Despite diagnoses increasing by 377 percent between 2007 and 2016, demographic data on the roughly 32 million food allergy patients is limited. However, according to a study published in March 2020 of more than 23 million children nationwide receiving Medicaid benefits, Native American children were 24 percent less likely than their white peers to have a diagnosed food allergy.
CPN Diabetes Program Dietitian Maggie Gilbert discusses ways to keep eating healthy while “normal” life is disrupted.
Since opening in 2001, FireLake Discount Foods has developed a reputation for being committed to low prices. Although this commitment has served the store well, management believed it was time to build on this strength and provide a better overall experience for staff, vendors and most importantly, customers, by achieving retail excellence in all areas of the business. “We took a look at everything we do. Read More »
On a daily basis CPN Healthy Heart Coordinator and Dietitian, Torie Fuller MS RD/LD, guides patients of all ages on how best to live a healthier life. Through dieting advice to ideas for heart healthy activities, Fuller focuses on being creative and bringing fresh suggestions to those she serves. This year, the CPN dietitian provided Read More »
Whether pistols are firing or the Sooner Schooner is making its rounds, football season in Oklahoma brings friends and family together to cheer on their favorite team. One common factor that goes with football, family and friends is food. This year, don’t let your waist grow with your ego as the team is making a Read More »
With rates of childhood obesity and diabetes rising, now is the perfect time to reverse those numbers. CPN Dietitian, Torie Fuller MS RD/LD, offers ideas and knowledge on how to kick start those healthy habits as the school year begins. “Some ideas to get your kids eating healthy are to be creative with your meal Read More »