Monthly Archives: March 2012

Grilled Tomato and Brie Sandwiches

INGREDIENTS: 8 (1-ounce) slices 100% whole-grain bread (about 1/4 inch thick) $   1 teaspoon olive oil   1 garlic clove, halved   2 teaspoons country-style Dijon mustard   4 ounces Brie cheese, thinly sliced   1 1/3 cups packaged … Continue reading

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10 Things Dietitians Have To Tell You About Weight Loss

This article published in the March 21st issue of the Chicago Tribune revealed some interesting common  recommendations dietitians and nutritionists have for people looking to losing weigh or improve their overall health with diet. Any patient that has worked with … Continue reading

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Eat Better Today, Not Tomorrow!

Making diet and lifestyle changes to improve your health can often be difficult. Different strategies to implement change work for different people, so being in touch with your body and recognizing your current diet behaviors is key when trying to make healthful changes. … Continue reading

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Is Daily Aspirin Right For You?

You may have already heard that aspirin can lower your risk of heart attacks and some types of strokes.  Now, the news headlines are trumpeting new research that shows that aspirin can prevent cancer, too.  Actually, the research isn’t that … Continue reading

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The Sneeze-free Diet

With spring right around the corner, many of us look forward to getting more time outside in the sunshine. Yet if you are a seasonal allergy sufferer, the early signs of spring such as green tree buds and blooming flowers … Continue reading

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Intensity…The Key That Unlocks Many Doors

Over the past few years, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) has become very popular with the apparently healthy population and for good reasons.  However, it was not being used as a training modality for groups typically considered to be special … Continue reading

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What does A-Rod have in common with Princeton Longevity Center Patients?

Recently, Alex Rodriguez or better known as A-Rod, went through a screening process with the National Academy of Sports Medicine’s CEO, Dr. Michael Clark.  The process is designed to identify muscular imbalances and how these areas of weakness or tightness … Continue reading

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