Items Tagged ‘Donald Hensrud’

May 8, 2012

Room for Debate Blog – Work With What You’ve Got

By Mystery User

Donald Hensrud is the medical editor-in-chief of The Mayo Clinic Diet and chair of preventive medicine at Mayo Clinic. From my experience with patients, I believe there are actually three issues here: self-image, a fit physique and health, all of which are different. There may be a correlation between a fit physique and good health, […]

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December 19, 2011

For Diet Success, Follow These 10 Tips on Snacking

By Mystery User

 … Go nuts. Most people who are dieting believe they should stay far away from nuts. But nuts “are one of the healthiest snacks around. They’re not digested quickly, so they help you feel full longer,” says Donald Hensrud, M.D., a preventive medicine specialist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. AARP Bulletin, by Nissa Simon […]

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