Horsham Athletic Club

400 Horsham Rd

Horsham, PA 19044

beth@horshamathletic.com

beth@nutritionalliving.org

Nutritional Living, LLC

Beth Chiodo, MS, RD, LDN, CHWC

Registered Dietitian/Certified Wellness Coach

© 2016 Nutritional Living, LLC

 

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Thanksgiving will be here before we know it, and tables are packed with celebratory foods that often tend to be high in fat and calories. I wanted to share some tips that will allow you to still enjoy your favorite foods without packing on the pounds this holiday seaso...

Article written for the November edition of The Shuttle, Weaver's Way Co-op's online newspaper. 

The earliest documentation from ancient civilizations points to the use of herbs and spices to enhance everyday life. Herbs and spices were used to protect and preserve food...

I attended a health fair this weekend that was sponsored by our State Senator, Maria Collett. I was honored to host a table and to speak on the topic of nutrition and disease prevention. I’m excited and grateful for the opportunity to reach so many in the community.

Thi...

September 12, 2019

I love watching my kids eat. I love noticing their habits, the way they experience their meals, and their innate ability to determine the very moment they have had enough food. Its mesmerizing really, because as we grow up to be adolescents and then adults, and assimil...

December 17, 2018

Celebrating the holidays with yummy treats is one of the things that makes the holidays so special! Indulging in sweet treats is OK from time to time, but too much sugar can leave you feeling bloated, tired, and overall depleted.

The trick is to satisfy your sweet tooth...

December 12, 2018

There's nothing I love more than a festive cocktail, but many have a ton of added sugar and calories and can easily add up to more than you would consume in a whole meal! The trick is to focus on lighter options and seasonal flavors in order to minimize added sugar and...

New Study Shows Splenda Might Make Crohn’s Disease Worse 

As a registered dietitian who also suffers from Crohn’s disease, this piece of research grabbed my attention. I get asked frequently about the safety of artificial sweeteners, and Splenda has been approved as saf...

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My name is Gina Coleman and I am an intern with Sodexo’s Dietetic Internship, training to become a registered dietitian. I recently graduated from Penn State University this past May with a nutrition dietetics degree and began my internship in September. As an in...

Begin Each Day with a Grateful Heart

February was heart health month, but keeping our hearts healthy is a task that continues all year round! We know that stress can affect various factors that contribute to heart disease, which makes it more important than ever to mana...

Walnuts activate area of brain involved in appetite control

Walnuts have been celebrated for being a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are helpful in reducing cholesterol and promoting overall heart health. However, researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical C...

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