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[KSTP TV, August 25, 2019]   Heading to the State Fair means taking on extra calories from fried foods and sweets. Allina Health's Amy Pleimling says that doesn't need to be the case.
August 25, 2019
[KARE 11, August 21, 2019]   Two million people are expected to make their way to the State Fair this year. Many of them may over-indulge on food from over 300 food stands. Read more.
August 21, 2019
[WCCO-TV, July 24, 2017]   It’s no secret that probiotics are popular. But, with more and more foods and supplements to choose from, it’s becoming harder to know which products are actually getting to our gut.
July 24, 2017
[KARE 11, June 13, 2016]   The way we think about and look at food is changing. The FDA is giving nutrition labels on all food packaging a makeover.
June 13, 2016
[The Alley, January 18, 2016]   On December 1st, Abbott Northwestern Hospital and Allina Health announced that they were putting into action a new food and beverage policy starting in 2016. These changes will include removing sugary drinks and deep-fat fried foods from all cafeterias, vending machines and gift shops.
January 18, 2016
[KSTP TV, January 07, 2016]   The latest federal dietary guidelines, what the USDA and Department of Health and Human Services think we should eat to stay healthy, have just been released. United Hospital registered dietitian Lauren Brommerich talked with KSTP-TV News about what these new guidelines mean for us.
January 07, 2016
[WCCO-AM, October 28, 2015]   After thoroughly reviewing the accumulated scientific literature, 22 experts from 10 countries classified the consumption of red meat as probably carcinogenic to humans, mainly for colorectal cancer, but associations were also seen for pancreatic cancer and prostate cancer. Processed meat was classified as carcinogenic to humans based on sufficient evidence in humans that the consumption of processed meat causes colorectal cancer.
October 28, 2015
[KMSP-TV, August 20, 2015]   A new study is showing that no matter how often you hit the gym, you can't out-exercise a poor diet. Michael Miedema , MD, a cardiologist with Minneapolis Heart Institute at Abbott Northwestern Hospital , talked about the issue on KMSP-TV's "The Buzz."
August 19, 2015
[WCCO-AM, August 12, 2015]   A new study is showing that no matter how often you hit the gym, you can’t out-exercise a poor diet. Michael Miedema , MD, a cardiologist with Minneapolis Heart Institute at Abbott Northwestern Hospital , talked about the issue with WCCO-AM's Jordana Green.
August 12, 2015
[Star Tribune, March 07, 2015]   Blois Olson’s ankles hurt so much that the pain made him walk “like an old man.” The St. Louis Park man consulted his doctor, who told Olson he had early arthritis and recommended a supplement — glucosamine — for relief. For the next six months, Olson downed glucosamine tablets every day.
March 07, 2015