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What's good for your heart is also good for your brain. That's the basis of focusing on nutrition, exercise, community and stress reduction to improve brain health. On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with experts on how lifestyle changes might help prevent strokes and even dementia. 6:30 PM on HPR-1

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It's time for 2020! Lots of us will make New Year's resolutions to work on eating healthier, exercising more, and getting in shape. On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with a nutritionist about the best ways to achieve goals and still eat delicious food in the process.

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Wikimedia Commons

You are what you eat or so the saying goes and as we learn more about what's really in our food and how it affects our bodies, knowing how to find the best types of ingredients to put in our meals can make all the difference. On this edition of The Body Show, we'll talk to nutrition experts about how to make sure what we eat is as good for us as possible...even if it is dessert.

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Gabriel Kronisch / Flickr

 

  Nutrition for the New Year, how to eat for life, that’s the topic on the next Body Show. If you have been thinking about changing your diet because of diabetes, gout, kidney problems, or just generally feeling healthy, we’ll talk with top nutritionists about how to make your meals the best for your body, today on The Body Show.

The Body Show: Nutrition

Oct 27, 2014

How can the holidays be fun, and healthy? Dr. Peggy Latare, pediatrician from Kaiser Permanente and Certified diabetes educator and nutritionist Sally Belles from Straub Clinic are in the studio to share their tips on keeping active and enjoying some treats during the next two months.

Kona Pacific Charter School
Kona Pacific Charter School

  There's an important link between nutrition and education.  Studies show that students who eat breakfast do better during the school day.  On Hawaii Island, one charter school is addressing its concerns about students eating well with a new program that is the first in the state.  HPR's Sherry Bracken reports from South Kona.

Can you eat during the holidays and still have fun? Nutritionist Sally Belles will help explain how to enjoy all the festivities this week and survive Thanksgiving without gaining weight and losing good eating habits.