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Couple reading nutrition label.

Understanding Food Labels

April 21, 2023

MUSC surgery dietician, Cher, explores food labels and what to look for when selecting food after bariatric surgery.

Plate of egg bites.

Breakfast Egg Bites

April 12, 2023

Egg bites are quick, easy & customizable. MUSC Health dietetic inter, Haleigh Creppel, shares a recipe.

Bowl of Mediterranean Salad

Mediterranean Quinoa Salad

March 07, 2023

Registered Dietitians Amanda, Haley & Cher facilitate behavior change through nutrition counseling for weight loss & maintenance with children through adults.

	At the Supermarket: Handsome Man Uses Smartphone and Looks at Nutritional Value of the Canned Goods. He's Standing with Shopping Cart in Canned Goods Section.

Becoming a Mindful Eater

February 01, 2023

In our busy culture, we often pair eating with other activities such as watching TV, working, or even driving.

Bowl of cauliflower rice.

Cauliflower Rice

December 28, 2022

Substituting cauliflower rice for white rice is a great way to get more antioxidants while reducing calories and carbohydrates.

"Know Your Triggers" written on a piece of paper

Triggers for Unhealthy Eating

December 07, 2022

Whether you’ve had bariatric surgery or not, you likely experience triggers surrounding food quite often, especially around this time of year.

Christmas Family Dinner Table

Healthy Holiday Eating

October 31, 2022

If you’re looking to stay on track this holiday season, check out these tips to help keep the extra weight off.

Classic chicken salad with grapes celery and herbs

Chicken Salad

October 20, 2022

Instead of making your chicken salad with mayonnaise, try using low-fat plain Greek yogurt instead.

Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili

White Bean Chicken Chili

August 31, 2022

Loaded with protein and fiber, this dish is sure to fill you up, and takes less than 30 minutes to prepare.

High Fiber Foods on a wooden background.

Increasing Daily Fiber Intake

August 30, 2022

Foods rich in fiber are often low in calories and fat, yet they are more filling. They may also reduce risk for certain health problems.

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