Getting Barry Healthy
Join Barry Roberts every Monday afternoon from 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. for a show called “Getting Barry Healthy with Barry Roberts”.
Barry is trying to eat healthier so why not do a show about it?
Every Monday afternoon Barry talks to experts like dietitians, personal trainers, doctors and nurses and more about health & nutrition. Anywhere from fruits and veggies to fad diets, ways to lose weight, supplements, eating better and anything that makes our life healthier.
This week, tune in for another edition of Getting Barry Healthy with Barry Roberts. He'll be talking with Michelle Poppen from Sanford Worthington about heart healthy foods. February is Heart Health Month. Many foods help keep your heart at its best. Some help lower your blood pressure. Others keep cholesterol in line. Here’s the Top 11 Heart-Healthy Foods:
For this edition of "Getting Barry Healthy," Barry is joined by Michelle Poppen of Sanford Worthington to talk about sugar and how to cut back on your kid's (or maybe even your own!) sweet treats.
Set your kids on a path for lifelong healthy eating by limiting the amount of added sugars they eat. Sweet treats and sugary drinks have lots of calories but few nutrients. Most added sugars come from sodas; sports, energy, and fruit drinks; cakes; cookies; ice cream; candy; and other desserts.
For this edition of "Getting Barry Healthy with Barry Roberts, Michelle Poppen from Sanford Worthington talks about the worst habits destroying your diet.
Michelle Poppen talks about labels on products and what to look for.
Are you having troubles staying on track with your diet and health plan and tired of starting over? Here's a few key steps on how to get back on track - and how to STAY on track.