At University Hospitals, we believe achieving and maintaining a healthy weight is a key component of overall health. We encourage our physicians and employees to participate in UH OptiWeight, a weight management program created and taught by University Hospitals registered dietitians and designed to help participants reach their optimal weight.
Realizing that fad diets do not work, UH OptiWeight teaches participants how to make daily nutrition, exercise, and behavior changes that result in lasting weight management and improved health.
10 Things You Should Know About Soybeans and GMOs
July 29, 2014
If you’ve been watching the news or listening to the media, you’ve probably heard a thing or two about GMOs and soybeans.
Grilling is Healthy – Right?
July 25, 2014
We all have learned that grilling is a heart-healthy method of cooking (along with broiling, baking, roasting, microwaving, steaming and stir-frying), and with diseases of the heart still the leading cause of death (597,689 lives lost in 2010) among Americans (CDC); we do, indeed, need to continue to utilize these lower fat cooking methods.
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