ounces of protein each day, while men need about 6 ounces. Protein…

  • Food Safety For Summer Fun

    Food Safety For Summer Fun

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jacqueline King, MS, RDN, CDE, FADA North Suburban Illinois Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Media Spokesperson Four Ways to Grill Safely this Summer Did You Know? 1 in 6 Americans deal with food poisoning each year, or 48 million people, according to the CDC. How can you keep your family safe…