Looking for a quick dish you can whip up in 30 minutes flat to feed the whole family? And only dirty one pan? Fall in love with the frittata.
Omelets are a great choice for a one skillet meal. This meatless dinner option provides 100 percent of your daily vitamin C and is a good source of calcium.
With a few veggies and precooked chicken sausage, you can have this satisfying, savory frittata on the table in under 45 minutes. Serve with diced avocado and fresh berries on the side.
When most people think of their risk for having a heart attack or stroke, factors like cholesterol and blood pressure come to mind. But a new study shows that what’s in your gut can play a role as well.
Egg labeling isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. There are so many different terms, and they’re not well-defined. Discover what each egg label means so you can make informed decisions at the grocery store.
These omelet “muffins” are a snap to make — and they’re easy to serve and easy to love. Using egg whites and low-fat shredded cheese keep this recipe light, and added veggies offer flavor and a nutritional punch.
A recent study finds that women who freeze their eggs at age 34 or younger have the highest chance of success when trying to conceive later in life.
The science of which foods are — and aren’t — good for your heart can seem to be ever changing. Recent studies have been coming so fast that keeping up starts to feel like mission impossible. The good news is that there’s still more agreement among experts about the basics of diet and the heart … Read More
Cholesterol is hot in the news ever since a top nutrition advisory committee stated that people no longer need to be concerned about eating foods high in cholesterol earlier this year. This guideline caused confusion as people wondered: Is checking my cholesterol still important? Do I need to change my diet? Do my numbers matter? … Read More
Is it okay to eat butter now? “It’s not a sin,” says Steven Nissen, MD, chair of Cardiovascular Medicine at Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Nissen and other top cardiologists want you to know that things are changing in our view of diet and heart disease. Indeed, the new federal government-commissioned Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary … Read More