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.
Superfoods have been all the rage for years, but what makes them so super? Should you spend extra money on exotic ones, or can you find them in your grocery store?
Have you kept your new year’s resolution? Find out how small changes to your environment can have a big impact on your health.
This year, instead of empty promises, make a SMART resolution that will stick.
Turkey, stuffing and pie, oh my! Thanksgiving can be a stressful time for people looking to manage their weight because it is a holiday that: 1) Primarily focuses on food 2) Signifies the start of the holiday season which is full of parties, celebrations and special family meals. And unfortunately, most of these celebrations areRead more
Making one small change each day can prevent a lifetime of weight gain. Read dietitian Jason Machowsy’s tips for the small changes you can make in minutes.