Step Ahead's Dietitian, Sari Greaves on the Dr. Oz again!
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Local Dietician Featured on Dr. Oz Show This Coming Week
Far Hills, NJ - April, April 2, 2012 2012 - Sari Greaves, RD, a registered dietician and director of nutrition at Step Ahead Wellness Center will be featured AGAIN on the Dr. Oz show this coming Wednesday, April 4th. Prior to working at Step Ahead, Greaves worked at New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell (NYPH-Cornell) in New York City for five years, and she appears regularly on Foxnews.com nutrition videos, has been a spokesperson for the American Dietician Association and has also co-authored a book, Cardiac Recovery Cookbook (Hatherleigh Press, 2005) as well as many other professional speaking engagements. Sari Greaves had been featured prior on the Dr. Oz show in November, 2011 where she showcased her anti-aging smoothies. Obviously, a big hit both on the air and with her nutrition healthy recipes, she has been asked to make another appearance to display her expertise in healthy foods and recipes. The upcoming featured episode has made the front cover of TV Digest this week, so you can check out the details of the episode! At Step Ahead Wellness Center, Sari adds her expertise in nutrition and healthy cooking in a compassionate and detailed manner where she is a huge hit with all of her clients.
\"Sari\'s recipes have made my weight loss journey simply delicious!\"
All interested viewers are welcome to come watch with Sari and the staff of Step Ahead Wellness Center on Wednesday, April 4th at 4pm where we will air her episode and her recipes.
Step Ahead Wellness Center in Far Hills, NJ, is the premier weight loss center in the tri-state area. It is a physician directed weight loss program that features Sari, our registered dietician, Noelle Lusardi, our certified personal trainer and Dr. Deborah L. Neiman, a board certified internist. We offer a variety of weight loss programs to meet your needs as well as the Optifast weight loss program and also offer an on-site personal training center for all your fitness needs.
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Sari Greaves on the Dr. Oz show!
Sari Greaves quoted on MSN
Healthy Eating Tips
8 Pet Peeves of Top Dietitians
These nutrition gurus dole out advice left and right, and they have some serious beefs when it comes to the current concepts of food
Dietitian Pet Peeve #1: Replacing Meals with Energy Bars
Just because energy bars come in tiny packages that say they’re loaded with vitamins and minerals doesn’t necessarily make them a healthy choice. “A lot of them are nothing more than glorified candy bars,” says Sari Greaves, RD, nutrition director for Step Ahead Weight Loss Center in New Jersey. Not only can many be packed with enriched white flour, high fructose corn syrup, and other sweeteners, but also saturated fat and little fiber. “If you eat them in addition to meals, that’s an extra 300 to 400 calories in your day, which most of us can’t afford,” she says.To read the full article click here
Sari Greaves quoted on Healthiest Ways to Eat from a Can | Fitbie
Healthiest Ways to Eat from a Can
Sharpen your can openers! You can turn convenient canned foods into healthy meals with these expert tips
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Soon enough the cold weather will creep in and that trip to the grocery store will seem like a trek through the Himalayas. Luckily, you can cut down on the time you spend trudging through a frigid parking lot and still eat healthy by stockpiling a few canned essentials. We know, we know… Hearing that something is canned immediately sends up a red flag that what you’re about to eat may be on the salty side or contain lots of sugar. But the following dietitian-approved tricks help boost the healthiness of ready-made foods. “The key is to know a few savvy ways to spin a can into a balanced meal,” says Sari Greaves, RD, nutrition director at Step Ahead Weight Loss Center in Bedminster, NJ. Read on for six tips to stock up smart. Click here to read the full article!
- Dr. Neiman has been selected as one of New Jersey's Top Doctor's in 2011 in the Star Ledger Inside Jersey Magazine.
Dr. Neiman will be the Keynote Speaker at the Senior Health Summit in Basking Ridge, NJ on October 20th, 2011
Dr. Neiman featured on the Physician Panel at the Women's Health Summit in Morristown, NJ.
Doctors Who Make a Difference
by Patti Verbanas, with additional reporting by Liz Donovan
For six months, we have been asking our readers and members of the NJ medical community to share stories about “Doctors Who Make a Difference.” We wanted to learn about doctors’ under-the-radar efforts that are improving their communities and the lives of their patients on very personal levels — and recognize them for their efforts.
Wow! The flood of mail we received! Our office was inundated with tales of philanthropic professionals whose efforts are changing lives — in addition to saving them. We learned about physicians whose compassion made difficult times for patients more manageable — acts of kindness and determination that resonated with our readers. We discovered doctors who put their patients’ well-being first to extraordinary extents, doctors who readers wrote were “the answer to their prayers.”
The one thing we learned in reporting on these “Doctors Who Make a Difference” is this: New Jersey not only boasts some of the top doctors in the nation — they are also professionals dedicated to making our state and our individual lives significantly better.
Here are some of their stories.
There is no stronger patient testimonial for a doctor who has made a difference than this one written about Deborah Neiman, MD: “I am here today because of her diagnosis.” A number of readers wrote in to commend Neiman, an internist at Somerset Medical Center, for her Step Ahead weight-loss center in Bedminster and the special care she takes with patients. “Even if she is busy and behind,” one patient says, “she stops and takes time out for you.”
After Three of Her Family Members Succumb to Illness, Bridgewater Native Raises Awareness for Rare Disease
Joan Olszyk has survived unspeakable tragedy with the losses of her husband and two of her three children, who all succumbed to the same disease—but now a walk is being held though Somerset County to provide awareness of that little-known disease in honor of Hillsborough's Olszyk family.
On April 10, a charity 5K walk will begin at the offices of Dr. Deborah Neiman in Bedminster, and supporting the Loeys-Dietz Syndrome Foundation. Read More
Sari Greaves, Rd, was recently quoted in MSN's Fitbie, discussing the pros and cons of some of the fast foods and their nutritional value. Check out her remarks at:
Dr. Neiman was recently selected for Castle and Connelly's Top Doctor's in Metro Area, 14th Edition:
read more www.castleconnolly.com
- Step Ahead's Nutrition Director, Sari Greaves, video series on Celebrity Diets & Fitness :http://www.healthguru.com/expert/sari-greaves
- Sari Greaves, RD, was recently quoted in msn.com regarding help with picking healthy foods while shopping. Check out Sari's healthy tips at:
- Sari Greaves, RD, was recently quoted in mainstream.com, discussing the pros and cons of choosing a Healthy Cereal for breakfast. Follow Sari and her discussion at: http://www.mainstreet.com/slideshow/lifestyle/food- drink/delicious-guide-healthy-cereals
- Dr. Neiman was recently interviewed in MDNEWS regarding the obesity epidemic, it's causes and ways to improve our lifestyle and fight back! Read the article at:MD News - Stepping into the Obesity Epidemic, www.mdnews.com
- Sari Greaves, RD, was recently quoted in Men's Fitness magazine, speaking on the benefits of Vitamin E supplements, read her comments at; http://www.mensfitness.com/nutrition/supplement_guide/362
- Sari Greaves, RD, was recently quoted on WEBMD, speaking about the pitfalls of common diet mistakes. View Sari's comments at; http://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/features/healthy-diet-mistakes
- Dr. Neiman was recently quoted in the June/July issue of NJ SAVVY LIVING, read the article and her tips for keeping in shape over the summer at:www.NJSAVVYLIVING.com, http://www.njsavvyliving.com/?q=node/1145
- Sari Greaves, RD, was quoted in an article in Fitness magazine, read the tips on staying fit and eating healthy: 141_NTNWS.pdf
- Sari Greaves, RD, recently quoted in article in Washington Post, regarding Michelle Obama's cleanse, go to: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/08/24/AR2010082403236.html
- Step Ahead appears in Newsweek Magazine
View Article Here!- June 2010
- Fox News' Online Weight Loss Series with Step Ahead's Sari Greaves
If the thought of wearing a bikini in just a few short weeks puts you in panic mode, you are not alone. With the help of registered dietitian, Sari Greaves, Fox News created a new online weight loss series to help two lucky viewers, Sharon and Vicki, say buh-bye to excess baggage and get beach body ready. And we want you to follow along! Everyday on our blog we'll post menus, workouts, recipes, and tips to help you live healthier, lose weight and keep it off!
Watch the video below to see how we're making it happen!
- Step Ahead featured on ABC Nightly News
http://abclocal.go.com, January, 2009
Step Ahead Weight Loss Center was recently featured on ABC Nightly News as part of their Health and Fitness Segment during Oprah Winfrey's Healthy Life Week. Step Ahead was featured because of their unique and comprehensive approach to weight loss, nutrition and healthy lifestyles. The link to view the video of this segment is:
- Building Muscle
myfoxny.com, November 2008
Working out to build muscle mass takes the right combination of exercises. Dr. Sapna Parikh visited a local gym for the tips.
America's Top Doctors Award
Dr. Neiman was recently added to the very prestigious "Top Doctors of the New York Metro Area", Castle Connelly Ltd, 13th edition. For more information on the Castle Connelly List, vist www.castleconnelly.com
- NJ TOP DOCS
Dr. Neiman was recently named as one of the Top Docs in New Jersey for 2010 in the Star Ledger New Jersey Magazine. visit at www.castleconnelly.com
- America's Top Doctors Award
Dr. Neiman was recently added to the very prestigious "Top Doctors of the New York Metro Area" list, Castle Connolly Ltd 12th Edition. For more information, visit www.castleconnolly.com
- Healthy Treats for the Holidays
liverightlivewell.com, December 2008
If you've got a sweet tooth, chances are you anticipate the holidays with both excitement and dread. After all, even the most resolute intentions can crumble when you're faced with a whipped cream-topped wedge of pecan pie or your favorite holiday cookie.
- Snack on "Brain Food"
mycentraljersey.com, September 2008
You likely have uttered the phrases "Where did I leave my keys?" or "I just forgot what I was going to say" at some point in your life. Maybe you're tired or stressed — or maybe there's an eating connection. Your brain might be trying to tell you something.
- How To Not Ditch Your Diet
mycentraljersey.com, August 2008
Can't resist the urge to bite into a juicy steak or chow down on a cheeseburger straight off the barbecue? These summer indulgences might make us giddy, but they also can make us feel guilty.
- The Pizza Makeover
foxnews.com, October 21, 2008
There's nothing worse than going out for pizza when you're on a diet.
- 8 Fixes Nutritionists Want on Food Labels
usnews.com, October 17, 2008
Starting in December, packages of M&M's and Skittles will have a new nutrition stamp that will show in simpler terms the percentage of daily recommended fat, salt, sugar, fat, and saturated fat levels each serving contains.
- Your No. 1 Weight Loss Weapon
www.womenshealthmag.com, October 2008
Screw self-restraint. We've got a better plan: Stuff yourself silly. There's a way to fill your mouth and your stomach without doing the same to your yoga pants. It's called fiber, and if you still think of it as something Grandma stirs into her OJ to stay regular, you need a serious update.
- Don't Give Breakfast the Brush Off
foxnews.com, October 2008
How could breakfast think you actually have time for it? The nerve! You’ve heard some chatter about it being the most important meal of the day, but you have places to go and people to see. You’ll have eggs for dinner one night to make up for the neglect.
- I started jogging to get rid of a few pounds. Sadly the only thing getting smaller is my chest. Help!
SELF Fitness Magazine, Q&A, October 2008
There's no outrunning this one, alas: You lose weight where you tend to gain it, which is largely determined by genetics. For many women, that means the hips, thighs and, you guessed it, breasts."Fat storage is often concentrated in these areas as nature's way of preparing the body for childbearing," explains Sari Greaves, R.D., a spokeswoman in Bedminster, New Jersey, for the American Dietetic Association.
- The Plus-Size Fitness Revolution
www.essence.com, October 2008
Say goodbye to gym intimidation. A new wave of instructors, classes and fitness facilities are focusing on making full-figured women feel more comfortable and confident while they get in shape.
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