High Protein Diets: The Meat of It
A diet that continues to trend is low carbohydrate, high protein. Before you run to the store for your next high-protein meal, here are some of the facts.
The 101 on Type 2 Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes is associated with increased age, obesity, family history and inactivity. But it be avoided, treated and controlled with good health practices.
Beat the Heat: Hydration Tips
When heat strikes, so does the need for liquids. Here's how to nip hydration in the bud.
5 Ways to Rock Your Veggies
“Eat your veggies!” As an adult, you’ve likely outgrown your aversion to them. But chances are you still don’t eat enough veggies. Let's remedy that.
Eating Outdoors: Do's and Don'ts
Eating outside during the summer may increase your risk for contracting food-borne illness. Here's how to practice safe food handling at outdoor events.
Eat What's In Season
Summer is a great time to eat well because of the abundance of fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables available.
Small Changes for High Blood Pressure
With all the summer barbecues and cook-outs coming up, it is important to think about the factors in your life that could affect your blood pressure and heart health.
Facts About Olive Oil
Many would agree that olive oil is an acceptable oil to use when cooking, especially since it is one of the oldest known culinary oils and is considered “heart-healthy”. However, which one is best to use?
Help Your Child Savor the Flavor
Check out these strategies to promote a positive relationship with food and help your child mindfully eat.
The Facts about FODMAPs
To help deal with IBS and other digestive problems, nutrition researchers have suggested a diet that is low in FODMAP-containing foods.