If your New Year’s resolution has many different components, consider revising it to include one healthy change; if you maintain it for 3 weeks, there’s a good chance it will stick.
Jason Machowsky weighs in on the health benefits of corn.
Healthy-sounding terms like “organic” “low-carb” or “all-natural” don’t mean a food has fewer calories than similar foods without labels. Are you guilty of falling for foods with health halos?
Potatoes often get a bad reputation in the health world, but these spuds actually have some great nutritional benefits. The key is preparing them right
A common point of discussion on the this blog is what to eat, I wanted to take a moment to discuss another important topic: when should we eat, and how often? What follows is a combination of research findings and my own experiences working with clients as a registered dietitian. Current research has shown thatRead more »
Is it possible to eat MORE food but still maintain a healthy weight, or even lose weight? It is when you choose nutrient-dense foods.
Adopting a healthier lifestyle can seem like a daunting task, but by answering three simple questions, you can start to make small changes that will have a big impact.
Ever had a junk food craving you just couldn’t ignore? The first step in resisting cravings is finding out what causes them.
Spring cleaning the kitchen means more than mopping the floor; it’s a good time to toss processed junk food and fill your fridge and pantry back up with healthier snacks and staples.
Go green the natural way for St. Patrick’s Day, with kale, lettuce and spinach.