When you enter a grocery store, you’re suddenly faced with thousands of options.
A sandwich made with grilled eggplant, sweet onions, and green peppers is one of my go-to favorites for healthy food, fast!
U.S. residents logged 1.7 billion trips for leisure purposes in 2016, according to the U.S. Travel Association, and this number will likely grow in 2018.
If you’ve eaten out recently, you’ve probably noticed the menus feature locally sourced ingredients.
It happens: You hit the snooze button once, twice, then three times, so when you’re finally showered, dressed and ready to tackle the day, you’re already behind schedule. Oftentimes that causes you to skip breakfast completely.
Whether competing recreationally, at an amateur level or professionally in front of the world, proper nutrition is a key component of any athlete’s performance.
Yoga mats, kale salads, fitness trackers, standing desks and gym memberships.
Throughout history, misconceptions, misinformation and popular culture have influenced Americans’ eating habits.
Healthy snacking and making good food choices can be difficult any time of the year, but it can be especially tough during the big game.
If you want to lose weight, you’re not alone.