Monthly Archives: June 2015

Baby Boomer Banana Split

 By Susan M. Piergeorge, MS, RDN, Nutritionist
Susan’s Baby Boomer Banana Split
Who says a banana split can’t be nutritious? Many Baby Boomers are mindful of what they eat and this can fit the bill. This recipe has protein, calcium and probiotics … Continue reading

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Magnificent Magnesium

By Susan M. Piergeorge, MS, RDN, Nutritionist
Did you know that 78% of Americans consume insufficient quantities of magnesium? What makes this mineral so important?
Magnesium plays multiple roles in our bodies. It is a cofactor that regulates over 300 enzyme systems … Continue reading

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Baby Boomer Crab Cake

Baby Boomer Crab Cake
By Susan M. Piergeorge, MS, RDN, Nutritionist Golden Door
An average fried crab cake has about 230 calories with 60-65% fat and nearly 500 mg sodium. From a nutrition standpoint, crabmeat contains quality protein, along with omega-3 fatty … Continue reading

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