Category: Healthy Eating

Should I Worry About Empty Calories?   

The American diet has been changing over the decades, and by all measures it hasn’t been for the better. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Americans are eating over 20% more calories today than they were in 1970. A significant portion of that increase has come from what are sometimes described as […]

Making the Clinical Case for Avoiding Alcohol After a Weight Loss Procedure

The prevalent use of alcohol in American society is often tied to social and family relationships, gatherings, and celebrations. Many people also use alcohol for relaxation or to unwind after a long day. A 2021 poll by Gallup, Inc., showed that 60 percent of American adults drink alcoholic beverages and consume an average of 3.6 […]

Five Things You Can Do To Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

As the holidays approach, the joy and anticipation of the season might be overshadowed by feelings of concern or worry—especially for those who are trying to lose weight or maintain a recent weight loss. That’s because food and beverages tend to be at the center of celebratory gatherings with friends, family members, co-workers, and neighbors—and […]

Are Pistachios Good for Weight Loss? 

If you’ve ever tried to lose weight, you know that modifying your diet is a natural place to start the process. Picking the foods you’ll eat, however, can be fraught with uncertainty, especially with all the seemingly contradictory information available online these days. In recent years, foods of all sorts have been studied extensively in […]

Pumpkin Perfection Seven Health Benefits of Your Favorite Fall Melon

From the patch to the porch to the pie to the seeds, pumpkins are a signature symbol of the fall season. Not only are they widely used for autumn décor and enjoyed as a focal point of fall activities, pumpkins are also utilized to create many fall recipes and treats. A common misconception about this […]

What Are the Benefits of a Gluten-Free Diet?

Since around the early 2000s in the United States, one food component has continued to get more and more attention, especially in social and news media: gluten. The interest in gluten has been driven, in part, by a marked increase in the incidence of gluten allergies. Once thought to be a rare condition, it is […]

Weight Loss for Teens: Finding a Healthy Weight  

Being a teenager has always been tough, but the pressure to be thin has perhaps never been greater. Indeed, even as rates of teen obesity have increased over the last 10 years, so also has the number of teens who say they are trying to lose weight. This comes at a time when social media […]

Everything You Need to Know About Antioxidants

Nutritional science—the study of how nutrients affect the maintenance and growth of the body—is a relatively new discipline in the sciences. Prior to the last 40-50 years, it mainly focused on the effects of the deficiency of certain vitamins and how macronutrients like fats and carbohydrates impacted weight and energy. As more research has been […]

Top Summer Recipes from True You Weight Loss

If you’re looking for healthy, summery, True You Weight Loss-approved recipes, you’ve come to the right place. True You Weight Loss registered dietitian and health coach Lori Gooch has compiled these flavorful recipes just for you. Summer Kabobs Serves 4 Ingredients: 2.5 lbs. boneless skinless chicken breasts cut into 1” cubes 1/2 tsp salt (or […]

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