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Sarah Anzlovar, M.S., RDN, LDN

Sarah Anzlovar is a registered dietitian and owner of a virtual private practice, where she helps busy women ditch diets and learn to eat to feel their best without the stress. In her free time, you can find her in the kitchen trying new recipes, perusing a farmers' market, on a run or chasing after her toddler and golden retriever.
You can breathe a little easier knowing these foods are healthy and delicious!
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Confused at the grocery store? This list will help you pick out the best food options for your heart.
Often enjoyed on summer vacations, lobster is a true specialty food. But is it good for you? Here we explore the nutritional benefits and potential reasons to limit lobster consumption
Cognitive decline effects one in nine adults, and can show up as early as your mid-40's. Help prevent cognitive decline by avoiding these lifestyle habits.
What you eat (or don't) can make a big difference in your brain health throughout your life. Learn which foods to add to your diet, and which ones you should limit to improve memory and learning, and reduce risk of age-related cognitive decline.
What you eat—or don't—can play a big role in your digestion, and ultimately your overall health. Add these foods to your diet for healthy digestion.
When you need a little something between meals, grab one of these dietitian-approved packaged snacks for diabetes to help keep blood sugar stable and your stomach full.
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If you have a family history of dementia or Alzheimer's, taking care of your brain as you age is incredibly important for reducing your own risk of these diseases. Start incorporating these lifestyle changes today to protect your brain.
Taking care of your body means taking care of your brain, too! These tips help keep your thinker in great shape.
When you need a little something between meals, grab one of these dietitian-approved packaged snacks for diabetes to help keep blood sugar stable and your stomach full.
If you have a family history of dementia or Alzheimer's, taking care of your brain as you age is incredibly important for reducing your own risk of these diseases. Start incorporating these lifestyle changes today to protect your brain.
Taking care of your body means taking care of your brain, too! These tips help keep your thinker in great shape.
What and how much you eat can impact your hormonal health and menstrual cycle. Learn about the best foods to eat to support a healthy cycle as well as which foods may be better at different times of the month.
Here's what to know if you're thinking about cutting grains from your diet.
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Want to live a long, fruitful life? What you put on your plate could make a major difference. In addition to following an overall healthy eating pattern, moving your body regularly, and incorporating other healthy lifestyle habits, these nine foods could improve your health and increase longevity.
It's a classic dinner staple that's versatile and budget-friendly, but is it actually good for you? Here, we break it down for you.
Keep these healthy snacks on hand to boost your nutrient intake and tame afternoon hanger.
This list of both dairy and non-dairy foods includes the best options to meet your calcium needs. Plus, see the five foods with more calcium than a glass of milk.
Add these 10 healthy foods to your grocery list to keep on hand for fast, easy, nutritious lunches that you actually enjoy eating.
Some of the healthiest foods you should add to your dinner rotation right now.
These snacks can promote heart health and keep you satisfied between meals.
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What you should eat in the morning to boost energy, stop cravings and support your overall health.
You know it tastes good (and costs extra), but can this creamy dip be good for you too? Here, we take a closer look.