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The Healthy Weigh Blog

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Five Tips to Get Started on the Mediterranean Diet

By Alyssa King, Dietetic Intern with Meredith College and Duke Diet & Fitness Center

You may have heard that the Mediterranean Diet was named the best diet for 2019....

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Understanding the New Nutrition Facts Label

The nutrition label you are used to seeing is more than 20 years old - so it is certainly time for an update! In an effort to give consumers the information they need to make more informed decisions on the food they...

Donuts at a office desk

Eating at the Office: Tips to Help You Take Control of your Eating Habits at Work

By Abigail Meyer, Dietetic Intern, North Carolina Central University and Duke Diet & Fitness Center

Those cookies in the break room sure look tempting, don’t...

How to talk to your partner about weight loss

The Valentine Weight Loss Vows: How to Talk to Your Spouse About Weight

By Sofia Rydin-Gray, PhD - Behavioral Health Director

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner you may be struggling to come up with creative ideas of how to show your partner and other...

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10 Ways to Drink More Water

By Abigail Meyer, Dietetic Intern with North Carolina Central University and Duke Diet and Fitness Center

Can’t seem to drink enough water? Are you busy and forget to drink enough throughout...

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By Alyssa King, Dietetic Intern with Meredith College and Duke Diet & Fitness CenterYou may have heard that the Mediterranean Diet was named the best diet for 2019. Every year, health experts with U.S. News evaluate and rank various diets that are...
The nutrition label you are used to seeing is more than 20 years old - so it is certainly time for an update! In an effort to give consumers the information they need to make more informed decisions on the food they purchase and consume, the FDA has decided...
By Abigail Meyer, Dietetic Intern, North Carolina Central University and Duke Diet & Fitness CenterThose cookies in the break room sure look tempting, don’t they? And those potato chips in the vending machine are so conveniently located right down...
By Sofia Rydin-Gray, PhD - Behavioral Health DirectorWith Valentine’s Day just around the corner you may be struggling to come up with creative ideas of how to show your partner and other loved ones how much they mean to you.  How about you ditch...
By Abigail Meyer, Dietetic Intern with North Carolina Central University and Duke Diet and Fitness CenterCan’t seem to drink enough water? Are you busy and forget to drink enough throughout the day? Is drinking water ‘not your thing’?Drinking adequate...

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Photo of a variety of Mediterranean Foods

Five Tips to Get Started on the Mediterranean Diet

By Alyssa King, Dietetic Intern with Meredith College and Duke Diet & Fitness Center

You may have heard that the Mediterranean Diet was named the best diet for 2019....

Woman looking at nutrition labels of canned food

Understanding the New Nutrition Facts Label

The nutrition label you are used to seeing is more than 20 years old - so it is certainly time for an update! In an effort to give consumers the information they need to make more informed decisions on the food they...

Donuts at a office desk

Eating at the Office: Tips to Help You Take Control of your Eating Habits at Work

By Abigail Meyer, Dietetic Intern, North Carolina Central University and Duke Diet & Fitness Center

Those cookies in the break room sure look tempting, don’t...

How to talk to your partner about weight loss

The Valentine Weight Loss Vows: How to Talk to Your Spouse About Weight

By Sofia Rydin-Gray, PhD - Behavioral Health Director

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner you may be struggling to come up with creative ideas of how to show your partner and other...

Graphic of Water Bottles

10 Ways to Drink More Water

By Abigail Meyer, Dietetic Intern with North Carolina Central University and Duke Diet and Fitness Center

Can’t seem to drink enough water? Are you busy and forget to drink enough throughout...

Pages

Take the First Step.

Whether you have questions about the Duke Diet and Fitness Center or are ready to take the next step into lifelong wellness, we’d love to hear from you. Call us at 800-235-3853 or fill out the below form. One of our team members will be in touch with you shortly to answer your questions or get you started. 
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