You’ve heard “you are what you eat.” But what you drink matters, too! More and more studies are unearthing the health benefits of drinking tea, says Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD.
There are so many opportunities to overindulge during the holiday season, and so many sources of stress, that it’s too easy to give yourself a pass and let your weight get out of control.
You kicked your regular soda habit, and now you’re sitting on cloud nine. But if that cloud is made of diet soda — a replacement for the real thing — you may have just created new problems.
Let’s face it — we live in a non-stop society. In our rush, we too often put sleep on the back burner. As a busy mom myself, I can understand why people forgo sleep to get things done. But it’s the wrong approach. Sleep has a huge effect on how you feel throughout the day, … Read More
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It’s 10:30 p.m., and you’ve just settled in for some mindless TV time — a playoff game, a cheesy drama or your favorite reality show. What do you choose as your guilty-pleasure snack? That bowl of chocolate ice cream and bag of greasy chips are calling your name. But for late-night snacking, be mindful, not … Read More
Spring brings the start of barbecue season, but your New Year’s resolution was to eat healthy all year long. Must you politely decline that cookout invitation?
You stand in front of the refrigerator staring at a “sell by” date on food and have the internal debate: Do I throw it in the trash or take my chances? You’re not the only one. Upwards of 91 percent of consumers have thrown food out based on the dates on packaging. But the dating … Read More
Your healthy breakfast is long gone. Your stomach is starting to growl loudly enough for coworkers to hear. You have an hour for lunch. What shall it be? The No. 3 combo at your favorite burger joint? A combo at your favorite sandwich shop? Three slices of pizza from the cafeteria? Not so fast. Lunch … Read More
To find signs of a poor diet, look beyond your waistline.
Sure, weight gain — or lack of weight loss — indicates you need to rethink what you’re putting into your body. But evidence shows many other health problems have roots in poor dietary habits that lead to nutritional deficiencies.
Fried chicken is one of the ultimate comfort foods. Many of us have fond memories of this home-cooked delicacy.