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Let’s Talk About Vitamin D, 2020

Elena Zidaru, MA, RD

Elena Zidaru, MA, RD has been providing nutrition counseling at Community Health Resource Center (CHRC) for over ten years and in this video she shares her expert knowledge on vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin. Elena gives a brief overview of how vitamin is synthesized and the function it serves in our bodies. Elena also talks about research available that describes how vitamin D deficiency can increase risk of diseases from cancer to depression.

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Grocery Shopping Tips: Cooking Demonstration for Quick and Healthy Meals, 2020

Community Health Resource Center’s dietetic intern, Kelly, shows you a quick and healthy meal using healthy ingredients. Kelly uses both fresh and pantry ingredients that can inspire you to explore your own recipes! This is the fourth video in a 4-part mini series by Kelly.

Call CHRC at 415-923-3155 or visit chrcsf.org to inquire about scheduling an appointment with one of our registered dietitians today!


Grocery Shopping Tips: Reading Nutrition Labels, 2020

Community Health Resource Center’s (CHRC) dietetic intern, Kelly, gives a brief instructional video on how to read nutrition labels. During shelter-in-place, we may be consuming more foods with a longer shelf life. With a turn towards less fresh foods, it is more important than ever to be mindful of serving sizes and calorie consumption. This video is the third of four videos in a mini series on grocery shopping tips.

Call CHRC at 415-923-3155 or visit chrcsf.org to inquire about scheduling an appointment with one of our registered dietitians today!


Grocery Shopping Tips: Let’s Talk About Canned Foods, 2020

This is the second video in a mini series by CHRC’s dietetic intern, Kelly Viray. Kelly discusses the value of canned foods during shelter-in-place. She provides a brief summary of canned foods production and how they can help us do our part to minimize exposure during the pandemic.

Call CHRC at 415-923-3155 or visit chrcsf.org to inquire about scheduling an appointment with one of our registered dietitians today!


Grocery Shopping Tips for Shelter-in-Place, 2020

CHRC’s dietetic intern, Kelly Viray, provides tips for shopping and navigating the shopping experience. Be sure to watch the rest of the videos in her series for food shopping during shelter-in-place!

Call CHRC at 415-923-3155 or visit chrcsf.org to inquire about scheduling an appointment with one of our registered dietitians today!


Managing a Healthy Diet during Shelter-in-Place, 2020

Jason Mousel, MS, RD (Community Health Resource Center) presents for University of the Pacific School of Dentistry on how to maintain a healthy, balanced diet in the midst of sheltering in place. Jason identifies discrepancies in our normal routine that can contribute to poor eating habits. He delves into MyPlate and provides tips on how to adhere to proportioning our meals.

Healthy Recipes from Feeding America


Cardiac Health Video Log 2: Types of Fats with Eric and Jason, 2020

Jason Mousel, MS, RD & Eric Hernandez, RD

CHRC’s Eric and Jason share their knowledge on the different types of fats. The two dietitians dive into the difference between certain fats and how some can contribute to weakened cardiovascular health. Eric and Jason also address the tricky part of grocery shopping and how to pay closer attention to labels to avoid misleading language. The will also provide their take on trendy diets, such as the keto diet.

If you are interested in making an appointment with either Jason or Eric for medical nutrition counseling or general nutrition guiadance, please call or email office: 415-923-3155 or cpmcchrc@sutterhealth.org. We are accepting phone/FaceTime, Zoom, and Doxy.me appointments!


Cardiac Health Video Log 1: Low Salt Diet with Elena and Sabine, 2020

Sabine Haake, MBA, RD & Elena Zidaru, MA, RD

CHRC’s Sabine and Elena share their clinical expertise on the importance of managing sodium in one’s diet, especially when it comes to cardiac recovery and maintaining general heart health. These clinicians will discuss the role sodium plays in our bodies, along with the adjustment periods we can expect when we adapt our palettes to a reduced-sodium diet.

If you are interested in making an appointment with either Elena or Sabine, please call or email office: 415-923-3155 or cpmcchrc@sutterhealth.org. We are accepting appointments through phone or virtual platforms such as Zoom!


Food Demo: White Bean Salad & Mediterranean Bean Salad, 2018

CHRC’s Sabine Haake MBA, RD and Elena Zidaru MA, RD

Registered Dietitians Sabine Haake and Elena Zidaru show the audience at Community Health Resource Center’s Annual Nutrition & Wellness Fair on March 22, 2018 how to make a White Bean salad w/ Spring Vegetables, and a Mediterranean Bean Salad. Both recipes are naturally gluten free. For both salad recipes, visit CHRC’s YouTube channel.

Fiber Foods for You, 2018

CHRC’s Eric Hernandez, RD

Registered Dietitian Eric Hernandez from Community Health Resource Center (CHRC) in San Francisco discusses fiber at CHRC’s Annual Nutrition & Wellness Fair on March 22, 2018. Eric discusses the definition of fiber, types and benefits of fiber, and practical ways to incorporate fiber into your diet.

Nutrition, Cancer, and Chemotherapy, 2016

Sutter Health, CPMC, featuring CHRC’s Anca Cunningham, RD
This video discusses how nutrition and exercise can factor into cancer prevention, how to support patients through treatment, and how to avoid recurrence during survivorship.

Principles of Mindful Eating, 2016

Sutter Health, featuring CHRC’s Sabine Haake, RD

In this session, participants are introduced to how mindful eating can change the way they experience food and encourage an enjoyable meal time. A registered dietitian discusses basic principles of mindful eating, including meditation, distinguishing between physical and emotional hunger, balanced meals for optimal energy and health, and ways to overcome cravings and mindless eating habits.

Essential Nutrients and Supplements, 2016

CHRC’s StacyDeRosa, RD

A healthy diet is the best way to give your body what it needs, although many factors may prevent us from getting all the essential nutrients from a balanced diet. This lecture identifies essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals, and how to meet your nutritional requirements. A registered dietitian provides suggestions for navigating the supplement market, including risks, benefits, and safety.

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