Eat Well, Live Well

Eat Well, Live Well

Eat Well Live Well Weight Management Program With a Green Leaf in the Background

What: A Registered Dietitian will help you reach your goals for a healthy lifestyle and learn how small changes can make a big impact to help you lose weight and keep it off!

What can I expect? Group members will weigh in, receive education about healthy living, participate in a group discussion, and wrap up with setting a goal.  Each of the 16 classes will focus on a new topic related to weight management and healthy living. 

How do I start? You can start at any time during the 16 week program.

Who can join? Group is available to anyone who is Family Medicine patient.

When: Monday’s from 10:30-11:30am and 5:00-6:00pm

Cost: Free!  Insurance will not be billed

Where: WVU Medicine at the University Town Centre, check-in with Family Medicine on the 2nd floor

How do I register? Call (304) 598-6900

Events:

Doc in the Kitchen with Judy Siebart, MS, RD, LD, CDE

Healthy Tailgating

Summer Fruit and Vegetables

Comfort Food and Type 2 Diabetes

Nondairy Calcium Sources

Healthy Holiday Meal

Kale Chips and Community Supported Agriculture

Avocado

From a Dietitian's Perspective:

3 ways to live healthier in 2018

Posted 12/27/2017   By Judy Siebart, RD, LD, CDE, MS

New Year’s Day brings with it a promise of good things to come. However, many of us who choose to make resolutions for the coming year do not keep them and tend to slack off after one month.

Athletes and trainers: Here’s how diet can enhance performance

Posted 11/01/2017   By Judy Siebart, RD, LD, CDE, MS

What you eat can improve your athletic performance and enable a quicker recovery from physical activity. Understanding the proper quality, quantity, and timing for food and fluids is vital for athletes and those who exercise regularly.

What’s on your child’s plate? 9 tips to raise healthy eaters

Posted 02/01/2017   By Judy Siebart, RD, LD, CDE, MS

Obesity affects one in six children and adolescents in the United States. Help reduce your child’s risk of obesity-related illnesses, like diabetes and heart disease, with these healthy eating tips.

Answers to Google's Top Health Searches: How many teaspoons of sugar should I have per day?

Posted 10/10/2016   By Judy Siebart, RD, LD, CDE, MS

Let’s face it – we have a love affair with sugar.  Here are some tips from WVU Medicine dietitian Judy Siebart, RD, LD, CDE, MS, to help reduce your sugar intake.

7 Tips for a Heart Healthy Diet

Posted 9/19/2016   By Judy Siebart, RD, LD, CDE, MS

WVU Medicine dietitian Judy Siebart, RD, LD, CDE, MS, gives her recommendations for boosting cardiovascular health through food choices.

Pump up your weekly menu with these power foods

Posted 6/20/2016   By Judy Siebart, RD, LD, CDE, MS

So often we hear about what foods are bad for us. Instead, let’s focus on foods we should eat more often.