Special Report: Top 5 Snacking Myths

· · Nutrition
People in the U.S. are snacking more than ever before. According to a 2019 survey, 59 percent of adults worldwide prefer snacking to eating regular meals, and that figure jumps to 70 percent for young people. We have a lot of misconceptions about this increasingly common activity that can have … Read More

Soup it Up!

· · Nutrition
Soups are wonderfully versatile and easy to make, and the combinations of ingredients and flavors are endless. They are a great way to boost your intake of vegetables, legumes, and whole grains, and when you make soups at home you control the sodium level, which tends to be high in … Read More

Navigating Holiday Desserts

· · Nutrition
The winter holidays are the season for sweets. Though this year may be different, many of us will still find a way to continue the tradition of baking, exchanging, and enjoying holiday treats. And while it is important to embrace these pleasures of the season, we all know the aftermath … Read More

Drink Healthy, Organic, All-Natural Juice

· · Nutrition
Your first choice for consuming your daily nutrients should be fresh, wholesome foods, including fruits and vegetables. But you also need to hydrate your body, and organic, all-natural juice can help with fulfilling the 64 fluid ounces (eight 8-ounce glasses) your body needs daily. Traditional juice is made from produce … Read More

Make Smart Cheese Choices

· · Nutrition
Cheese is rich in protein (at 6 to 8 grams per serving) and calcium (at 200 to 450 milligrams per serving), and is part of a healthy, wholesome diet. But in addition to these two all-important nutrients, an ounce of full-fat cheese contains about 7 or 8 grams of saturated … Read More

Explore These Delicious Ancient Grains

· · Nutrition
In the world of grains, everything old is new again. Quinoa, an “ancient grain” first cultivated by the Incas some 3,000 years ago, is trending both for its ease of cooking and nutritional oomph. Other ancient grains are also migrating from health-food stores to supermarkets. “Ancient grains have been in … Read More

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