Weight Loss Challenge February 2018
About Julie ConnerDr. Julie Conner, R.D., C.D.N., M.P.H., Ph.D., has a B.S. in Nutritional Sciences from Cornell University and a M.P.H. from New York Medical College. She completed her doctorate in Holistic Nutrition with High Honors at Clayton College of Natural Health. She completed her internship at Westchester County Medical Center. Dr. Julie C. Conner is an active member of the American Dietetic Association, Nutrition Entrepreneur's, a practice group of the American Dietetic Association, and the National Association of Nutrition Professionals(NANP). In 1987, Dr. Conner was honored by the American Dietetic Association as Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year. She has both authored and co-authored numerous publications for nutrition professionals. Dr. Conner lectures throughout the country to other nutritionists who wish to open a private practice. Dr. Conner has co-hosted a weight management video, titled "Double Team Your Weigh Down." Dr. Julie Conner has been in private practice since 1983. Presently, Dr. Conner provides nutrition consultant services to over one hundred physicians of all specialties in both the New York and CT areas.
Great Healthy Weighs Weight Loss Challenge 8 Week Weight Loss Challenge(For contestants 18 years old and over) (For contestants 18 years old and over) Initial Weigh-in: Monday, February 12, 2018 Final Weigh-in: Monday, April 9, 2018 Winner will be announced on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 For those who have a high deductible to meet with [...]
You may think that you’re following a low sodium diet because you don’t cook with salt or add it at the table. However, this is far from the truth! Did you know?... 1. Salt is made up of 40% sodium and 60% chloride. 2. About 75% of the sodium that we eat is hidden in [...]
Make your health a priority and follow through on your weight loss and fitness goals. 1. Be realistic. Set attainable goals. The formula for failure is setting goals that are unrealistic. Set small goals that you can achieve and feel good about. 2. Plan ahead. Make sure you plan your healthy meals and snacks in advance. Take what you need [...]
Trim Your Plate to Lose Weight If you find that you're gaining weight, you must not only look at what you are eating, but how much. A good place to start is to know what a standard healthy portion size looks like to use as a guide to compare your own food intake to. [...]
1. Consider the Take Shape for Life Weight loss program. Contact Dr. Julie Conner for more information or visit www.healthyweighs.tsfl.com to view the 80 different mini meal replacement options available. 2. Join an exercise class. An alternative is to join an active meet up group, such as a local cycling group. 3. Drink lots of water. [...]
Dear Dr. Conner, HELP! It's almost the middle of February and I have not achieved any of my new year's health resolutions. I feel fat and overwhelmed with post-holiday stress and the winter doldrums. Can you give me some advice to get started on a healthier lifestyle this year? Blue in Newtown Dear Blue, [...]