Winter Nutrition "Survival" Guide
There are ways to be mindful about food choices, as calories add up quickly. Take these tips to heart for your next gathering, or for any time.
The Health Benefits of Farmers' Markets
Did you know that food in the United States travels an average of 1,500 miles to get to your dinner table? Take advantage of local farmers' markets!
Lifestyle Tips to Control Diabetes
Whether you have been diagnosed with type 1, 2 or gestational diabetes, it’s important to understand what role food, nutrition and exercise play.
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.
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.
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.
Strong Bones, Strong Body
In America, 54 percent of the population over the age of 18 is affected by bone and joint conditions. Read about how you can protect your bones and joints.
Holiday Cheer: Surviving the Holidays With No Weight Gain!
The Holiday season is upon us once again. It is a time to enjoy family and friends, make New Year’s resolutions and try to survive this time of year without gaining weight.
How to Kick Your Winter Blues… Healthfully
You’re well through the holidays and into the heart of winter. Here's how to kiss the seasonal blues goodbye and head toward healthier choices this year.