Diet & Health
If you are anything like us, you rely on pantry staples to create quick, affordable and nutritious meals to get you from one meal to the next.
In honor of American Heart Month and National Snack Foods Month, I thought it would be a great opportunity to talk about some of the best snack foods that also support heart health.
Planning on dining out this Valentine's Day? Then you might want to make your reservations posthaste: The annual day of love is also the second-busiest day of the year for restaurants.
If you haven’t heard of the 80/20 diet, it’s a pretty simple concept. Eat healthy at least 80 percent of the time, and allow discretionary or “cheat” foods 20 percent of the time.
I’m sure it’s no surprise that incorporating fruits and vegetables is a great way to establish a healthy eating style.
Oh, the Big Gamel. People enjoy the game for many reasons. Some want to watch their team win the grand prize of professional football.
Mindful eating is a great way to enhance any dietary pattern and it allows you to enjoy and appreciate the foods you are already eat. But how hard is it to eat mindfully? To find out, we challenged ourselves to mindfully eat for as little as one meal or up to 24 hours. How did we do? Here is our take on the experience.
You may have heard of “mindful eating” a hundred times before. But what does it mean? The term “intuitive eating” gets bounced around a lot too, but are they the same?
New Year, new Try It Tuesday, and for our first installment of 2017, we’re making small dietary changes with a big payoff. It’s "getting the recommended five fruits and vegetables a day"!