Erin KuhErin Kuh is an ACE certified personal trainer and a registered dietitian, not the food police. She’s dedicated to helping others find balance, translate confusing and overwhelming diet and nutrition information into meals they can eat. Kuh provides the tools to help others reach their goals, whether it’s to lose weight, manage or prevent disease, or perform their best. She is the owner of The Plate Shaper, and works as a consultant dietitian to an acute-care hospital, rehab center and long-term care facilities in the southeastern region of New Mexico, where she lives with her husband and newborn daughter. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter.
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The Power of Potassium

The Power of Potassium

When it comes to heart health and blood pressure, it’s common to associate reducing sodium as the key component to improving blood pressure, but potassium is the other major player in reducing blood pressure and preventing hypertension. How It Works... Read More

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Pasta Salad Makeover

Pasta Salad Makeover

The typical pasta salad usually includes fiber-lacking white pasta, plenty of cheese and slices of ham or salami, and is drenched in dressing, but pasta salad doesn’t have to be notoriously unhealthy. This recipe is elegant enough for a fancy... Read More

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The Salt Debate

The Salt Debate

Put down the pickles, olives, smoked salmon, and soy sauce with your sushi. Pretty much all the good things in life! Oh, and I forgot to mention no more dark chocolate with sea salt. Ugh! While most health professionals agree... Read More

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Bone Broth: The New Bowl of Hope?

Bone Broth: The New Bowl of Hope?

A steaming hot bowl of broth, simmered to nutrition perfection with animal bones for 24 hours. Does it hold healing powers, the ability to diminish joint pain to nil, cure digestive issues, boost immunity, decrease cellulite, and promote overall vitality?... Read More

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Recipes to Increase Your Cruciferous Vegetables

Recipes to Increase Your Cruciferous Vegetables

Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and now kale, are the most popular and most consumed cruciferous vegetables. There are a variety of other vegetables in this nutrition powerhouse family though, including: bok choy, Brussel sprouts, radishes, turnips, and collard greens. Calorie-for-calorie, cruciferous... Read More

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Avoid the Key Dieting Mistake

Avoid This Key Dieting Mistake

You need to eat more. This is the opposite of what you’ve probably read, heard, or have been told by your friend who dropped pounds by eating nothing but tuna, carrots, and oatmeal. Over-restricting is, by far, the most common... Read More

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Breakfast Anytime

Breakfast Anytime

Breakfast meals are typically quick and require minimal ingredients and prep time, so you can get out the door in a hurry. They can also be incredibly versatile and provide a balanced filling meal at any time of day. If... Read More