Big picture focus: This year’s update stresses “a healthy eating pattern” over the course of your life as opposed to focusing on individual nutrients or foods.
Let’s just say it feels very good to get back on track when the holidays are over. Why else would I be checking out the detox tea in my daughter’s cabinet on New Year’s Day?
While the scientists couldn’t come to a consensus on potatoes at the recent Oldways conference, they did — finally — provide clarity overall on what we’re supposed to eat as part of a healthful diet.
A growing body of research suggests that saturated fat in dairy, specifically in milk, may not be as harmful to overall health as previously thought, according to an article on the research by The Washington Post.
It had to be a joke, a parody, I thought while reading of a new electronic gadget claiming to entice children to eat vegetables by rewarding them with video games.
A report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed how much school nutrition standards have changed from 2006 to 2014.
While dietary supplements–products intended to add further nutritional value to the diet–may seem like a “natural” solution to health protection, you should make sure you use them safely and appropriately.
With experts cautioning that sugar is a cause of obesity and chronic disease, combined with the trend toward all things “natural,” it’s no surprise that consumers are turning to plant waters as tasty refreshers.
How many people in this country pray for the poor on Sunday and spend the rest of the week complaining that the government is doing something about them?