From party trays, to big graduation parties, it can be tough to know what leftovers to pitch and what to keep after a get-together A dietitian shares some tips to keep in mind.
Slimming down your favorite recipes can help your family shed weight and keep it off. But you don’t have to sacrifice flavor or texture. Try these tweaks to boost nutrients and fiber while reducing calories in go-to recipes.
Some people prefer their meat on the rare side. But as a registered dietitian, I want my patients to be aware that tasting or eating undercooked meat can cause food poisoning.
Confused about which oils are heart-healthy and which aren’t? We asked for advice from James D. Perko, CEC, AAC, Executive Chef, for Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Institute and Center for Lifestyle Medicine, and dietitians Katherine Patton, MEd, RD, CSSD, LD, and Julia Zumpano, RD, from the Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute’s Preventive Cardiology Program. There … Read More
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When it comes to cooking with oils, do you have to choose between cooking for taste or cooking for health? People have strong opinions about what’s best. Health Hub sat down recently to chat about cooking with oils with James D. Perko, CEC, AAC, Executive Chef for Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Institute and its Center for Lifestyle Medicine and nutritionist … Read More
What kind of cook are you? Do you measure carefully with a measuring spoon or cup — or are you a more adventurous type who uses a “splash” and “dash” instead? Yes, it can be fun to cook with some abandon without measuring. But with some ingredients, like olive oil, this can make your meals … Read More
Bored with cooking the same old, same old —and ready to start eating healthier? It’s not hard to make positive changes in the way you eat. Be adventurous! Expand your taste buds. Experiment with exotic spices. Try new vegetables, fruits and grains. Most of all, have fun with your food!