Kelly Cardamone discusses good and bad foods to eat when living with irriatable bowel syndrome (IBS). IBS is a common disorder affecting the large intestines.
Lunch is a welcome respite in the middle of at the day, providing a break from work and a chance to sit down and refuel the body until dinnertime.
Your Hometown Health Connection Show 29. Kate Glaser talks with Dr. Richard Charles, Chief Medical Officer at General Physician, P.C., Kelly Cardamone, Registered Dietician and Certified Diabetes Educator, and Samantha Will, Director of Clinical Pharmacy Services.
Kelly Cardamone, Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator and Program Director at General Physician is passionate about helping people improve their health. See page 25 for full cover story.
WGRZ-TV Channel 2 interviewed Kelly Cardamone to weigh in on the new federal government nutritional guidelines which took effect January 1, 2021. Watch the video to learn about the updates to recommended sugar intake and alcohol consumption and her simple tips for a healthy year.
Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance our bodies need, but in just the right amounts. High blood cholesterol occurs when we have too much of it in our blood, carried on lipoproteins.
Members of our Nutrition Services team were recently interviewed for an article in WNY Physician Magazine exploring the crucial role good nutrition play in the fight against Diabetes.
The Bee Group Newspapers special publication "Health" featured a conversation with General Physician, PC Registered Dietitian Kelly Cardamone. She shared some advice for readers looking to improve their health through nutrition.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month and GPPC's Kelly Cardamone was featured in an article for the November issue of Buffalo Healthy Living. Kelly, along with two of her patients, share the importance of taking charge of your health and fighting back against Diabetes.
General Physician, PC's Nutrition Services program recently earned National Accreditation from the Diabetes Education Accreditation Program (DEAP). The news was featured online at Buffalo Healthy Living Magazine.
Local Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietitian, Kelly Cardamone, confirms that both diabetes and prediabetes are major problems in the U.S. and across the globe. A study published in the Journal of the Amerian Medical Association revealed that nearly 50 percent of adults living in the U.S. have diabetes or prediabetes (a condition marked by higher than normal blood glucose levels that are not yet high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes).
Kelly Cardamone, Registered Dietitian and educator provides nutritional advice for eating healthy amidst the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables found during the season.