“Mom, I want a snack!” It’s inevitable. Be prepared with this quick, portable trail mix recipe. Bonus? You’ll love it, too.
It’s mid-afternoon, and the candy jar is calling. How can you boost your energy without busting your diet? Here are seven appealing snack options from our dietitians. Enjoy!
When your stomach starts talking to you midway through the afternoon, do you raid the vending machine? Do you routinely stop off at the fridge before you go to bed? Read these tips from our dietitians about the seven snacks to avoid — if you want to be healthy and trim.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our new series, “The Short Answer.” Sleep disorders expert Harneet Walia, MD, answers this one.
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This trail mix fits easily in a pocket or purse, and can help you avoid spur-of-the-moment fast food or other unhealthy choices. The key is to include a protein source, such as the nuts and seeds found in this trail mix recipe, as well as a fiber source, provided by the nuts, seeds, whole grains … Read More
Eating at the movies can be hazardous to your health. Movie theater sizes exceed recommended servings (by a lot!) and are typically full of sodium, sugar and fat. A large buttered popcorn has 1,200 calories, extra salt, and saturated fat in the butter. A box of Snowcaps has sugar plus saturated fat (in the chocolate). Your best strategy? Snack at home before you … Read More