Patient News

  1. Strawberry Season is Here!

    Strawberry season is upon us! Strawberries are nutritious and can be included in any meal or snack of the day! Strawberries contain plenty of nutrients such as vitamin C, folate, and fiber.1   Fun Strawberry Facts: California is the largest producer of domestically grown strawberries, supplying almost 90% of the strawberries grown in the United States.2 […]

  2. The Truth About Dried Fruits

    Dried fruits are sweet on their own, but some food manufacturers will add sugar to dried fruits to make them even more palatable. Be cautious about added sugars with dried fruits. The sugars listed on the food label include sugars natural to the food as well as added sugars, so it is difficult to determine […]

  3. Healthy Super Bowl Desserts

    Do you like to have a sweet treat while watching the Super Bowl? Why not try a healthier dessert, so that you can enjoy something sweet without a lot of calories and fat! Lower calorie desserts can be quite tasty and satisfy a sweet tooth! We commonly bring finger foods to a party such as […]

  4. Cranberries

    Every autumn, usually from mid-September until around mid-November in North America, cranberries are ready for harvesting. Cranberries come from bogs, an area of soft, marshy ground with acid peat soil, usually near wetlands, where the cranberries grow on long-running vines. You can find them all over North and South America. Wet harvesting is when the […]

  5. Healthy Microwave Recipes

    There are plenty of times in our lives we are not in the mood to turn on the stove, preheat the oven, or fire up the grill. Take out and fast food allow us to eat quickly, but do not always have the healthiest options. There are plenty of recipes online that solely use the […]

  6. Nutrition Classes Offered at WIMC

    Improve your health with our registered dietitian, Kaitlin Slone, RDN, LDN. What You Get: Expert Education & Training Hands-on learning and group discussion with a registered dietitian. All educational materials for the class are provided. Learn About: Reading Food Labels Diabetes Nutrition Plant Based Meals Using Technology for Healthy Lifestyles Diet for Healthy Hearts Nutrition […]

  7. What is A2 Milk?

    According to the literature, more than 10,000 years ago, and before they were domesticated, cows produced only the A2 beta casein protein.1 Around 8,000 years ago a natural gene mutation occurred and was passed on to many breeds.1 Slowly, the A1 beta casein variant became dominant in milk.1 While dairy herds in many parts of […]

  8. WIMC Now Offering Continuous Glucose Monitoring

    Wake Internal Medicine is now offering Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) for our Diabetic patients with the iPro device. The iPro monitor is a small, waterproof device. A tiny sensor is inserted under the skin and monitors your glucose continuously throughout the day giving us over 280 readings per 24 hours. This is beneficial for identifying […]

  9. October is Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month!

    MUAM is held annually in October to create awareness of the role diagnostic medical sonographers play in the medical community and to educate the public about medical ultrasound and its many uses in healthcare. MUAM is a joint effort of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM), American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS), […]

  10. 6 Delicious Low Calorie Drink Ideas

    Do you like a beverage with a little more pizzazz than plain old water?  There are plenty of other beverage options available.  This list is a great example of how low calorie beverages don’t have to include sugar or artificial sweeteners to be tasty!  Cheers! Plain water is a great choice, but can be boring […]

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