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Title: Mapleton Medical Center Nutrition Tips


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Mapleton Medical Center
  • Indianapolis, IN

www.mapletonmedicalcenter.com
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About US
  • Dr. Carter-Miller graduated from the Indiana
    University School of Medicine in 1978. She works
    in Indianapolis, IN and specializes in Family
    Medicine and Bariatrician. Dr. Carter-Miller is
    affiliated with Indiana University Health
    Methodist Hospital and St Vincent Indianapolis
    Hospital Heart Center. Mapleton Medical Center
    is a group practice with 1 location. Currently,
    Mapleton Medical Center specializes in Family
    Medicine and Bariatrician with 2 physicians.

www.mapletonmedicalcenter.com
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Mapleton medical center nutrition tips to
improve your life
  • Mapleton Medical Center Professional tips
    provider. The key to a healthy body is nutrition.
    What you eat not only affects how much you weigh,
    but can impact your health in many ways. This
    article will provide you with some simple tips
    and tricks to make sure you are getting the
    nutrition you need for a healthy body.
  • Make sure to eat the proper amount of fruits and
    vegetables a day. If you don't like eating them
    whole, try different ways to eat them. For
    example, spinach can be eaten as dry leaves, in
    an omelet, in lasagna and many other meals. Try
    eating these healthy foods in a different way and
    you may find you eat more of them.
  • If you don't like vegetables, try hiding them in
    different dishes. For example, vegetable lasagna
    is usually enjoyed by everyone, even those who
    don't enjoy the vegetables. This way, you can get
    all the really great minerals and vitamins from
    vegetables without having to eat them in a way
    that you'd rather not.

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Mapleton medical center nutrition tips to
improve your life
  • Mapleton Medical Center Greatest service
    provider. Oranges are a great fruit that you can
    eat in the morning for its high content of
    vitamin C. This is a beneficial option, as it can
    improve the energy that you have during the day
    and reduce stress and anxiety. Oranges can help
    your acne and improve the tone of your face.
  • You want to try and keep a routine with your
    kid's meal times. Try to serve meals and snacks
    at roughly the same time every day. Let your
    child have juice or milk at meal times only, and
    drink water the rest of the time. If they drink
    juice and milk all day, they may not have an
    appetite later.
  • Good nutrition starts at home. If you teach young
    children how to eat properly and introduce them
    to healthy foods early, they will be more likely
    to grow up enjoying a higher variety of healthy
    foods. Proper nutrition also leads to better food
    choices in the long run and less risk of obesity.

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Mapleton medical center nutrition tips to
improve your life
  • Mapleton Medical Center Certified tips provider.
    Drink one cup of green tea everyday as part of
    your daily fluid intake. The caffeine found in
    tea stimulates alertness and can improve your
    mood. Green tea is also a rich source of
    catechins, an antioxidant which scientists
    believe could protect against heart disease and
    prevent the formation of blood clots.
  • A great nutrition tip if you're pregnant is to
    make sure you're getting enough iron. Iron is
    crucial for helping blood carry oxygen throughout
    the body. You need iron as well as your baby. A
    good way to get iron is by taking a supplement or
    you can get it from eating meats.
  • Start your children off right. Early nutrition
    builds healthy eating habits. Giving in to your
    childs demands for high sugar, high fat and fried
    comfort foods will only set them on a path for
    obesity and malnutrition later on. Insist that
    they eat fruits, vegetables, healthy low fat
    proteins and whole grains.

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Contact us
  • Mapleton Medical Center
  • 101 E 34th St
  • Indianapolis , IN, 46205
  • Call (317) 924-4545
  • Website www.mapletonmedicalcenter.com

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