Food gives us the energy to function at our best every day. When men and women have certain medical conditions that are affected by what they eat, they may be finding that it is difficult to pick foods that can maintain their overall health. This is when the team at Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center… Read More »
Northeastern Arizona patients who are interested in working with a team of professionals in Show Low, AZ to develop a proper diet for their bodies are encouraged to schedule a consultation visit with the team at Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center. Our professionals can provide MNT, or “medical nutrition therapy” for patients who would like… Read More »
Summit Healthcare’s new weight management program can help you reach your goals. Almost 40% of U.S. adults are obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and everywhere you look, another program promises the secret to slimming down. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to weight loss,” says Deepa Hague, FNP, Weight Management Specialist… Read More »
People are choosing to go plant-based for various reasons, but the big three are animals, the environment, and health. The adjustment period of changing their food traditions for a new way of eating and negativity from others can make the transition hard for some people. But, if you’re trying to make big changes for your… Read More »
In January, you resolved to slim down. Are you still as committed to your goal as you were then? If not, don’t worry. There’s still time to set yourself up for success. Need help meeting your weight-loss goals? Call Becky Moffat, R.D., CDE, Summit Healthcare outpatient dietitian, at 928.537.6984 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your heart health depends on everything from your age to family history to what you eat. Managing these varied risk factors may seem overwhelming, but it’s actually much easier than you think. “WHEN IT COMES to family history, you can’t disown your genes,” says George Y. Paik, M.D., FACC, general and interventional cardiologist at Summit Healthcare.… Read More »
Millions of bacteria populate our intestines, helping regulate digestion, immune health, and overall wellness. Here’s how to protect those “good” bacteria when you get sick. BACTERIA THAT CAUSE illnesses are not the kind of bacteria you want lingering in your body. That’s why doctors prescribe antibiotics to kill them off. Eating specific foods when taking… Read More »
Isn’t spring just the best time of year? Everyone is out starting their gardens, and nature awakens almost overnight. You can smell the vibrancy of new life in the air — that is, if you can stop sneezing. Allergies are a part of life. Luckily, you can take steps to alleviate the effects of pollen,… Read More »