You try to eat healthy, but the one thing you can’t control is who has been handling your food and whether they are practicing adequate food safety.
Now that we are nearing the holiday season, we still need to stay focused on our year-long goals of eating and staying healthy.
When you enter a grocery store, you’re suddenly faced with thousands of options.
With the onset of fall, new schedules and an invigorating pace, eating nourishing meals is an important way to keep up energy levels.
When it comes to eating certain vegan foods, I’m a real wimp!
A sandwich made with grilled eggplant, sweet onions, and green peppers is one of my go-to favorites for healthy food, fast!
As marathon season approaches, many people are focused on training.
The warmer-weather months are the ideal time to get outdoors, stay active and focus on your health goals.
In the cold of winter, at the start of the year, people all across the country resolve to live a healthier lifestyle — yet summer is actually the perfect time to start your resolution.
Whether you’re a vegan, vegetarian or omnivore, it’s important to eat a diet that includes a symphony of minimally processed plant foods, according to Sharon Palmer, an award-winning registered dietitian nutritionist, plant-based food and nutrition expert, author and blogger.