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The Healthy Weight Blog

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Q&A about Heat Burn

Your Burning Questions on Heart Burn Answered

May 22, 2019

By Diane Botticelli PAC at the Duke Diet & Fitness Center

GERD is the medical term for Acid Reflux and the common description is’ heartburn’.  This condition has...

TV & Weight Gain

Five Tips on How to Take Control Your TV Habit

May 9, 2019

In exploring triggers to overeating, most people find that much of it takes place at night in front of the TV.  TV and food form an unholy alliance for overeaters.  The typical pattern is...

Ancient Grains

Ancient Grains: What Are They and Why Should We Eat Them?

April 26, 2019

Ancient grains are “grains that are largely unchanged over the last several hundred years. Ancient grains recently gained popularity in the US, coinciding with the increasing number of...

Dr. Yancy ADA New Statement about Diabetes

Dr. Yancy on the Expert Panel of the New ADA Position Statement on Nutrition Therapy for Adults with Diabetes

April 22, 2019

All adults with diabetes or prediabetes should be referred to individualized, diabetes-focused medical nutrition therapy at diagnosis and as needed throughout the lifespan as part of an overall...

Optifast success story 3 years later

Optifast®, 3 Years Later

We sat down with Roland Beauchaine, a graduate of the Optifast® program, to talk about his experience with the full meal replacement program offered at the Duke Diet and Fitness Center.   Roland lost 61.7...

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May 22, 2019By Diane Botticelli PAC at the Duke Diet & Fitness CenterGERD is the medical term for Acid Reflux and the common description is’ heartburn’.  This condition has nothing to do with anyone’s heart burning. GERD is the acronym...
May 9, 2019In exploring triggers to overeating, most people find that much of it takes place at night in front of the TV.  TV and food form an unholy alliance for overeaters.  The typical pattern is that after a stressful day, collapsing on...
April 26, 2019Ancient grains are “grains that are largely unchanged over the last several hundred years. Ancient grains recently gained popularity in the US, coinciding with the increasing number of people opting for gluten-free diets. Written...
April 22, 2019All adults with diabetes or prediabetes should be referred to individualized, diabetes-focused medical nutrition therapy at diagnosis and as needed throughout the lifespan as part of an overall care plan with the goal of improving disease...
We sat down with Roland Beauchaine, a graduate of the Optifast® program, to talk about his experience with the full meal replacement program offered at the Duke Diet and Fitness Center.   Roland lost 61.7 lbs., or 23% of his body weight over...

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Q&A about Heat Burn

Your Burning Questions on Heart Burn Answered

May 22, 2019

By Diane Botticelli PAC at the Duke Diet & Fitness Center

GERD is the medical term for Acid Reflux and the common description is’ heartburn’.  This condition has...

TV & Weight Gain

Five Tips on How to Take Control Your TV Habit

May 9, 2019

In exploring triggers to overeating, most people find that much of it takes place at night in front of the TV.  TV and food form an unholy alliance for overeaters.  The typical pattern is...

Ancient Grains

Ancient Grains: What Are They and Why Should We Eat Them?

April 26, 2019

Ancient grains are “grains that are largely unchanged over the last several hundred years. Ancient grains recently gained popularity in the US, coinciding with the increasing number of...

Dr. Yancy ADA New Statement about Diabetes

Dr. Yancy on the Expert Panel of the New ADA Position Statement on Nutrition Therapy for Adults with Diabetes

April 22, 2019

All adults with diabetes or prediabetes should be referred to individualized, diabetes-focused medical nutrition therapy at diagnosis and as needed throughout the lifespan as part of an overall...

Optifast success story 3 years later

Optifast®, 3 Years Later

We sat down with Roland Beauchaine, a graduate of the Optifast® program, to talk about his experience with the full meal replacement program offered at the Duke Diet and Fitness Center.   Roland lost 61.7...

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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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With more than 40-year years of experience in delivering wellness and weight loss programs, the Duke Diet and Fitness Center has established itself as one of the leading weight loss and total body health destinations for health conscious individuals seeking a residential style health program focused on natural weight loss.

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