Even when you think you’re eating healthy, you may want to think again… There are some foods pretending to be healthier than they really are. Or they may be healthy in themselves, but only if you don’t overdo them. These seven foods could be undermining your attempts to lose weight and eat healthy.
There are unlimited ways to mix versatile Goji berries into your diet. In this infographic, Cleveland Clinic registered dietitian Laura Jeffers, MEd, RD, LD, explores how this fruit’s nutritional profile is almost too good to be true.
What’s informing your choices at the Thanksgiving table? We talked with registered dietitian Laura Jeffers, MEd, RD, LD, to separate facts from fiction.
Looking for a superfood that provides a potent nutritional sting? Check out these suggestions from Cleveland Clinic registered dietitian Laura Jeffers, MEd, RD, LD, on how to inject bee pollen into your diet.
Spirulina — the superfood you never heard of — comes from blue-green algae found in oceans and salty lakes. Lauded for centuries for its high nutritional value and health benefits, it’s not just a passing health fad.
Looking for a healthy balance? Registered dietitian Laura Jeffers, MEd, RD, LD, provides tips for adding maca — a nutritionally dense Peruvian root — to your diet.
Can you spot a sweet, juicy peach when you see one? When you are picking peaches, you want to be sure the skin is fuzzy and that it’s vibrant in color. Use these tips.
Looking for the best avocados? How dark should the skin be? How firm? Use these tips to pick the perfect ones.
When you pick up a carton of blueberries, there are some simple ways to see if they are ripe.
What are the tricks to choosing a ripe honeydew? There are four ways you can tell if you’re holding a good honeydew. First, try the “tap test”– make sure it feels hollow. Also, the fruit should feel heavy, the skin should be dull and you shouldn’t see any spots. More fruit and veggie posts 9 … Read More