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Duke Diet & Fitness Center Program Changes

June 26th, 2020

(This announcement is being hosted on the Duke Integrative Medicine while updates are made to the Duke Diet and Fitness website). We’re writing to let you know that we are making some changes to our programs at the Duke Diet & Fitness Center to continue providing the best care possible to our clients. For many years we have had a residential-style program ...

Seven Ways to Use Spices

June 15th, 2020

By: The Duke Health & Well-Being Nutrition Team Spices, derived from intensely flavored flowers, fruits, seeds, root or bark, can transform the most basic of dishes. Add some kick to steamed green beans with ginger, liven up a grilled chicken with cinnamon, or blend turmeric into your next smoothie! The Duke Health and Well-Being Nutrition team created the Seven Ways ...

Seven Ways to Use Herbs

June 15th, 2020

By: Duke Health and Well-Being Nutrition Team Make herbs the highlight of your next dish! Add fresh or dried savory leafy herbs to elevate the flavor and appeal of the most basic of dishes. Combine fresh basil with grilled vegetables, cilantro with mixed salad greens, or chives into a favorite dip. The Duke Health and Well-Being Nutrition team created the Seven ...

Get Comfortable Cooking with Herbs and Spices

June 15th, 2020

By: Joanne K. Gardner, MS, RDN, LDN, Integrative Nutritionist, Duke Integrative Medicine Herbs and Spices: What is the difference? Herbs Herbs are always the leaves of plants. Many herb plants are "herbaceous" (non-woody) and the stems are tender and flavorful, but some herbs have tough, woody stems. Mostly we use herbs for savory purposes in cooking, and when compared to spices, we ...

Sometimes Love is the Missing Piece Needed to Heal

June 2nd, 2020

By: Deborah Ballard, MD, MPH, Duke Integrative Medicine I have been a physician for over 30 years. I have known thousands of people as patients. Most patients who seek out an integrative medicine physician want advice on how to live a long, healthy life. Of course, I always talk about the basics of sleep, nutrition, physical activity, avoiding toxins, and stress ...

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