The food label on packaged food has been there since the early 1990’s. With all the label confusion, the FDA finally decided it was time the nutrition label got a makeover (we couldn’t agree more!). Although the proposed changes were released a few months ago, a new black and white food label photo was released this morning.
HealthyEats asked its Facebook fans about their favorite healthy frozen pizza. Most folks insisted on making their own, while others found the term “healthy frozen pizza” an oxymoron (love that comment!). It’s always better to know the choices available—you never know when the frozen pizza aisle will be calling your name.
Bored of the same-old steamed veggies? Spice your week up with these fun-tastic sides for fewer than 250 calories per serving
In this week’s news: Sugar addicts beware, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and if you’re confused about nutrition, you’re not alone!
Ice cold smoothies are a delicious treat at this quick serve joint. But not all smoothies are created equal.
Now is the time many folks start breaking their New Year’s resolutions. At the gym, lines for the elliptical machine are slowly dwindling, while at home, healthy eating habits are beginning to slide. If you’re starting to fall off the wagon, instead of going back to your old habits for the remaining 11 months of the year, brush yourself off and get back on.
The hustle and bustle of everyday life may have you skimping on lunch. But having a set plan can help bring order to the most hectic of schedules. Here is one week of delicious lunches so you can easily get on the 2014 road to a healthier you.
In this week’s nutrition news: Chocolate is good for more than just your heart, the war of the protein powders, and say buh-bye to this popular fad diet.
Half our plates should be filled with colorful fruits and vegetables at every meal. But is eating a rainbow possible all-year round? And can you really get your picky youngsters to eat a spectrum of colorful fruits and veggies? I spoke with the fabulous Frances Largeman-Roth, RD, author of the new book Eating in Color: Delicious, Healthy Recipes for You and Your Family. She shared simple tips and tricks to get you and your family eating a more colorful diet.
The toughest part of getting on track with your weight loss plan is getting organized. We lose track of time, get busy with personal stuff or shuttling the little ones around, and end up falling off the wagon. Start this year off right, by getting your grocery list in check.