Monthly Archives: October 2011

Announcing the PLC Weight Loss and Diabetes Management Programs

The Princeton Longevity Center is happy to announce that we now offer two fantastic Lifestyle Management programs for Weight Loss and Diabetes Management. These programs involve working one-on-one with our Registered Dietitian and Exercise Physiologist to develop individualized plans to … Continue reading

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Recipe of the week — Low-fat Spinach and Broccoli Casserole

Keep your immune system strong during the cold and flu season with this Vitamin C-rich dinner meal the whole family can enjoy. Ingredients: 10 oz frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained 10 oz frozen chopped broccoli, thawed and drained 1 … Continue reading

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Feel The Burn…Post-Exercise!

High intensity interval training has received much attention lately for its role in increasing excess post-exercise oxygen consumption, also known as EPOC.  Some believe that with an increase in EPOC, there is also a significant increase in the amount of … Continue reading

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Just in time for Halloween – More health benefits of Chocolate revealed

A study was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology this month that examined the relationship between chocolate intake and health outcomes. This 10 year longitudinal study examined the diet and lifestyle factors of over 33,000 Swedish … Continue reading

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What’s the Real Deal with Calcium and Vitamin D?

We know that calcium is good for our bone, and that Vitamin D comes from the sun. And we also know that putting these two micronutrients together creates a powerful weapon against a number of diseases. So then why does there … Continue reading

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How 15 Minutes Can Turn Into 3 Years

By now I am sure you have all seen the Geico commercials claiming 15 minutes can save you a ton of money on your car insurance. While this may be true, the same 15 minutes could add 3 years to … Continue reading

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Recent Comprehensive Exam Inspires A Blog Article

This past week one of our patient’s was so impressed with his exam, he felt compelled to write a blog article inspired by his visit to the Princeton Longevity Center. Hi Andrea and Dr. Rumberger, I wanted to thank you again for … Continue reading

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Recipe: Edamame Hummus

With school back in session, many parents are looking for quick, healthy after-school snacks. This tasty hummus is a great choice! Keep a pre-made bowl in your refrigerator and pair it with some whole grain crackers, raw vegetable sticks or … Continue reading

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Are these cancer-fighters on your food shopping list?

• Green Vegetables, Dried Fruit, Legumes & Brown Rice According to Loma Linda University research, eating legumes at least three times per week and brown rice at least once per week was linked to a reduced risk of colon polyps … Continue reading

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