Nutrition

Recipes and tips from nutritional specialists to help you feed your body the good stuff

  • Heart-healthy eating with fresh summer produce

    Heart-healthy eating with fresh summer produce

    Learn how to maintain a heart-healthy diet all summer long, including tips for storing fresh produce and healthy grilling recipes.

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  • Battling food insecurity during a pandemic

    Battling food insecurity during a pandemic

    Learn about food insecurity, or inadequate access to food, how the pandemic is making it worse, and where to get help.

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  • How bariatric surgery opened up a whole new world for Jenny

    How bariatric surgery opened up a whole new world for Jenny

    Patient Jenny Gywn shares her bariatric surgery journey and recounts the challenges and successes along the way.

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  • Why bariatric surgery might make sense: A nurse's perspective

    Why bariatric surgery might make sense: A nurse's perspective

    Nurse Janet Klaudt sits down for a Q&A about the pros and cons of bariatric surgery.

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  • Supplying Food Security in Rural Stevens County

    Supplying Food Security in Rural Stevens County

    Health care services are just part of what contributes to our overall health. A community network ensures people have easier access to healthy food.

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  • 10 superfoods that boost brain function

    10 superfoods that boost brain function

    Learn how adding these 10 superfoods to your diet can help boost your brain’s function and improve memory.

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  • Managing weight without the scale

    Managing weight without the scale

    Providence Dietitian Christiann Collins, RD, CDE, CSOWM, answers some common questions about healthy weight loss and nutrition.

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  • Managing irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) with diet

    Managing irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) with diet

    Learn more about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the foods to add or subtract from your menu to help manage your symptoms.

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  • Our commitment to safe food preparation for people with dysphagia

    Our commitment to safe food preparation for people with dysphagia

    Providence is following new international standards to prepare food and drinks appropriately for people with swallowing disorders.

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  • Red flags your diet isn’t balanced

    Red flags your diet isn’t balanced

    Is your diet doing more harm than good? Here are four red flags of an imbalanced diet that could be affecting your overall nutrition.

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  • The health benefits of herbs and spices

    The health benefits of herbs and spices

    Add these four herbs and spices to your kitchen for their great taste — and health benefits.

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  • Electrolytes keep your body balanced

    Electrolytes keep your body balanced

    Here’s how to maintain the proper balance of electrolytes in your body to stay energized.

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  • New nutrition facts labels: What you should know

    New nutrition facts labels: What you should know

    Eating a balanced diet just got easier with the help of the newly updated Nutrition Facts label. Find out how these changes are relevant to your diet and nutrition.

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  • 7 heart healthy swaps for processed foods

    7 heart healthy swaps for processed foods

    Learn how making substitutions in your daily menu to eat whole foods instead of highly processed options can equal big improvements in your heart health.

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  • Orthorexia: When a passion for healthy foods turns into an eating disorder

    Orthorexia: When a passion for healthy foods turns into an eating disorder

    For some people, enthusiasm about eating healthily becomes an obsession. They develop an eating disorder called orthorexia, which can put their health at risk.

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  • How to diagnose celiac disease, wheat allergy and related problems

    How to diagnose celiac disease, wheat allergy and related problems

    Some people cut out gluten or wheat, even if they haven’t been diagnosed with celiac disease or a related condition. Here’s why it’s important to seek a medical diagnosis first.

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  • 7 heart healthy swaps for processed foods

    7 heart healthy swaps for processed foods

    Learn how making substitutions in your daily menu to eat whole foods instead of highly processed options can equal big improvements in your heart health.

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  • When eating disorders hit home: How one doctor supported her teen

    When eating disorders hit home: How one doctor supported her teen

    Are you or someone you love struggling with an eating disorder? Providence psychologist Robin Henderson, Psy.D., understands—because she’s been there, too.

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  • Kimchi: A nutrient boost for better digestive and heart health

    Kimchi: A nutrient boost for better digestive and heart health

    The nutrition experts at Providence highlight kimchi, the traditional Korean dish that adds spice to your menu while providing numerous health benefits.

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  • What can you eat when you have Diabetes?

    What can you eat when you have Diabetes?

    Learn menu planning tips, snack guidelines and food substitutes that help maintain your blood sugar and control your diabetes with balanced nutrition.

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