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Zoodles? Say what?

May 5nd, 2017

by Abby Forman, MS RD Registered Dietitian You may have noticed a new colorful trend popping up around online and in restaurants – zoodles.  This is the term for using a spiralizer on zucchini to make a noodle substitute.  They work great for those looking for a lower carbohydrate option to regular pasta or a […]READ MORE

Healthy Diet May Help You Live Longer

March 3th, 2017

When you’re planning meals, grocery shopping or perusing a restaurant menu, are you wondering which foods might help you live longer? It’s not such a far-fetched question when you consider the results of a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. About half of all U.S. deaths from heart disease, stroke and Type […]READ MORE

We Salute our Registered Dietitians!

March 3th, 2017

At Bon Secours In Motion Physical Therapy and Sports Performance, we do our best throughout the year to show our appreciation to all the hard working registered dietitians (RD’s) who assist patients and clients at all of our facilities.  Nonetheless, it’s great to see that March 8th is set aside on the calendar as National […]READ MORE

Before/During/After – Hydration and Fueling

March 3nd, 2017

By Abby Forman, MS, RD Running a marathon takes fuel and a lot of it.  When, what, how much? These are the questions to figure out now, before race day arrives.  No one enjoys bonking or hitting the wall on mile 20.  Here are some basic guides for building your marathon fueling strategy to start […]READ MORE

Complex Carbohydrates…Not So Complex To Understand

March 3st, 2017

By Abby Forman, MS, RD Carbohydrates are your body’s main source of fuel. They are used exclusively by your brain (with the exception of ketones) and give us ready-to-use energy for high intensity athletic activity.  There are two kinds of carbohydrates, simple and complex.  Simple carbohydrates are those that only contain one or two molecules […]READ MORE

Shredding Waves and Shredding Weight

January 1th, 2017

Click Here to read about Shaun Devine’s experiences with surfing, athleticism, weight and happiness. READ MORE

Osteoarthritis Pain Relief: 4 Exercises

January 1th, 2017

Osteoarthritis – and its aching joint pain – often keep people from doing one of the best things proven to make them feel better: exercise. Staying physically active helps reduce osteoarthritis pain, improves function, and can positively affect a person’s quality of life, studies show. Regular exercise also helps people sleep better, maintain a healthy body weight and keep […]READ MORE

Health Resolutions for Weight Loss That Work

January 1rd, 2017

Health resolutions to lose weight in the New Year often sound something like this: Lose 10 pounds. Eat healthy. Give up sweets. If only it were so simple. Have you ever wondered why the gym is so crowded in January and February and then deserted by mid-March? How about your own past health resolutions? Did […]READ MORE

Prevent Falling: Simple Tips That Can Help

September 9th, 2016

Many older Americans can prevent injuries if they prevent falling. Falling is the No. 1 cause of injuries and death (due to injury) among older Americans. An older adult falls every second in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In just one year, 29 million falls accounted for seven million […]READ MORE

Fall for Nutrition with Local Produce

September 9th, 2016

Locally-grown fruits and vegetables and fresh oysters make nutrition easy to find in Hampton Roads this fall. It’s one of the perks that come with living in a state that boasts eight oyster regions and one of the most diverse agricultural productions nationwide. From apples and Asian pears to leafy greens and sweet potatoes, Virginia’s fall bounty […]READ MORE