Add some green to your plate!
How Do You and Your Family Score on Healthy Eating?
Fiber isn't a "miracle food," but adding fiber-rich foods to your diet can have health benefits. High fiber foods usually are low in calories and inexpensive, too.
I've been hearing about vitamin D in the news lately. What is it? Where do you get it?
I eat out quite a bit because I travel for my job. I'm suppose to watch my diet because I'm at risk for heart disease. What can I do?
Why is fiber so important? How much do adults and kids need?
I use a lot of packaged foods such as rice or pasta mixes when serving my family dinner. I've heard they're often high in sodium. What could I use in place of these packaged side dishes that still have flavor and are not time-consuming to prepare?
We all “fast” for seven or more hours at night when we sleep. If you feel a little sluggish when you miss your morning meal, you have a good reason. You’re running your “engine” on empty. Eating breakfast restores your body’s supply of blood glucose, the brain’s main fuel source.
I always have the same thing for breakfast: a piece of toast and coffee. I’m usually hungry by 10 a.m., so I grab a candy bar from the machine at work. Do you have any ideas?
Are you eating the 3.5 to 4.5 cups of fruits and vegetables recommended daily for most people? Try having an apple and some baby carrots for a snack to boost your nutrition.