Kary Woodruff

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Kary Woodruff is a Sport Dietitian at TOSH - The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital, where she specializes in nutrition for athletes, disordered eating patterns, and weight loss. Kary lives in Park City with her husband and soon-to-be 2 kids, and loves any activity she can do in the mountains.

Heart-healthy Recipe: Bulgar Chickpea Salad

By Kary Woodruff
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Bulgar wheat, which is like a cracked wheat, is a healthy source of fiber and protein. It's a wholesome whole grain, and this recipe is a great way to serve up bulgar wheat for your next family meal. Here's the recipe and video demonstration on how to prepare this simple recipe. 

How to Choose the Right Cooking Oil for Better Heart Health

By Kary Woodruff
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If you read just about any food blog, you understand cooking oils can be quite controversial. Coconut oil seems to be the miracle food. Butter went out of fashion but now seems to be resurfacing. Margarine, on the other hand, came into fashion and now seems to be on the way out. So what to choose? Let’s break down the myths surrounding cooking oils.

Heart-healthy Recipe: Fudgy Black Bean Brownies

By Kary Woodruff
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Today is National Donut Day, so I thought it would be appropriate to share a great recipe for a heart-healthy sweet treat with the moms competing in the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute's My Heart Challenge: Moms Edition. At first thought, black beans and brownies aren't quite the combination you may have had in mind, but it's a recipe I think you'll be delighted with... just don't let your kids know there are beans in the brownies.