Let’s face it, the holidays can be stressful. Large meals are a tradition for many families during the holidays, but when combined with stress, it can lead to overeating and weight gain.
Battling with being overweight can be a lifelong challenge, especially if you’re trying to do it alone.
Warmer temperatures aren't the only thing the summer season has to offer. It also provides a supple environment for fresh flavors from lots of seasonal produce.
Fair food – there's something almost irresistible about those yummy eats. The good news is the food trucks roll out enough choices to satisfy almost any craving. The bad news is it's tempting to overindulge in foods that are anything but healthy for you.
March is National Nutrition Month, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This month you are invited to learn how to make informed food choices and develop healthful eating and physical activity habits. This year’s theme is, “Personalize Your Plate: because there is no one-size-fits-all approach to nutrition and health. We are all unique with different bodies, goals, backgrounds and tastes!” Here are some suggestions from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (eatright.org) to help you develop healthier eating habits this month:
Living a healthy lifestyle can be a challenge for many families – particularly after months of sheltering in place.
Here are tips to help your family get the nutrients they need from a variety of foods.
Remember when grocery shopping had a personal touch to it? These days, many of us prefer a hands-off approach to stocking our pantries. The fewer hands that touch foods we buy for our family, the better.
Believe it or not, choosing snacks rich in fruits and vegetables can keep you healthy by giving your immune system the boost it needs to build antibodies!
To keep yourself safe from COVID-19, you have been washing your hands, keeping six feet away from people, and sneezing into your elbow. What else can you do? How about eating healthier to strengthen your immune system?