All Posts By Dana Angelo White

Have You Tried: Kimchi?

by , March 31st, 2014

Warning: Once you try this spicy Korean condiment you’ll be hooked. Here’s why it’s an addiction you can feel good about.

What is Kimchi?
Kimchi (sometimes spelled kimchee) is made from a combination of cabbage, chiles, garlic, sal...

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How to Find the Healthiest Granola

by , March 29th, 2014

Who doesn’t love the crunchy goodness of granola? Check for some of these qualities the next time you reach for a bag.

Look For: Whole Grains
Any suitable granola should be made from whole grains, like rolled oats, brown rice and barley flakes...

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More Deliciously Healthy Ways to Cook with Ground Meat

by , March 23rd, 2014

stuffed peppers
Here’s your guide to healthiest ground meat picks.

High in protein and iron, beef is arguably the most popular choice. Ninety-seven percent lean may appear to be the best choice, but cutting all of the fat will also slash too much of the ...

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Taste Test: Turkey Bacon

by , March 20th, 2014

turkey bacon
Do you reach for turkey bacon as a healthier alternative to conventional bacon? As it turns out, there’s not always a huge difference between the two when it comes to nutrition stats. An average slice of traditional pork bacon (about ½ ounce ...

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Link Between Saturated Fat Intake and Heart Disease Being Questioned

by , March 18th, 2014

It has been long accepted by the medical community that there is a connection between fat intake and heart disease risk. But recent studies, including one published this week in the Annals of Internal Medicine, are calling into question the current ...

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Foods That Drive Dietitians Craaaazzy

by , March 16th, 2014

As a nutrition professional who works with food, there are many unhealthy items that, truth be told, make my skin crawl. (Those bowls made out of bacon?! I’m a bacon fan, but come on!) And I’m not alone. I polled registered dietitians fr...

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5 Foods To Always Have In Your Fridge

by , March 9th, 2014

A fridge filled with health-promoting ingredients is an amazing thing. Next time you stand there scanning the shelves, make sure these foods are within reach.

1)    Homemade Salad Dressing
Think that bottled dressings are just as good as homemade...

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Taste Test: Better-For-You Chocolate Sandwich Cookies

by , February 27th, 2014

Reaching for a more wholesome cookie seems like a smart choice, but do these seemingly healthier brands pass the test for nutrition and flavor? Healthy Eats did a Taste Test to find out.

The Criteria
Each brand of cookie was rated on a 5-point scale...

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7 Days of Healthy Desserts

by , February 23rd, 2014

Can eating dessert every day possibly be healthy? If you stick with a combination of fresh, whole-food ingredients and sensible portions, it’s okay to indulge in a post-dinner sweet each night of the week.

Day 1: Chocolate Hazelnut Drop Cookie...

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The Healthy Eats Q & A: Olympic Medalist Hannah Kearney

by , February 22nd, 2014

Hannah Kearney
So just how do those Olympic athletes fuel the demands of their sport? Freestyle skier Hannah Kearney, who won a bronze medal in Sochi, gave Healthy Eats a few insights into how she eats to compete. Perhaps not so surprisingly, the Chobani-sponsored...

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