Expert Health and Nutrition Tips

A free virtual online class hosted by Providence Cancer Institute will highlight what to eat during cancer treatments, how to manage side effects and how to speed healing.
The Providence Heart Institute coordinates care for patients while providing them with access to leaders in the field and the latest procedures.
Registered dietician, Tanja Pavlovic from the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership, offers 5 tips to plan and sustain a healthy lifestyle now and into the future.
Ready to begin building health habits for life? Providence Medical Group is accepting applications for a Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) offered virtually.
March is National Nutrition Month, so Providence and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics are sharing tips for maintaining healthy diets.
While eating less food and purging after meals may be easy-to-recognize signs your teen has an eating disorder, we highlight some less-obvious signs.
Are you ready for a change this year? Try some of our tips for developing a healthy body, mind and soul.
You can make good food choices, take care of your mental health and stay physically well this holiday season. Here’s how.
The ketogenic diet has helped many people lose weight. Now, researchers are suggesting it can also help those who suffer from multiple sclerosis (MS).
Dig in with these delicious recipes inspired by the rich and diverse culinary cuisine of Spanish-speaking countries.
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), commonly associated with the symptom of heartburn, is a chronic condition that can lead to bigger problems. Providence has world-renowned experts in GERD.
Playing sports is great for mental and physical health. Be sure you’re training the healthiest way possible. Learn more from our sports medicine experts.
Providence St. Mary's clinical nutrition manager discusses how best to achieve your healthy eating goals.
Learn about the health benefits of a traditional Asian diet at this free, online education event presented by Providence Cancer Institute and the Asian Health & Service Center.
This summer, follow our tips for staying hydrated, knowing which foods to eat for your health and adding more fruits and vegetables into your diet.
Providence pediatricians Lisa Hoang and Jonathan Maynard share insights on what causes picky eating and what parents can do to change those habits.
A Providence health expert answers men’s health questions and shares insight on the role nutrition plays in men’s overall health.
With simple, adaptable lifestyle choices and habits, you can pave the way for a healthier aging journey.
Get back on track with your New Year’s resolution to eat well by making small changes.
Here's a rundown on MyPlate and how you can use it to eat smarter during every meal.