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Monday night football, Thursday night football and Sunday football! It's the best time of the year! But football food can also be some of the unhealthiest, too.

When snacking during the big game, just remember AIM.

‘A’ is for assessing hunger – ask yourself, are you very hungry? Or just a little hungry?

‘I’ is for identifying what you want – do you want a treat? Or do you need a snack that’s going to help increase your energy?

‘M’ is for mindfulness – so sit down, savor your snack, and chew slowly to ensure that you don’t over eat.

Cheer on your favorite teams and don't overeat this football season. Your gut will thank you!Monday night football, Thursday night football and Sunday football! It's the best time of the year! But football food can also be some of the unhealthiest, too.

When snacking during the big game, just remember AIM.

‘A’ is for assessing hunger – ask yourself, are you very hungry? Or just a little hungry?

‘I’ is for identifying what you want – do you want a treat? Or do you need a snack that’s going to help increase your energy?

‘M’ is for mindfulness – so sit down, savor your snack, and chew slowly to ensure that you don’t over eat.

Cheer on your favorite teams and don't overeat this football season. Your gut will thank you!
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Monday night football, Thursday night football and Sunday football! Its the best time of the year! But football food can also be some of the unhealthiest, too.

When snacking during the big game, just remember AIM.

‘A’ is for assessing hunger – ask yourself, are you very hungry? Or just a little hungry?

‘I’ is for identifying what you want – do you want a treat? Or do you need a snack that’s going to help increase your energy?

‘M’ is for mindfulness – so sit down, savor your snack, and chew slowly to ensure that you don’t over eat.

Cheer on your favorite teams and dont overeat this football season. Your gut will thank you!

Autumn leaves, pumpkins and colonoscopies, please! Happy October! This is your reminder to schedule a life-saving colonoscopy. www.rockfordgi.com ... See moreSee less

Autumn leaves, pumpkins and colonoscopies, please! Happy October! This is your reminder to schedule a life-saving colonoscopy. www.rockfordgi.com

Dr. Talha Qureshi considers patient care much more than just a list of symptoms. He wants to know his patients on a personal level. Dr. Qureshi completed medical school at Rush Medical College in Chicago followed by six years at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX for his residency in Internal Medicine and specialty training in Gastroenterology.
At RGA, Dr. Qureshi cares for patients with a range of GI issues, from Barrett's esophagus and GERD to irritable bowel disease and cirrhosis of the liver.

Welcome to the RGA team, Dr. Qureshi! Learn more about him in our latest provider profile.
linklock.titanhq.com/analyse?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.rockfordgi.com%2FStory.aspx%3Fid%3D8499fc5a-cf...Dr. Talha Qureshi considers patient care much more than just a list of symptoms. He wants to know his patients on a personal level. Dr. Qureshi completed medical school at Rush Medical College in Chicago followed by six years at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX for his residency in Internal Medicine and specialty training in Gastroenterology.
At RGA, Dr. Qureshi cares for patients with a range of GI issues, from Barrett's esophagus and GERD to irritable bowel disease and cirrhosis of the liver.

Welcome to the RGA team, Dr. Qureshi! Learn more about him in our latest provider profile.
linklock.titanhq.com/analyse?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.rockfordgi.com%2FStory.aspx%3Fid%3D8499fc5a-cf...
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Dr. Talha Qureshi considers patient care much more than just a list of symptoms. He wants to know his patients on a personal level. Dr. Qureshi completed medical school at Rush Medical College in Chicago followed by six years at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX for his residency in Internal Medicine and specialty training in Gastroenterology. 
 At RGA, Dr. Qureshi cares for patients with a range of GI issues, from Barretts esophagus and GERD to irritable bowel disease and cirrhosis of the liver.

Welcome to the RGA team, Dr. Qureshi! Learn more about him in our latest provider profile. 
https://linklock.titanhq.com/analyse?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.rockfordgi.com%2FStory.aspx%3Fid%3D8499fc5a-cfb8-465c-b66a-e21ee7474167&data=eJxdzr0OgyAABOCnwQ2jgGgHhiaNce_QrsiPGEUMYKlvX9KtTW66fLmcYBRp3FHKiapQXUjmnVi083KaS-FsYZkhVj0fB8IDGorAlmDnaACphOE-JrWukE9qE-eXeyb95jb1Csuczd_YwUyMewD4ClCfk1Iqf0ku79H5s-RhfwPczxLgW0cuFy0aDoUeO0hoI-CYH0OFaqVa0pKath-td0H6

It's officially time to indulge in some fall food! Here are four fall produce picks!
-Pumpkin - full of fiber and beta-carotene, pumpkin is great for your skin & eyes
-Beets - they are a source of naturally occurring nitrates and may help to support healthy blood pressure
-Spaghetti squash - low calorie & gluten free! Spaghetti squash is a great alternative to grain-based pasta
-Kale - it's a nutrient powerhouse! Raw kale is loaded with vitamins A, C and K as well as manganeseIt's officially time to indulge in some fall food! Here are four fall produce picks!
-Pumpkin - full of fiber and beta-carotene, pumpkin is great for your skin & eyes
-Beets - they are a source of naturally occurring nitrates and may help to support healthy blood pressure
-Spaghetti squash - low calorie & gluten free! Spaghetti squash is a great alternative to grain-based pasta
-Kale - it's a nutrient powerhouse! Raw kale is loaded with vitamins A, C and K as well as manganese
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Its officially time to indulge in some fall food! Here are four fall produce picks!
-Pumpkin - full of fiber and beta-carotene, pumpkin is great for your skin & eyes
-Beets - they are a source of naturally occurring nitrates and may help to support healthy blood pressure
-Spaghetti squash - low calorie & gluten free! Spaghetti squash is a great alternative to grain-based pasta 
-Kale - its a nutrient powerhouse! Raw kale is loaded with vitamins A, C and K as well as manganese

Constipation occurs when bowel movements become less frequent and stools become difficult to pass. It happens most often due to changes in diet or routine, medication side effects, or due to inadequate intake of fiber.

If you have abdominal pain, blood in your stools, or constipation that lasts longer than three weeks, we encourage you to give our office a call. (815) 397-7340
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Constipation occurs when bowel movements become less frequent and stools become difficult to pass. It happens most often due to changes in diet or routine, medication side effects, or due to inadequate intake of fiber.

If you have abdominal pain, blood in your stools, or constipation that lasts longer than three weeks, we encourage you to give our office a call.  (815) 397-7340

If you grew up doing the moon walk or break dancing, then it’s definitely time for you to schedule your life-saving colonoscopy screening. Make the call and schedule yours today.If you grew up doing the moon walk or break dancing, then it’s definitely time for you to schedule your life-saving colonoscopy screening. Make the call and schedule yours today. ... See moreSee less

If you grew up doing the moon walk or break dancing, then it’s definitely time for you to schedule your life-saving colonoscopy screening. Make the call and schedule yours today.

Happy Fall y'all! What are you most looking forward to this season? Enjoying coffee on crisp fall mornings, heading to the apple orchard, catching a football game? We want to hear in our comments below!Happy Fall y'all! What are you most looking forward to this season? Enjoying coffee on crisp fall mornings, heading to the apple orchard, catching a football game? We want to hear in our comments below! ... See moreSee less

Happy Fall yall! What are you most looking forward to this season? Enjoying coffee on crisp fall mornings, heading to the apple orchard, catching a football game? We want to hear in our comments below!

Then it's time to schedule a colonoscopy! The screening age has changed from 50 to 45! If you were born on or before 1977, we encourage you to call our office today and schedule a life saving screening! (815) 397-7340Then it's time to schedule a colonoscopy! The screening age has changed from 50 to 45! If you were born on or before 1977, we encourage you to call our office today and schedule a life saving screening! (815) 397-7340 ... See moreSee less

Then its time to schedule a colonoscopy! The screening age has changed from 50 to 45! If you were born on or before 1977, we encourage you to call our office today and schedule a life saving screening! (815) 397-7340
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