The technical definition of emotional eating is eating in order to escape, numb, change or amplify our feelings. An expert weighs in with tips on how to overcome this.
Travelers typically return from trips heavier than when they left – and those pounds tend to hang around. A dietitian at Cleveland Clinic has some tips on how to eat healthier on vacation so that all you bring back are memories.
Have you fallen off the healthy eating wagon? If so, a dietitian at Cleveland Clinic has some advice to get you back on track.
Studies show that eating healthier could help you avoid an early death due to heart disease, stroke or diabetes. Find out what foods to avoid as well as what to put on your plate from a dietitian at Cleveland Clinic.
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You don’t have to let a cheeseburger at the rest stop or a cinnamon roll at the airport bust your diet when you travel. With a little knowledge and advance planning, you can eat right on the road.
This isn’t your traditional white or whole wheat pasta dish. Why not try a vegetable-based pasta —aka zoodles? They’re healthier and actually taste better alongside turkey sausage and sun-dried tomatoes.
Fiber can lower blood cholesterol, prevent diabetes and help move food through your child’s digestive system — promoting healthy bowel function and protecting against constipation.
If you want quick but healthy and no-fuss recipe packed with nutrients and flavor, go for a Buddha bowl.
Try this fancy and healthier alternative to a comfort food classic.