In the US today about 68 million people are living with high blood pressure (hypertension). It’s a serious condition that can lead to coronary heart disease, kidney failure, heart failure, stroke and other health problems.
Two leading deaths related to… Continue reading
Beans for low sodium cooking with Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Cindy Kleckner
Cindy Kleckner, registered dietitian and co-author with Rosanne Rust of the Hypertension Cookbook For Dummies and I were talking about some of the benefits of these little powerhouses of nutrition.
This is an adaptation of our discussion at the Cooper Nutrition & Health Expo in March during National Nutrition Month. (To see the video go to “In honor of Meatless Mondays, the benefits of beans.”) Continue reading
16oz whole wheat rigatoni, dry Leftover from rotisserie chicken (3/4c white, 1/4c dk meat)* 2oz sugar snap peas 3/4 red onion 40 cherry or grape tomatoes 1c chopped carrots 1/3 c Newman’s Own Light Balsamic Vinaigrette 2T… Continue reading
Video: Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Cindy Kleckner talks about the benefits of beans!
I’ve long been a fan of beans. Not much of a meat eater so it’s a great way for me to get my protein. I had… Continue reading