All Posts By Dana Angelo White

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

5 Top Restaurant Nutrition Calculators

by in Dining Out, May 17, 2015

Chain restaurants with more than 20 locations are required to post their menus’ nutrition information online for all patrons to peruse, but some joints make it a lot easier than others. Here are five dining establishments that make it a breeze. Read more

Are All Processed Foods Bad for You?

by in Healthy Tips, May 13, 2015

It’s clear that all processed foods are bad for you — or are they? Get to the bottom of this mainstream food mystery. Find out which processed foods you should shun and which you should make a run for. Read more

Have You Tried: Tiger Nuts?

by in Healthy Tips, May 12, 2015

Have you tasted an “earth almond” or a “yellow nut sedge”? Those are alter egos for the tiger nut, an intriguing superfood that is gaining some serious popularity in the United States.

One of the most-interesting facts about these nuts is that they aren’t actually nuts at all. Read more

10 Desserts That Are Healthier Than You Think

by in Healthy Recipes, May 8, 2015

 

Dessert isn’t meant to be health food per se, but it can certainly have a better-for-you spin. Here are 12 decent treats that will satisfy your sweet tooth without sabotaging your diet. Read more

7 Healthy Ways to Use Ground Chicken

by in Healthy Recipes, May 7, 2015

Want a reprieve from beef and turkey? Experiment with ground chicken — an underappreciated lean protein!

Ground Chicken Nutrition

Check labels carefully, as nutrition facts for ground chicken can vary significantly depending on the ratio of white to dark meat. On average, a 3-ounce portion of raw ground chicken contains 120 calories, 6 grams of total fat, 3 grams of saturated fat and 15 grams of protein. Read more

Is Seaweed the New Green Leaf?

by in Healthy Recipes, May 6, 2015

You may be comfortable with green veggies like spinach and kale, but how about eating a veggie from another part of the food chain? Find out why the popularity of this sea vegetable is on the rise. Read more

10 Healthy Ways to Use Salsa

by in Healthy Holidays, April 30, 2015

Chock-full of fresh ingredients like tomatoes, peppers, onion, fruit and herbs, salsa (Spanish for “sauce”) can take on many healthy identities. Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these 10 flavorful recipes.

1. Fire Up Fish Tacos (pictured above)

A hint of habanero pepper gives this salsa a sizzling kick. 

Recipe: Fish Tacos with Habanero Salsa Read more