by Toby Amidor in Ask the Experts, Grocery Shopping, Healthy Tips, March 7, 2011
by Dana Angelo White in Ask the Experts, February 3, 2011
Want the inside scoop on label reading? We spoke to registered dietitian Bonnie Taub-Dix, author of the new label-decoding book Read It Before You Eat It. Check out her responses to Healthy Eats’ reader questions, and find out the biggest mistakes shoppers make.
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by Toby Amidor in Ask the Experts, Healthy Tips, January 26, 2011
As a registered dietitian, I share many of the same tips with clients over and over again. For instance, I always tell my clients to give up saying they don’t have enough time to eat better and exercise, and remind them: Health should be a priority!
We asked nutrition experts from across the country to share their most valuable tips. We filled you in on the top dos, now for the don’ts: The things we urge clients to STOP doing in order to get healthy. How many are you guilty of?
Get experts’ top don’ts »
by Dana Angelo White in Ask the Experts, October 22, 2010
- One common piece of advice? Start your day with a good breakfast!
Sometimes we registered dietitians feel like broken records, giving clients the same get-healthy tips over and over again. But we do it for a reason — these simple changes work! We polled nutrition experts around the country for their most-offered dos and don’ts. This week, we’re starting with the dos. How many do you follow?
Dietitian’s top dos »
by Dana Angelo White in Ask the Experts, Grocery Shopping, October 15, 2010
- Mee Goreng - Photo Courtesy Midori/Wikimedia Commons
Mee Goreng is a Malaysian noodle dish made with cabbage, tomato, egg, sugar, ketchup and soy sauce. The first time I made it for my husband, he looked at me like I was crazy. Then he tasted it – it’s incredibly delicious! What seems like a weird ingredient combination can come together to create a symphony of flavors and textures. See 10 more off-the-wall combinations from food experts, then tell us your favorites!
10 crazy-good food combinations »
by Toby Amidor in Ask the Experts, Back to School, September 3, 2010
- Photo courtesy NuVal LLC
Dr. David Katz is back! This time he’s filling us in on the new food scoring system turning up in grocery stores: the NuVal system. You may have seen these scores cropping up your grocery store — here’s how (and why) to use them.
Learn more about how NuVal scores can help you eat better »
by Dana Angelo White in Ask the Experts, Healthy Tips, July 20, 2010
- Melissa Halas-Liang and her "Super Crew"
In the back-to-school spirit, we’re talking to kid-focused nutrition expert and creator of the nutrition-promoting animated “Super Crew®” Melissa Halas-Liang. She gets down and dirty about childhood obesity, the Child Nutrition Bill and common misconceptions parents have about feeding their kids.
Get Melissa’s child nutrition tips »
by Toby Amidor in Ask the Experts, Healthy Tips, June 22, 2010
Healthy cooking isn’t rocket science, but there are mistakes many folks make that keep their foods from being as nutritious as they could be. Last month, we polled nutrition experts about the foods they avoid; this month we polled more top nutritionists and registered dietitians to find out the most common healthy cooking faux pas.
See All 11 Healthy Cooking Mistakes »
by Dana Angelo White in Ask the Experts, June 17, 2010
Most of the time we tell you to eat everything in moderation, but there are just some foods even the experts stay away from. Ironically, deep-fried candy bars didn’t make the list — we polled both the Healthy Eats staff and nationwide nutrition experts to see which foods they shy away from.
See all 14 foods to avoid »
by Dana Angelo White in Ask the Experts, Healthy Tips, May 11, 2010
We’re talking with localvore and real food expert Sherri Brooks Vinton about why she fights for local foods, farmers’ market treasures and her brand-spanking new book about preserving foods at the peak of freshness.
Read more, plus a recipe from Sherri’s new book »
- 3-ounces cooked salmon = 795 IU (199%) of Vitamin D
All kinds of news reports are popping up saying we’re a vitamin-D deficient nation. Is this true? If so, what does it mean and what can we do about it?
More on vitamin D »