How to Ease Your Arthritis Pain With Simple Food Swaps

Contributor: Christine Spiroch, PhD, PA-C Many people don’t realize that simple modifications in their diet may help ease painful joints. Arthritis is a problem of chronic inflammation, so choose foods that reduce inflammation before it starts. How do you do this? Remove inflammatory foods while adding others with anti-inflammatory effects. This is a simple, natural … Read More

Budget-Friendly Tips for Heart-Healthy Eating

Heart-healthy eating can be good for your bottom line, as long as you plan ahead, shop smart and keep it simple. Spend a few minutes learning which healthy foods are a good deal and formulating a nutritional game plan. Make your shopping list, and locate the best food stores or vendors before you head out … Read More

What You Can Do If Your Child Is a Picky Eater

Are peas and carrots unwelcome on your preteen’s plate? Does your toddler eat only brown or yellow foods? Picky eating can stem from overly sensitive taste buds or texture aversions, or, more often, it can be behavior based. Either way, picky eating can be extremely frustrating for both parents and children. Avoid the dinner table … Read More

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How New Nutrition Label Will Help You Eat Wisely

A new Nutrition Facts label is coming to a store near you. The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday announced proposed revisions aimed at simplifying the familiar panel, which appears on nearly 700,000 packaged foods and beverages. The FDA updated the label just once since its release 20 years ago. The makeover reflects current scientific … Read More

Recipe: Wheat Berry Salad

You’ll love the nutty sweetness of this light summer side. Packed with fiber and low in sugar and sodium, it goes well with burgers, chicken or a vegetarian entrée. Ingredients 1 cup hard wheat berries 1½ tablespoons red wine vinegar ¼ + ⅛ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon black pepper 1½ tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 3-ounce … Read More

7 Ways to Shop and Cook Low-Sodium

“Cut the salt.” If you’ve heard these words from your doctor, you may be wondering where to start. After all, salt is an ever-present part of the modern diet, especially in pre-packaged food. Never fear. A few simple tips and tricks can help you reduce your sodium intake. Start with the following advice from Julia … Read More

5 Simple Food Swaps That Keep You Trim

When it comes to healthy diet and weight loss, little things add up. Make a smart choice here, a subtle change there, and next thing you know, you’re losing weight — or keeping it off. Good habits start in your pantry and refrigerator. Try these simple substitutions: mustard for ketchup, homemade salad dressing for “fat-free,” … Read More

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