Eating healthy can be quite challenging. Life gets hectic and we reach for whatever we can get our hands on the quickest and easiest, but small changes start to add up!
Happy National Ice Cream Month! Tips for selecting the right size scoop & making a smart choice at the ice cream truck!
To Greek, or Not to Greek? Should I purchase Greek yogurt or regular yogurt? It’s important to know the difference between the two.
Did you know June is National Dairy Month? Dairy is an important component of a well-rounded diet, as it provides health benefits like improved bone health!
Avocados have superior nutritional benefits along with a vast opportunity for culinary applications.
Higher summer temperatures means increased amounts of sweat, which can also lead to an increased amount of dehydration. By choosing summer foods that are high in water content, you can keep your body hydrated and ready to perform at its best!
Many of these fruits and vegetables you may be familiar with already and they may even be some of your favorites!
Many common edible and legal mushrooms have an extensive list of health benefits.
Quinoa is tiny, but a mighty powerhouse food! Pronounced KEEN-WAH, quinoa is a seed prepared and eaten like grain and one of the world’s most popular health foods today.
Follow these tips for added health on your next trip!
Even I’m guilty of treating myself to pizza before pulling an all-nighter for a big exam. However, the food we put into our bodies to fuel our brains is just as important as the information we’re studying or day to day work.
Although they are quite tasty, soft pretzels are generally nutritionally empty and high in calories. Just one serving of this delicious go-to-snack provides nearly a quarter of the recommended amount of sodium a person needs each day.