All Posts By Dana Angelo White

Hummus: Is it Healthy?

by in Is It Healthy?, April 27, 2015

There’s been a lot of talk about hummus in the news lately following a recent recall of the popular spread. Assuming we take contamination off the table, is hummus a healthy choice? Read more

5 Healthy Ways to Use Canned Fruit

by in Healthy Recipes, April 20, 2015

Canned options can be a healthy and budget-friendly way to incorporate more servings of fruit into your diet. Try using canned fruit in fun and exciting ways, such as these five inspiring recipes.

Fruit Cocktail 

Turn canned fruit into a frozen treat that’s way better for you than a sugary ice pop.

Recipe: Ree Drummond’s Frozen Fruit Cups (pictured above) Read more

Diet 101: The Whole30

by in Diets & Weight Loss, April 13, 2015

Does this month-long elimination diet hold the key to your health? Here’s a crash course on the program and the book being released later this month. Read more

Diet 101: The Military Diet

by in Diets & Weight Loss, April 7, 2015

This diet gets a surge in popularity every few years. Find out if it’s worth the hype. Read more

Is Hangry Really a Thing?

by in Healthy Tips, April 2, 2015

It happened to me just the other day — I felt the angst and irritability setting in, my stomach was growling, my energy was tanking, and my head was pounding. I was straight up hangry! Does this clever play on words have any science to back it up? Find out. Read more

Recovery Foods: Post-Workout Recipes

by in Healthy Recipes, March 31, 2015


Proper post-workout nutrition is vital to maintaining healthy muscles and a high-powered metabolism. Here are five recipes that will give you the proper balance of carbohydrates and protein (yes, you want both after being active) no matter what time of day you exercise.

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5 Healthy Ways to Use Peanut Butter

by in Healthy Recipes, March 31, 2015

Peanut butter remains on everyone’s list of favorite foods. Along with its unmistakable decadent flavor and texture come healthy nutrients like protein, fiber, healthy fats, magnesium, iron and potassium. Here are five healthy ways to prepare the nutty goodness, plus 10 stupendous recipes. Read more

5 Healthy Ways to Use Canned Beans

by in Healthy Tips, March 24, 2015

Put canned beans — a healthy pantry staple — in the spotlight. Beans boast protein, fiber, folate and lots of minerals, like iron, magnesium, potassium and zinc. If you’re worried about sodium, rinse and drain beans before using to cut back on the salt by as much as 40 percent. Read more

5 Better-for-You, Kid-Friendly Dinners

by in Healthy Recipes, March 16, 2015

Kid-friendly meals are a necessity when you’re a busy mother of two. Like other parents, I also want these creations to be healthy, fast and something I actually want to eat. Here are five recipes that cover all the bases.

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7 Foods That Are Ruining Your Diet

by in Healthy Tips, March 7, 2015

Your intentions are healthy, but your choices may not be. Prevent diet sabotage by keeping an eye out for these seven foods.

1. Snack Mixes

Trail mix and other sweet-salty-crunchy concoctions may be handy snacks, but be careful that you’re not mindlessly munching on not-so-healthy versions. Many packaged varieties come filled with sugary candies and super-salty seasoned munchies. Some also contain highly processed sweeteners and partially hydrogenated oils (aka trans fats). Read more