Pam Stuppy, MS, RD, CSSD, LD

Pam Stuppy, RDPam is a Registered Dietitian with nutrition counseling offices in York, Maine, and Portsmouth. She is also the nutritionist for Phillips Exeter Academy. Learning about and sharing nutrition and exercise information with individuals and groups has been at the heart of her career for over 30 years.

Obstacles to Healthy Eating
Everyone knows that healthy eating has many benefits, including giving us more energy, helping us to manage our weight, reducing health risks and medical conditions, and making us feel better in general. With all these positive effects, why do so many of us still fall short of meeting the criteria for dietary health? Could it be that some real or perceived obstacles get in the way?
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Grocery Shopping with Diabetes in Mind
The grocery store can be a daunting place if you have blood glucose issues like diabetes. The good news about a diabetic diet is that when done correctly, it can be an excellent example of healthy eating for almost everyone. Instead of restrictions, diabetes patients should think of their dietary guidelines as an opportunity to make positive eating changes that can benefit them in many ways beyond their affliction.
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The Joy of Eating
Healthful eating should be a joyful experience, not a drag. Think about the many benefits it provides. Learn to relate to your food in a positive frame of mind. Banish any form of guilt around food altogether. Focus on getting delicious and healthy meals every day, and you will have limited space for the less nutritious ones. By taking a few helpful steps, you can give your body and brain the energy they need, provide support for your overall health, and make eating a positive rather than a negative event.
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Healthy Meals for Hot Summer Days
Summer and the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables are finally here. These nutrient-packed foods can be part of an infinite number of delicious combinations for your health and eating pleasure. They can be included in everyday fare or in recipes used for cookouts, picnics and other summer events. Here are some ideas for sumptuous dishes that don’t even require heating up your kitchen.
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