All Posts By Dana Angelo White

What Does It Take to Burn Off Your Favorite Summer Foods?

by in Diets & Weight Loss, July 7, 2015

Don’t let the excitement of summer foods go to your head (or your rear end). Find out how much activity it takes to burn off the calories you take in from these summer classics. Read more

10 Healthy Ways to Use Watermelon

by in Healthy Recipes, July 1, 2015

There are few things better than the fresh crunch of a wedge of watermelon. But this summertime staple is more versatile than you might be giving it credit for. Read more

Experimenting with Banana Flour (Plus, Chocolate Chip Cookies)

by in Healthy Recipes, June 29, 2015

Banana flour is quickly becoming one of the most-popular gluten-free flours around. Learn more about its uses and nutrition perks. Read more

New Breeds of Gluten-Free Flours

by in Grocery Shopping, June 24, 2015

Celiac-friendly flours are no longer hard to find on store shelves. These days, there are even flavor and texture options to choose from. Here are some of the hottest varieties to sift through. Read more

Market Watch: Brussels Sprout Leaves

by in In Season, June 23, 2015

Leave it to a local farmer to give new life to a part of a plant that is usually tossed in the trash (or the compost). Discover the seasonal beauty of the leaves of the Brussels sprout plant. Read more

Be Wary of These Top 5 Label Claims

by in Grocery Shopping, June 22, 2015

Trying to be a health-conscious shopper but confused by all of the info plastered on food packaging? Beware of these common misleading claims.

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The Best Lower-Sugar Cereals

by in Grocery Shopping, June 21, 2015

Breakfast is supposed to get your day off to a healthy start, not fill you up on sugar. While breakfast cereals are convenient, many popular options are filled with empty calories. Shake some of the sugar out of your morning by reaching for these cereals instead.

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5 Ways to Keep Your Kitchen Gluten-Free

by in Healthy Tips, June 11, 2015

If you’re part of the 1 percent of the American population that suffers from celiac disease (or lives with someone who does), even the smallest amount of gluten can have a negative impact on your digestive and overall health. Use these tips to avoid cross-contamination and keep your kitchen safe for everyone. Read more

Is It Healthy: Bottled BBQ Sauce

by in Healthy Tips, June 9, 2015

 Are you drenching your summertime favorites in this picnic staple? Find out whether bottled barbecue sauce is a good option for your cookout or a sure-fire way to sabotage your diet. Read more

Are You Eating Too Much Protein?

by in Healthy Tips, June 5, 2015

 If you think you aren’t getting enough protein, you’re not alone. It’s a popular misconception that Americans don’t eat enough grams of protein each day — but some are actually eating too much. The trick to optimal protein munching is getting just enough in and spreading it out throughout the day. Read more

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