Got Diabetes? Now What?

Food Nutrition Facts
Were you just diagnosed with diabetes or prediabetes? If so, you probably have a ton of questions about what to do next. Wondering what to eat and when to eat can be very stressful, especially for those that haven’t paid much attention to their diet in the past. [Read more...]

Beet Hummus with Baby Bull’s Blood Beets

Beet Hummus
Have you ever had Baby Bull’s Blood Beets? These beets are the only variety with red roots, stems, and leaves. The roots are tender when young with a rich, earthy, sweet flavor. When young, the leaves are sweet and tend to become increasingly bitter with age. Bull’s Blood beets are harvested when young for their beet greens to be used in salads. [Read more...]

Tropical Blast Smoothie

If you are feeling the need for something light and refreshing, you picked the right recipe! Packed with nutrients and great flavor, your body will thank you for this creamy tropical concoction. [Read more...]

High Protein Egg Muffins with Kale and Ground Turkey

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With this easy make ahead healthy recipe, there is no excuse for missing breakfast! You can make these egg muffin cups ahead of time and freeze in batches or split up in individual servings for each day of the week. Have children that are tired of eating cereal and want something different? Grab these ingredients the next time you are at the grocery store and make on meal prep day. [Read more...]

Greek Salad with Israeli Couscous

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This healthy Greek salad recipe is packed full of fresh flavors. All you have to do is halve cherry tomatoes, thinly slice red onion and roughly chop a cucumber. Add couscous, crumble feta cheese and toss in Kalamata olives. Mix the tangy lemon vinaigrette ingredients in a mason jar and shake to incorporate all the ingredients. Lastly, drizzle the vinaigrette over the top and toss!

This makes a great side salad gets better as it sets so make extra for the next day. For a complete meal, add chicken skewers or your favorite piece of fish and a slice of crusty bread. [Read more...]

Whole-Wheat Blueberry & Oat Muffins

Whole Wheat Blueberry and Oat MuffinsIf you love blueberry muffins, but wish they were a bit healthier, we have a recipe just for you. These 9 ingredient, whole-wheat blueberry and oat muffins are the best tasting healthy muffin ever! [Read more...]

Reduce Your Risk – Self Care Behaviors

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Having diabetes can put you at higher risk for other health related problems such as kidney damage, nerve damage and vision loss. Take steps now to lower your chance of diabetes-related complications. [Read more...]

2018 National Doctor’s Day

Did you know that today is #DoctorsDay? Check out our great NOAH doctors showing off their fun side!

Our Care Team at NOAH are here to help you create and manage your healthy lifestyle habits. Need help setting or sticking to your goals? Call 480-882-4545 today!

The Importance of Colon Cancer Screening

Colon Cancer Risk Factors

Dr. Sahar Zuberi
NOAH Family Physician
Venado Valley Health Center

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the US. It almost always develops from precancerous polyps (or abnormal growths) in the colon or rectum. Such polyps can be present in the colon for years before invasive cancer develops. Screening can help identify these polyps, so that they can be removed before they turn into cancer. [Read more...]

What Can an RDN Do For You?

Erinn Gregory

Erinn Gregory, RDN
Nutrition Educator
Palomino Health Center

While many health professionals can help suggest healthier foods or strategies for better health, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) can help you set a plan for meeting those health goals. Whether you’re focused on weight loss, improving heart health, navigating eating after bariatric surgery, dealing with an adolescent eating disorder, or perhaps dealing with a digestive disorder like acid reflux or a food allergy, or even to improve energy levels, we can help! [Read more...]