Does what you eat influence the health of your eyes? You bet.
Not all yogurts are created equal. Here are some guidelines for your next trip down the dairy aisle.
I prefer to promote the use of small amounts of natural sweeteners such as raw honey, 100% pure maple syrup, and coconut sugar. But what about stevia?
Though store bought hummus is nothing to write home about, I thought about how nice it would be to bring a fresh homemade batch.
If you’re a fast eater, you should be aware of several health risks. Studies have revealed that people who eat quickly are at a higher risk for obesity as well as diabetes.
December strikes tomorrow! With holiday parties lining the calendar, it’s a good time take stock of your drinking habits to make sure you don’t overdo the alcohol calories.
Good research has actually shown that regular weighing is one of the keys to successful long-term weight loss and weight maintenance.
At first glance, the dish may seem a hopeless convert to the healthy side. But I was determined to transform it into my own, more nutritious version.
I’ve gotten into the habit of not always eating a bread-like product at breakfast – even when its a meal that usually SCREAMS for toast.
Granola bars are all the rage, but did you know that most breakfast bars and granola bars contain at least 11-12 grams of sugar. That’s 3 teaspoons!
As a nutritionist, my hope was to instill a sense of healthy eating habits that would follow my boys into their adulthood, even when I wasn’t around to bug them about eating their veggies.
Many of you know that I recently took a trip to London to visit my older son Ben who is there studying abroad. But as a health nut, one of the most challenging things when traveling is managing food. And this trip was no exception.
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