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Apr 1, 2022
Gastric Sleeve: What to Know About the Surgical Weight Loss Procedure
“It’s important that people get proper nutrition because their stomachs are so much smaller, they don’t have room for foods that aren’t the healthiest,” says Latonya Fore, a certified nurse practitioner specializing in obesity, weight management and nutrition based in Cleveland, Ohio.
Mar 17, 2022
Most People are Getting Visceral Fat This Way
Latonya Fore MSN, APRN-CNP and obesity and weight management specialist tells Eat This, Not That! Health, "Visceral fat can lead to heart disease, stroke and Type 2 diabetes. A sedentary lifestyle, high sugary beverages, stress, and alcohol can contribute to the accumulation of visceral fat.
Mar 15, 2022
Supporting Your Bone Health Is Essential After Menopause
"Calcium is best absorbed through food and beverages, but [for] those unable to meet requirements through diet alone, supplements may be beneficial," said Latonya Fore, M.S.N., A.P.R.N.-C.N.P., a board-certified nurse practitioner in adult-gerontology primary care based in Cleveland.
Feb 22, 2022
First-Generation DNP Student Advocates for Underrepresented Nurses
For Latonya Fore, MSN, APRN, CBN, CSOWM, CCM, a first-generation student in Kent State University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program, the drive to ‘always be learning’ came from a memorable conversation with an undergraduate faculty member.
Feb 15, 2022
Proven Ways Celebs Lose Weight, Says Dietitian
"HIIT cardio is a time efficient way to burn fat and also work all the major muscle groups, to the extent where she keeps looking fit year round."Adds Latonya Fore MSN, APRN-CNP and obesity and weight management specialist
Feb 3, 2022
I Had COVID and This Is the Diet and Exercise Advice I Followed to Recover
Especially with the latest Omicron variant, sore throat is a prominent symptom of COVID. Fore says that people who have a sore throat can boost hydration with tea and other warm liquids, which have the added benefit of soothing a sore throat.
Jan 28, 2022
Change Up Your Diet With Healthy Fats
“Is butter a carb?” The famous Mean Girls line isn’t far off from the way many people question their daily fat intake. Sure, there are good fats and bad fats, but how does one distinguish them, and what does a “healthy fat” really mean?
To help us understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy fats, CircleAround spoke to Latonya Fore, MSN, APRN-CNP, a certified nurse practitioner in adult gerontology primary care and weight management.
Jan 27, 2022
Ways to Lose One Inch of Visceral Fat
We all know about the belly fat that we can see and pinch, but chances are you don't know about visceral fat, an underlying health issue not talked about enough.
Jan 26, 2022
What Should (and Shouldn't) Make You Perspire
Don't sweat the small stuff, unless the small stuff is hyperhidrosis. Sweat can be produced due to a variety of causes, all of which are subconscious, noted Latonya Fore, a certified nurse practitioner in Cleveland.
"Your autonomic nervous system controls your sweating function," Fore explained. "This is the part of your nervous system that functions on its own, without your conscious control."
Jan 18, 2022
Ways to Shrink Visceral fat proven to work
Latonya Fore, MSN, APRN-CNP and obesity and weight management specialist says, "Saturated fats, or fats typically solid at room temperature, are foods such as butter, cakes, bacon, and sausage. Research has shown monounsaturated fats to reduce the inflammatory response in visceral fat foods high in saturated fats contribute to inflammation. Monounsaturated fats such as olive oil, almonds and avocados."
Jan 12, 2022
6 Supplements That Really Do Boost Immunity
There's no shortage of supplements for consumers to choose from, but how do you know which ones actually work? Most experts agree it's better to get your nutrients from food and a proper diet if possible.