Watch for added salt or sugar in canned and frozen vegetables or fruits.
Eating a diet with plenty of colorful fruits and vegetables helps prevent heart disease and cancer and helps us maintain a healthy weight. Some fruits and vegetables may help prevent certain diseases, too.
Most people have favorite recipes that appear on their menus again and again. Maybe some of the recipes call for lots of added fat. Maybe others taste a little salty. Is now the time to do some recipe makeovers?
I have a great vegetable dip recipe made with 1 cup sour cream, but it's pretty high in fat. What can I do to make it healthier?
Consider these tips to help manage your portion sizes and make your recipes healthier.
Fuel your body and brain with nourishing food every morning. Kids and adults perform better at school and work when they eat breakfast. Researchers have shown that food containing protein and fiber keep us energized throughout the morning.
We spend a lot of time outside, and the weather has been very hot lately. How do you know if you are dehydrated? How much water should we be drinking?
My children ask for watermelon all the time. Is it nutritious?
Add some green to your plate!
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